Comet Snowstorm (snowstorm, 550px)

SS: here is more NASA data from the comet hartley flyby .. i am still thinking about this data right now . it takes me some time to think about it . i do not doubt that the comets are h20 because h20 has the bonding angle of a tetrahedron which only two things have this bonding angle and that is water and diamonds and both of these are forms ether .

SS: the astral light is dual nature so i think what we have is the sun interacting with the etheric causing the scalar phenomena .. the astral light must have it source and it must have it’s reflection .. this is why the astral light is represented by the moon and star .. it is one goal of the secret order to rebuild atlantis which if you understand the etheric physics you realize we are submerged in the etheric because if this were not the case then we would not have polarization of light ruled by polestar polaris . like one of our greatest physcist minds Lisa Randall has told us in her warped passage book that our world is actually a 3D sinkhole .

SS: i am still thinking on this because we have x-rays and “scalar activity” associated with these comets which is the astral light . i do know that these objects are left over from the sun’s protostar stage and that there is water involved in that process .

Comet Snowstorm Engulfs Hartley 2 The ‘snowstorm’ occupies a roughly-spherical volume centered on Hartley 2’s spinning nucleus. The dumbbell-shaped nucleus, measuring only 2 km from end to end, is tiny compared to the surrounding swarm. “The ice cloud is a few tens of kilometers wide–and possibly much larger than that,” says A’Hearn. “We still don’t know for sure how big it is.”

Data collected by Deep Impact’s onboard infrared spectrometer show without a doubt that the particles are made of frozen H2O, i.e., ice. Chunks consist of micron-sized ice grains loosely stuck together in clumps a few centimeters to a few tens of centimeters wide.

The process begins with dry ice in the comet’s crust. Dry ice is solid CO2, one of Hartley 2’s more abundant substances. When heat from the sun reaches a pocket of dry ice—poof!—it instantly transforms from solid to vapor, forming a jet wherever local topography happens to collimate the outrushing gas. Apparently, these CO2 jets are carrying chunks of snowy water ice along for the ride.

Because the snow is driven by jets, “it’s snowing up, not down,” notes science team member Peter Schultz of Brown University. Stay tuned for updates from Comet Hartley 2.

Cold as Ice: X-rays from Comets Submitted by chandra on Thu, 11/04/2010 X-rays are usually associated with some of the hottest objects in the Universe and exotic matter — black holes, neutron stars and the like. It is one of the wonders of the universe that, pound for pound, a dirty snowball may outshine them all!

As I have described before, the solar wind is made up of highly ionized particles – mostly hydrogen, but also helium, carbon, oxygen and even neon. When such highly charged particles come close to neutral molecules, such as water molecules surrounding a comet, a peculiar reaction occurs. The highly ionized particle literally steals an electron from the neutral molecule.

This charge transfer, or “charge exchange,” leaves the ion in a slightly less charged state, but with an electron that is barely attached. Like a wide receiver adjusting his grip on a football after a one-handed grab, the ion tightens its grip on the recently acquired electron. In scientific terms, the electron then relaxes to a “lower energy state.” This process gives rise to a photon that is usually either a high-energy ultraviolet photon or a low-energy X-ray.

Comet Snowstorm (jetmodel, 550px)