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Strange Force?

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Strange Force? was created by ctr

Anyone heard of this?

observer.guardian.co.uk/international/st...6903,1302604,00.html
Intresting

Conor

ps how long would a follow-up probe take....30 years?

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Replied by albertw on topic Re: Strange Force?

I wonder if something similar was seen with the Voyagers.
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Replied by Son Goku on topic Re: Strange Force?

I always wonder why they try to explain unusual effects on probes with revolutionary physics.
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Replied by Seanie_Morris on topic Re: Strange Force?

Its like Pioneer has come across a very distant La Grangian point, like the one where SOHO is place between Earth and the Sun, and the forces of each others gravity is effectively neutral, allowing SOHO to remain in a stable stationary orbit in between.

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Replied by owen on topic Pioneer anomaly

physicsweb.org/articles/world/17/9/3/

Interesting article at the above site. Don't think anyone really expets the effect to be anything other than some sort of unexpected built-in glitch (only got to look at all the Microsoft products to see that sort of thing). However, until it has been explained, it will remain 'unexplained' . . .

You never know, we might have all got it wrong all this time. Gravity might only work as we know it near the inner solar system! :wink:
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Replied by stepryan on topic Re: Pioneer anomaly

physicsweb.org/articles/world/17/9/3/

Interesting article at the above site. Don't think anyone really expets the effect to be anything other than some sort of unexpected built-in glitch (only got to look at all the Microsoft products to see that sort of thing). However, until it has been explained, it will remain 'unexplained' . . .

You never know, we might have all got it wrong all this time. Gravity might only work as we know it near the inner solar system! :wink:


spot the unbeliever ;) .
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