|Re: Solar Winds: Limitations and questions|
|Posted By: Enkidu||Date: 7/18/04 3:54 a.m.|
In Response To: Solar Winds: Limitations and questions (Ernie)
: Everyone knows the kind : They protected Earth's location from the Pfhor.
: - Where to they originate from ? The star inside the system of question, or
In current use, "solar wind" is helium (and some other) ions thrown off by our Sun as a byproduct of solar fusion. As such they radiate out from the Sun... I think there's a bias in the distribution, that most of it goes out the ecliptic, but am not sure. (It's been more than a decade since Astronomy.)
In Marathon usage, I'm not sure; real-life solar winds don't do a terribly good job of masking EM signatures because they're just too thin.
: Thanks everyone. Also: A planet must have at least an Earth-range orbit to
Not quite; it's a very complex problem. I've found an online resource here: http://www.world-builders.org/ I haven't checked it too deeply, but it is a resource for a course at CSU so I imagine it can't be too far off.
-- Steve used to keep an eye out for that kind of stuff, and may start doing so again.
|Solar Winds: Limitations and questions||Ernie||7/17/04 7:31 p.m.|
|Re: Solar Winds: Limitations and questions||Cheerful||7/17/04 8:24 p.m.|
|Re: Solar Winds: Limitations and questions||Forrest of B.org||7/17/04 10:43 p.m.|
|Re: Solar Winds: Limitations and questions||Enkidu||7/18/04 3:54 a.m.|
|Re: Solar Winds: Limitations and questions||Ernie||7/18/04 3:43 p.m.|
|Re: Solar Winds: Limitations and questions||VikingBoyBilly||5/6/21 11:03 a.m.|
|Re: Solar Winds: Limitations and questions||maloina||5/6/21 10:37 a.m.|
|nobody click those*looks shady *NM*||ukimalefu||5/6/21 10:53 p.m.|
|Re: nobody click those*looks shady||VikingBoyBilly||5/7/21 4:35 a.m.|
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