Scanning of the Sun and Other Celestial Bodies with Help of Gravitation Spectroscopy


The resonance interaction of weak gravitation radiation (WGR) from agarose hydrogel with the gravitation radiation (GR) caused by celestial bodies (Sun, Jupiter, Uranus, Mercury and Moon) has been investigated by the Zubow gravitation mass spectroscopy (ZGMS). The absorption of WGR by the Sun was found to change at the moment when the Sun appears in the slide plane of gravitation proton resonance (SPGPR, plane going through the Earth rotating axis and the sample place on the Earth surface). There were analyzed the signals of the gravitation Sun (GS), Mercury and Moon. GS contains signals of the corona, nucleus and sub-nucleus. Here the nature of the last one is near to the matter of “naked” protons in hydrogen bonds (HB) of the sensor with which it interacts. The proton model as analogous to the black hole has been proved ex-perimentally. The sub-nucleus was concluded to be of quarks’ nature but the nucleus of neutrons’ one. The GR velocity in the sun system has been determined experimentally additionally, the influence of gas giants (GG) on it. At the moment of Sun and GG opposition the GR velocity was 2 - 8 times higher than that one of the light. GG reduced the GR velocity in the direction of the Sun. The role of the Earth as a gravitation mir-ror has been supported. Six gravitation resonator signals from Moon gravitation shots (gravitation laser) were analyzed. The GR of planets was observed to influence the energy of water cluster ensembles.

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K. Zubow, A. Zubow and V. Zubow, "Scanning of the Sun and Other Celestial Bodies with Help of Gravitation Spectroscopy," Optics and Photonics Journal, Vol. 1 No. 2, 2011, pp. 15-23. doi: 10.4236/opj.2011.12004.

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