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WOW SETI Long Distance Communication Signal IDEAS for NASA OPALS LASER Experiments

December 22, 2014
RHESSI_Auto2 single stage stirling cryocooler detector array image NASA Compressor Body balancer heat reject coldfinger thermal

RHESSI_Auto2 single stage stirling cryocooler detector array image NASA Compressor Body balancer heat reject coldfinger thermal

RHESSI_Auto2 single stage stirling cryocooler detector array image NASA Compressor Body balancer heat reject coldfinger thermal

WOW SETI Long Distance Communication Signal IDEAS for NASA OPALS LASER Experiments

RHESSI ground data system image NASA long distance communication lasers command loads spacecraft WOW SETI formula's

RHESSI ground data system image NASA long distance communication lasers command loads spacecraft WOW SETI formula’s

RHESSI ground data system image NASA long distance communication lasers command loads spacecraft WOW SETI formula’s

research_BEClines using REd detuned dipole Beam RF shift acousto optical modulator AOM Trapped Atoms adds critical velocity long distance communication signals

research_BEClines using REd detuned dipole Beam RF shift acousto optical modulator AOM Trapped Atoms adds critical velocity long distance communication signals

research_BEClines using REd detuned dipole Beam RF shift acousto optical modulator AOM Trapped Atoms adds critical velocity long distance communication signals

the idea girl says

the WOW SETi data combines experiments, tests and scientific data from scientists from around the Worlds.

So this is what I’ve found so far.

source of photos for RHESSI and data I’m looking at

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RHESSI is operated in store-and-dump mode. The spacecraft transmitter is turned on and off by time sequence commands stored on-board. These commands and many others related to configuring instruments for various phases of the orbit are part of an ATS (Absolute Time Sequence) load generated with the MPS (Mission Planning System). Command loads are uploaded to the spacecraft every two days and cover 4–5 days in advance.

The spacecraft command and control system for RHESSI is the ITOS (Integrated Test and Operations System).

All RHESSI space and ground systems are tied into the SERS (Spacecraft Emergency Response System)

. Other tools in the SatTrack Suite are employed to distribute real-time event messages to various ground data system elements such as ITOS and the BGS in an autonomous client/server network environment. SatTrack also provides a multitude of related automation functions as well as 2-D and 3-D real-time orbit displays.

https://directory.eoportal.org/web/eoportal/satellite-missions/r/rhessi

SCANNING BEAM TRap data for BEC found here

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To date, there have been a number of observations of the critical velocity in a BEC. Raman et al [2] used a blue detuned laser beam, which they scanned through the condensate, with the blue laser beam analogous to a microscopic obstacle dragged through the superfluid. They measured a critical velocity of 1.6 mm/s, a factor of 4 lower than that expected by the critical velocity being equal to the speed of sound in the condensate.

The method we employ consists of scanning a red detuned dipole beam in 1D using the RF shift on a acousto optical modulator (AOM), with additional confinement of the cloud using a light sheet. If the scanning dipole beam is scanned at a rate faster than the trapping frequencies of the atoms, then the atoms experience the time average of the light potential, a so called “time averaged potential” [3]. By careful feedback to the intensity of the scanning beam, we can create a uniform potential. This is then used to study the superfluid properties of the trapped BEC.

In order to measure the critical velocity, we will reduce the intensity at a particular point in the scan, generating a barrier, and drag this barrier through the BEC at varying speed, measuring the resulting BEC fraction and temperature for evidence of frictional excitation. The advantages of this method include a very homogeneous potential, which in turn leads to a uniform speed of sound in the experiment and a constant speed of the obstacle that is dragged through the condensate.

Figure 4. Image and cross section of atoms in a line potential. The flat region in the cross section is about 80μm in width, with ~ 3% fluctuation in density.

http://physics.uq.edu.au/BEC/research.html#experimental

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