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Post by enagfis Sun May 26, 2024 1:55 pm

The model adequately emulates and explains all of these observations:

Sunrise,
Sunset,
Moonrise,
Moonset,
Moon Phases,
Moon's apparent rotation,
Sun's position on Equinox,
Seasons,
some aspects of Solar and Lunar Eclipses,
Star trails,
24 hours Day/Night at the North-pole and Antarctica,
Celestial Poles,
Why people south of the equator can see the same Stars rotate clockwise around a singe celestial pole at the same time at different continents [Southern Cross Observations]
https://adl.place/shanes-fe-model

The reason it is called "Shane's Model" is strictly so YOU can use it, and I can take all the criticism, insults, ridicule, jokes, attacks, etc.
The general idea is that the community gets the considerable benefit of presenting an accurate model and using it to explain several normal phenomena at once. Then, only I get the drawbacks of all that will surely come from it, and everyone else will benefit.

I planned it this way, because I largely don't care about what any of the globers piling the hate over here so we can press forward.

Or.. you know, f*ck me for saying the word model, and for bendy light or for whatever. If that's the case, no hard feelings.

One last thing, the smaller dome in the model simply represents the limit of an observers view, a spherical limit with a radius of 3959. The math that supports that is here... https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/Optics+Angular+Resolution+or+Earth+Curve
and here. https://publish.obsidian.md/shanesql/69+Miles+Per+Degree
The descriptions are entirely reworked, mostly spelling error free, and entirely plausible. So feel free to bring it up in debates, forums, streams, podcasts, or whatever you like.


Shane's wicked smart!

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Post by enagfis Wed May 29, 2024 5:39 pm

This is short and sweet for anyone having trouble with understanding your local celestial sphere, which really amounts to the limit of your vision, a personal azimuthal grid if you will.



The local celestial sphere is a conceptual model used in astronomy to describe the sky as seen from a specific location on the Earth's surface. It is a sphere of an arbitrary large radius, centered on the observer, onto which all celestial objects (stars, planets, the Moon, and the Sun) are projected. This model helps in understanding the apparent motions of celestial objects as observed from Earth.

Key Concepts

Celestial Equator: An imaginary line on the celestial sphere, directly above the Earth's equator.
Divides the celestial sphere into the northern and southern celestial hemispheres.
Celestial Poles: The points on the celestial sphere where the Earth's rotational axis, if extended infinitely, intersects the sphere.
North Celestial Pole (near Polaris) and South Celestial Pole.
Zenith: The point directly overhead an observer on the celestial sphere.
Unique to each observer's location.
Nadir: The point directly opposite the zenith, beneath the observer.
Horizon: The boundary line dividing the visible sky from the part of the sky obscured by the Earth.
At a specific location, it's a great circle 90 degrees from the zenith.
Altitude and Azimuth: Altitude: The angle between an object in the sky and the observer's local horizon.
Azimuth: The angle between the north direction and the projection of the object on the horizon, measured clockwise from the north.
Ecliptic: The apparent path of the Sun on the celestial sphere over the course of a year.
Tilted relative to the celestial equator by approximately 23.5 degrees due to the tilt of the Earth's axis.

Uses of the Local Celestial Sphere
Celestial Navigation: Measuring the angles between celestial objects and the horizon to determine latitude and longitude.
Explains the apparent daily motion of stars (diurnal motion) due to the Earth's rotation.
Helps in understanding the annual movement of the Sun along the ecliptic.

How the Local Celestial Sphere is Visualized
Imagine standing on a flat, open plain with a clear view of the sky. The celestial sphere would appear as a vast, dome-like structure overhead. Here's how you can visualize it:
Celestial Equator: As you stand on the equator, the celestial equator passes directly overhead. If you move towards the poles, the celestial equator tilts towards the horizon.
Celestial Poles:  As you move northward, the North Celestial Pole rises higher in the sky. At the North Pole, the North Celestial Pole is directly overhead, and the celestial equator is at the horizon.
Stars: Stars are projected onto this sphere. As the Earth rotates, they appear to move along circular paths parallel to the celestial equator.

Easy concept, but it functions on a plane earth the same way it does on an imagined globe. In fact, this is what the globe is created from, to ensure the measurements are valid and would not be noticeable....

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