# Mechanics of comet motion

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#### Fermer05

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Mechanics of comet motion.
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A comet is born when a satellite, orbiting a planet during the new moon phase, breaks out of orbit.
Having left the planet's orbit, the satellite moves against the rotation of the Sun, due to which the centrifugal force of the satellite is reduced, and as a result, the satellite rushes towards the Sun.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comet
If the orbital speed of the satellite is greater than the orbital speed of the planet, then the satellite moves around the Sun in the opposite direction.
The eccentricity of a comet's orbit can be expressed using the following formula. E = Vp/Vs.
Jupiter's orbital speed is - 12 km/sec.
Io's orbital speed is - 17 km/sec.
Rotating around the common center of mass of the pair, the planet and satellite are in a state of orbital resonance.
At aphelion, the orbital resonance of the system - the planet and the satellite - increases.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orbital_resonance
Halley's Comet moves around the Sun in a highly elongated orbit.
Perhaps Halley's comet, revolving around a small planet, entered an orbital resonance with the planet and fell out of orbit. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minor_planet
Also, the orbital resonance of planetary satellites is increased by the disturbance of neighboring satellites, orbital inclination and eccentricity. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orbital_resonance
In the new moon phase, when the orbital speed of the planet and the satellite are equal, the centrifugal force acting on the satellite from the Sun is zero.

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#### COLGeek

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#### billslugg

The assertion is that when a moon is at the "new moon" phase, it is standing still, thus falls out of orbit and assumes a orbit around the Sun. The poster has confused two different frames of reference. Yes, it is true, relative to the Sun, that a moon is standing still for a brief time at the moment of the "new moon" phase. However the moon is in motion relative to the body it is orbiting. Two different frames of reference. It will not "fall into the Sun".

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#### Fermer05

Hi all!

Mechanics of comet motion.
Community of Russian scientists. https://vk.com/rosuch

A comet is born when a satellite, orbiting a planet during the new moon phase, breaks out of orbit.
Having left the planet's orbit, the satellite moves against the rotation of the Sun, due to which the centrifugal force of the satellite is reduced, and as a result, the satellite rushes towards the Sun.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comet
If the orbital speed of the satellite is greater than the orbital speed of the planet, then the satellite moves around the Sun in the opposite direction.
In the new moon phase, when the orbital speed of the planet and the satellite are equal, the centrifugal force acting on the satellite from the Sun is zero.
For this reason, the satellites of the planets in the new moon phase approach the Sun.
Perhaps comet Shoemaker-Levy, when rotating around its axis and Jupiter in the new moon phase, approached the Sun, then overturned and scattered into fragments.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Centrifugal_force
The eccentricity of a comet's orbit can be expressed using the following formula. E = Vp/Vs.
Jupiter's orbital speed is 12 km/sec.
The orbital speed of Jupiter's satellite Metis is 31 km/sec.
Metis, synchronously rotating around Jupiter and its own axis at a speed of one revolution per 7 hours, is slowly approaching Jupiter.
And everything that rotates, including satellites, has the properties of a gyroscope, maintaining the vertical position of the axis in space regardless of the rotation of the Earth.
View: https://youtu.be/aj-RClXNloc?si=qOR_20ODcKT-ZmHT

When the axial and orbital speed of the satellite reaches a critical point, the satellite, having the properties of a gyroscope, overturns, due to which the synchronous rotation of the satellite is transformed into asynchronous.
View: https://youtu.be/Lgi9bZ40tHQ?si=yW9VnF3Lj2TqXvAE

During a satellite capsize, a centrifugal force appears, due to which the satellite breaks into fragments, like the Shoemaker-Levy comet.
Next, one part of the satellite fragments leaves orbit and moves around the Sun both clockwise and counterclockwise, another part enters the asteroid belt, and the third crashes into the planet.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comet_Shoemaker–Levy_9
Perhaps the asteroid belt was formed from the torn apart moons of Jupiter. It is possible that the asteroid belt is located between Jupiter and Saturn.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asteroid_belt
Asteroids, rotating around their axis and in orbit, periodically collide with meteorites, due to which the asteroid, having the properties of a gyroscope, first sways due to a violation of the center of mass, and then overturns, leaves orbit and moves towards the Sun.
View: https://youtu.be/1n-HMSCDYtM?si=CWN0ToKqhw8eOFB3

