5.2.27 Aether

0 Contents 5 Contrary 5.2 Level

 Communication  5.2.29

5.2.28 The Cosmos

Analysis - Synthesis

Contents

Introduction

   5.2.28.0 Space
   5.2.28.1 Matter
   5.2.28.2 Motion
   5.2.28.3 Time
   5.2.28.4 Properties
   5.2.28.5 Collisions
   5.2.28.6 Objects
   5.2.28.7 Vortex
   5.2.28.8 Rings
   5.2.28.9 Gravity

Cosmos Discovered Part II

  5.2.24.01 Discovered The Cosmos
  5.2.24.02 Location Universe!
   1 The Radius Of The Earth
   2 First Mass Of The Earth
   3 Radius Of The Moon's Orbit
   4 The Radius Of Moon
   5 Mass Of The Moon
   6 Second Mass Of The Earth
   7 The Distance To A Comet

 

Cosmos Discovered Part III

   0 How Did We Discover
   1 Radius Of The Sun's Orbit
   2 The Mass Of The Sun
   3 The Radius Of The Sun
   4 The Orbits Of The Planets
   5 The Distance To Near Stars
   6 Near Stars Absolute Luminosity
   7 Near Pulsars Absolute Luminosity
   8 Stars and Near Galaxies
   9 Far Galaxies (by Red Shift)

 

To Understand The Aether

We Need To Understand The Cosmos!

Why? What? When? Where? How?

(1,2)

I Want To Understand
28 The Cosmos Exists!

To Understand The Cosmos

We Need Communication Skills.

Why? What? When? Where? How?

I Want To Understand

Diagram  28 The Cosmos Exists!

 

Introduction

Created 2006 11 Stavropol, Russia Last Revised 2011

What do we have to start with?
Observing!
That is our foundation to reason on!

Cosmic Journeys : How Large is the Universe? 2012

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