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Hubble and TRACE are blind, can't see Venus

Post 1


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Hubble, TRACE and ISS still can't see Venus because ?????

In addition to Hubble's capability of easily imaging upon Venus, like upon 4.25% or even lesser of it's diameter and thereby excluding solar impact, there's TRACE with it's superior optics and magnification to that of SOHO.

SOHO can easily view the dark side of Venus but, TRACE can greatly magnify upon that image and maintain nearly a 24/7 coverage.

Both instruments have been available and are working just fine. In fact, soon it will become difficult as for Hubble to exclude Venus because, it will be so damn near and/or within the imaging frame of the sun, as well as merely 0.26AU from SOHO. That's going to be a fairly big black dot and, obviously of anything illuminating from that big black dot will be detected, far better detected by TRACE or from Hubble as well as from ISS.

The only reason why we're not seeing anything Venus, this is because NASA wants no public attention upon the subject of Venus. I wonder why that is?

Venus is by far our closest planet, we currently have the most information database upon Venus and, perhaps it's too close as for considering what my research has to offer. Venus is simply loaded with viable content, as being more likely artificial then not. Venus offers loads of natural energy resources and the CO2-->CO/O2 is not anything beyond reach of existing technology, in fact it's been a done deal (in practical applications) on Earth for well over a decade.

Regards, Brad Guth / IEIS http://guthvenus.tripod.com/positive.htm

Hubble and TRACE are blind, can't see Venus

Post 2

Gnomon - time to move on

The reason Hubble doesn't look at Venus is that it is an optical wavelength telescope. At these wavelengths, all there is to be seen on Venus is a plain white sphere. Hubble is expensive to operate and fully booked all the time, so there is no point in looking at a feature-less white ball with it. A ping-pong ball can be bought in a sports shop for a few cents which will provide the same image. smiley - biggrin

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