The claim that tidal forces tear apart comets is questionable. Because the tidal force is too weak and depends more on the diameter of the comet than on the distance from the Sun to the comet. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tidal_force
The above can be easily verified by experiment.
The stability of the orbits of planetary satellites is also reduced by unstable orbital resonance and stable resonance between the Sun and the satellite.
Perhaps the gyroscope has other unstudied properties, one of them is the Dzhanibekov effect. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orbital_resonance
Anticyclones also have gyroscope properties, due to which anticyclones are blocked.
http://meteoweb.ru/2018/phen20180730.php

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#### Fermer05

Mechanics of comet motion.
Community of Russian scientists. https://vk.com/rosuch

A comet is born when a satellite, revolving around the planet during the new moon phase, capsizes, breaks into fragments and breaks out of orbit.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comet
Jupiter's satellite Metis, synchronously rotating around its own axis and Jupiter at a speed of 1 revolution per 7 hours, is slowly approaching Jupiter.
And everything that rotates, including a satellite, has the properties of a gyroscope - maintaining the vertical position of the axis in space, regardless of the rotation of the Earth.
View: https://youtu.be/aj-RClXNloc?si=rNV7VlSRlyoutjap

When the axial and orbital speed of the satellite reaches a critical point, the satellite, having the properties of a gyroscope, overturns, due to which the synchronous rotation of the satellite is transformed into asynchronous.
View: https://youtu.be/Lgi9bZ40tHQ?si=pAMMH4SzMOC09Bkc

During a satellite capsize, a centrifugal force appears, due to which the satellite breaks into fragments, like the Shoemaker-Levy comet.
Next, one part of the satellite fragments leaves orbit and moves around the Sun both clockwise and counterclockwise, another part enters the asteroid belt, and the third crashes into the planet. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comet_Shoemaker–Levy_9
The eccentricity of the comet's orbit can be expressed using the following formula: E = Vp/Vs.
Jupiter's orbital speed is 12 km/sec.
The orbital speed of Jupiter's satellite is 30 km/sec.
View: https://youtu.be/1n-HMSCDYtM?si=sV73CGoas0A4QT91

Asteroids, rotating around their axis and in orbit, periodically collide with meteorites, and as a result, the asteroid, having the properties of a gyroscope, first sways due to a violation of the center of mass, and then overturns, leaves orbit and moves towards the Sun.
While the asteroid, rotating around its own axis, makes one revolution, the asteroid, when capsized, also makes one revolution.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asteroid_belt
The stability of the orbits of planetary satellites is also reduced by unstable orbital resonance and stable orbital resonance between the Sun and the satellite.
Perhaps the supermoon is the result of a stable orbital resonance. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orbital_resonance
The claim that tidal forces tear apart comets is questionable.
Because the tidal force is too small and depends more on the diameter of the comet than on the distance from the Sun to the comet. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tidal_force
When a satellite is between the Sun and Jupiter, the gravity of the Sun and Jupiter stretches the satellite.
During the new moon, when the orbital speed of Jupiter and its satellite are equal, the satellite is in a stationary state in space, due to which the centrifugal force acting on the satellite from the Sun and Jupiter is zero.
For this reason, unbridled by centrifugal force, the gravity of the Sun and Jupiter in the new moon phase stretches the satellite revolving around Jupiter.
View: https://youtu.be/ULEwUAGAxtI?si=ZxaReUHiEcKSdVT7

The above can be easily verified by experiment.
Perhaps the gyroscope has other unstudied properties, one of them is the Dzhanibekov effect.
Anticyclones also have gyroscope properties, due to which anticyclones are blocked. http://meteoweb.ru/2018/phen20180730.php

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#### Fermer05

The assertion is that when a moon is at the "new moon" phase, it is standing still, thus falls out of orbit and assumes a orbit around the Sun. The poster has confused two different frames of reference. Yes, it is true, relative to the Sun, that a moon is standing still for a brief time at the moment of the "new moon" phase. However the moon is in motion relative to the body it is orbiting. Two different frames of reference. It will not "fall into the Sun".
When a satellite is between the Sun and Jupiter, the gravity of the Sun and Jupiter stretches the satellite, thereby reducing the strength and centering of the satellite.
During the new moon, when the orbital speed of Jupiter and its satellite are equal, the satellite is in a stationary state in space, due to which the centrifugal force acting on the satellite from the Sun and Jupiter is zero.
For this reason, in the new moon phase, unbridled by centrifugal force, the gravity of the Sun and Jupiter stretches the satellite.
The “Mechanics of Comet Motion” hypothesis can only work within the framework of the “Stationary Model of the Solar System”.
View: https://youtu.be/ULEwUAGAxtI?si=ZxaReUHiEcKSdVT7

