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Offline Heikki Rinnemaa

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What we can observe from space?
« on: 03/03/2011 17:05:54 »
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I made image,,what i think.

Because space-object sends something hmm,,information,,,that we can observe it (see or measure something ) and this information has m/s-speed and speed change (m/s)/m, and this speed first accelerate then through travelling-distance it decreace and finally speed is 0m/s,,, (of cource that point is amplitude,,or power,,also 0), then this information has some travell-distance what it can goes.

So when object is far-away,,,we cannot never observe it.





 


 

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