Giving Mars a Magnetosphere

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Giving Mars a Magnetosphere

Post by user737 » Tue May 07, 2019 8:28 am

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I’ve read a lot of articles about the potential of supplying Mars with an artificial magnetic field. By placing a satellite equipped with technology to produce a powerful magnetic field at Mars L1 (a far orbit around Mars where gravity from the Sun balances gravity from Mars, so that the satellite always remains between Mars and the Sun), we could encompass Mars in the resulting magnetic sheath.
Been there, done that.

Link to The Anunnaki Strike Back: Part 5 of the Anthropology series from – -DANIEL PAPERS ARCHIVE, The Terrestrial Worlds of the Gods (pp. 29-31)

Here we speak of "enhancing" Mars aleady-present magnetosphere with a much strong field by placing a SATELLITE at the L1 Lagrange point. Hey! Isn't our Moon (a satellite) also at Earth's L1 point? I do believe what may be shown from NASA below is in error and the calculations done to determine these points are incorrect. Case and point: deep space observation satellites placed at the supposed Lagrange points as currently defined do not maintain their position in space relative the Earth without active corrections using bi-prop systems. Yet the Moon has not come crashing down!


From those clowns at NASA:
Lagrange Points are positions in space where the gravitational forces of a two body system like the Sun and the Earth produce enhanced regions of attraction and repulsion.
"Enhanced" is code for balanced. These would be locations* in space about a celestial body wherein the PUSH ("repulsion") and PULL ("attraction") of progression and gravitation vectorally nullify creating stable orbit. I don't get it... we understand this principle when applied to the Earth-Moon system but is not similiarly applied in practice to the remaining of the Solar System? Are the people at NASA really this dense? If you can't dazzle them with your brilliance, misdirect!

See also here for more on Orbits.

* Note: seems these would not be statically defined points or regions but would rather move based on the size and composition of what is being placed in stable orbit. For instance, the Lagrange "point" for the Moon would not be the same Lagrange "point" as for a man-made satellite. We're balancing speed. So any intrinsic change in speed (size) would provide for a different solution.
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