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#### Fermer05

Mechanics of comet motion.
Community of Russian scientists. https://vk.com/rosuch

A comet is born when a satellite, revolving around the planet during the new moon phase, capsizes, breaks into fragments and leaves orbit.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comet
Jupiter's satellite Metis, synchronously rotating around its own axis and Jupiter at a speed of 1 revolution per 7 hours, is slowly approaching Jupiter.
And everything that rotates, including a satellite, has the properties of a gyroscope - maintaining the vertical position of the axis in space, regardless of the rotation of the Earth.
View: https://youtu.be/aj-RClXNloc?si=rNV7VlSRlyoutjap

When the axial and orbital speed of the satellite reaches a critical point, the satellite nutates and then rolls over, due to which the synchronous rotation of the satellite is transformed into asynchronous.
View: https://youtu.be/Lgi9bZ40tHQ?si=pAMMH4SzMOC09Bkc

When a satellite capsizes, a centrifugal force appears, due to which the satellite breaks into fragments.
Next, one part of the satellite fragments leaves orbit and moves around the Sun both clockwise and counterclockwise, another part enters the asteroid belt, and the third crashes into the planet. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comet_Shoemaker–Levy_9
The eccentricity of the comet's orbit can be expressed using the following formula: E = Vp/Vk.
Jupiter's orbital speed is 12 km/sec.
The orbital speed of fragments of Jupiter's satellite is about 30 km/sec.
Fragments of the satellite of Jupiter, which move against the rotation of the Sun, at a speed of more than 30 km/sec at aphelion, go beyond the orbit of Neptune.
View: https://youtu.be/1n-HMSCDYtM?si=sV73CGoas0A4QT91

When the satellite is between the Sun and Jupiter, the gravity of the Sun and Jupiter stretches the satellite, due to which the stability, strength and centering of the satellite is disrupted.
The claim that tidal forces tear apart comets is questionable. Because the tidal force is too small and depends more on the diameter of the comet than on the distance from the Sun to the comet. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tidal_force
During the new moon, when the orbital speed of Jupiter and its satellite are equal, the satellite is in a stationary state in space, due to which the centrifugal force acting on the satellite from the Sun and Jupiter is zero.
For this reason, in the new moon phase, unbridled by centrifugal force, the gravity of the Sun and Jupiter stretches the satellite, which is located between the Sun and Jupiter.
View: https://youtu.be/ULEwUAGAxtI?si=ZxaReUHiEcKSdVT7

Asteroids, rotating around an axis and orbit, periodically collide with meteorites and, as a result, the asteroid, having the properties of a gyroscope, first sways due to a violation of the center of mass and then overturns, leaves orbit and moves towards the Sun.
While the asteroid, rotating around its axis and orbit, makes one revolution, the asteroid, capsizing, also makes one revolution.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asteroid_belt
The stability of the orbits of planetary satellites is also reduced by unstable orbital resonance and stable orbital resonance between the Sun and the satellite.
Perhaps the supermoon is the result of a stable orbital resonance. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orbital_resonance
The above can be easily verified by experiment.
Perhaps the gyroscope has other unstudied properties, one of them is the Dzhanibekov effect.
It is possible that Shoemaker-Levy 9 was not a comet but a satellite of Jupiter.
The “Mechanics of Comet Motion” hypothesis can only work within the framework of the “Stationary Model of the Solar System”.
Anticyclones also have gyroscope properties, due to which anticyclones are blocked. http://meteoweb.ru/2018/phen20180730.php

Astronomical forum "AstroTalk". https://astrotalk.ru/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=10510
Perhaps Shoemaker-Levy 9 was not a comet but a satellite of Jupiter, which overturned during the new moon phase and scattered into fragments. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comet_Shoemaker–Levy_9

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