WOW! SIGNAL SETI Message UFO Engine Design can reach Pluto in Minutes not 9 – 12 Years (2015)
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the idea girl says
AS of Diagram 213 which I blogged on December 2, 2015, the UFO Engine shows in Diagram 218 that with it’s design and quantum particle accelerator proton neutrino laser beam super lattice crystalline engine, we can reach Pluto from Earth in Minutes…
How’s that for “thinking outside of the box?”
So I’m wondering just how long it takes Earthlings to get to the Planet Pluto as of 2015.
So I google it and up comes this data about the new Horizons.
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the idea girl says
cannot find the picture on this blog!
according to WIKIpedia it launched January 19, 2006 and it’s going to reach Pluto July 14, 2015. It took some cool photos and scientists found out that Pluto was a lot different then previously imagined.
It’s fun to explore our galaxy and it’s even more surprising at the things we find when we do!
check out NASA’s photo gallery for Pluto as of July 30, 2015
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New Horizons launched on January 19, 2006, and it’ll reach Pluto on July 14, 2015. Do a little math and you’ll find that it has taken 9 years, 5 months and 25 days. The Voyager spacecraft did the distance between Earth and Pluto in about 12.5 years, although, neither spacecraft actually flew past Pluto. And the Pioneer spacecraft completed the journey in about 11 years.
Could you get to Pluto faster? Absolutely. With a more powerful rocket, and a lighter spacecraft payload, you could definitely shave down the flight time. But there are a couple of problems. Rockets are expensive, coincidentally bigger rockets are super expensive. The other problem is that getting to Pluto faster means that it’s harder to do any kind of science once you reach the dwarf planet.
New Horizons made the fastest journey to Pluto, but it’s also going to fly past the planet at 50,000 km/h. That’s less time to take high resolution images. And if you wanted to actually go into orbit around Pluto, you’d need more rockets to lose all that velocity. So how long does it take to get to Pluto? Roughly 9-12 years.