NASA has launched the public 4D model of Earth’s ionosphere. No need to leave your home, anyone can fly through the air ionic classes around the globe reviews. All requests just connect your computer to the Internet Visiting the 4D ionosphere.
“Understanding the ionosphere is important. That is why the program “Living with a Star” (LWS) NASA’s funding for this work “, Guhathakurta, interesting science facts a program scientist said LWS. Space Environment Technologies, California, Space Environment, Utah and the US Air Force development program.
Lika Guhathakurta, a physicist specializing in the solar system at NASA headquarters in Washington Visiting the 4D ionosphere. “The ionosphere is very important to pilots, who used amateur radio, a researcher at the Earth and even the soldiers. Using this new 4D tool, they can observe and study the ionosphere can mail they really are inside it “.
“The color indicates the status of the electrons,” said W. Kent Tobiska, president of Space Environment Technologies, explains. “Bright red denotes electrong density dense, then where radio communication is restricted a bit or signal loss completely. Blue has a lower density means that, no matter what happens here at all. “
Using the Google Earth interface, users can fly above, around or through these areas of the ionosphere and observations with realistic 3D images. “The fourth dimension is time. It’s real-time computing, 10 minutes is updated once, “he said.
The name of the system is CAPS, short for Communication Alert and Prediction System. The satellites move in orbit around the Earth providing information system update every minute of the operation of the sun, some amazing facts and then be converted to the density of electrons in the computer. It is worth noting that not only shows CAPS ionosphere in its current state, but also tells us that it will look like in the near future Visiting the 4D ionosphere.
The ionosphere is considered the final frontier of our planet. That last layer of atmospheric gases, where the astronauts before finally leaving in the universe. The scope of the ionosphere stretches from 50 to 500 miles (about 80 km to 800 km) above the earth’s surface, where almost vacuum thin air and direct contact with the power of the sun. Ultraviolet radiation of the sun apart molecules and atoms to form a layer of fog covered the earth bring electrong and ions.