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hosseinrz
2006-Jul-15, 08:14 PM
I read an article about moving earth to higher orbits from the sun and shoot it out of the solar system to avoid sun's red giant effects on earth.
This can be done by using asteroids gravity effect.
Can this method also used to move earth a little upper ?
In this case we may experience a cooler temp...


Thanks

Ronald Brak
2006-Jul-16, 01:41 AM
Yes it could be used to move the earth a little further out. But I don't think it's something we should do now. It might be a bit like moving your house futher from the equator to cool it down instead of turning on the air conditioner.

WaxRubiks
2006-Jul-16, 01:54 AM
I don't think that we could do it at the moment.

Dragon Star
2006-Jul-16, 02:48 AM
No, not yet, but we aren't far off. :D

WaxRubiks
2006-Jul-16, 03:45 AM
No, not yet, but we aren't far off. :D


and we do it like this.

http://img91.imageshack.us/img91/6305/earthrocketwm7.jpg (http://imageshack.us)

Ronald Brak
2006-Jul-16, 04:13 AM
Well if you want to get technical we've altready done it to Jupiter and other planets. Voyager and friends have done slingshots around planets which would have moved the planet some microscopic distance away from the sun.

WaxRubiks
2006-Jul-16, 04:33 AM
microscopic? more like the size of a proton, although I don't know the figures.

Ronald Brak
2006-Jul-16, 04:55 AM
Maybe a proton looking though a microscope could see it.

Dragon Star
2006-Jul-16, 05:11 AM
and we do it like this.

http://img91.imageshack.us/img91/6305/earthrocketwm7.jpg (http://imageshack.us)

http://www.illuminati-r-us.com/Forums/images/smiles/glp-1rof1.gif

Wait, I think one of those straps are over Ohio!:D

tony873004
2006-Jul-16, 05:14 AM
Well if you want to get technical we've altready done it to Jupiter and other planets. Voyager and friends have done slingshots around planets which would have moved the planet some microscopic distance away from the sun.
Actually it moves the planets in. Conservation of angular momentum. If the spacecraft got boosted out, the planet must have been boosted in by a ratio equal to to the planet:spacraft mass ratio. This would be a distance so small it could be best described by...


...a proton looking though a microscope...

btw...
I like FrogMarch's idea. I wonder why I've never seen this suggested in an astrophysics journal? But Ohio is a little south of the strap. I think one of the straps is centered.... directly... on.... San Francisco

Ronald Brak
2006-Jul-16, 05:30 AM
Actually it moves the planets in. Conservation of angular momentum.
Darn! In! Out! It's not that big a difference!

Let's see, so far I can't tell left from right, east from west and in from out. Let's see what else I can add to the list.

astromark
2006-Jul-16, 10:08 AM
No Ronald. Do not be worried about being wrong. I am an expert at this. With practice I have become more so. or is that less so than. . .Oh, whatever!

and please note; I did no good for that poor fellow that suggested that the Earth was not the center of the solar system. So., see., being wrong could be a good thing.