Abdullah M. A. A. Alazemi, Ali R. M. A. R. Alharbi, Naser A. N. M. F. Mobarak


Presentation: 10:45 a.m.-12:00 p.m., Kennedy Union Ballroom

This project reflects research conducted as part of a course project designed to give students experience in the research process.

Course: PHY 470



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The paper talks about the chance of finding four shuttle in four out of the five Lagrange points of the Sun-Earth framework and trading electromagnetic heartbeats among them. Remembering stations for Earth, different shut ways for the beats are conceivable. Season of flight estimations would be performed. The hour of flight contrast among right-and left-handed circuits is relative to the precise force of the Sun and the identification of the impact would arrive at exactness’s better than 1% relying upon the precision of the clock. The four focuses could likewise be utilized as "fake pulsars" for a relativistic situating framework at the size of the planetary group. Extra intriguing conceivable outcomes incorporate recognition of a cosmic gyromagnetic field, recovering data about the inside of the Sun and refining the assessment of the impact of the quadrupole snapshot of the Earth and of the Sun on the gravitational time delay.

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Ivan Sudakow

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Stander Symposium project, College of Arts and Sciences

The Lagrange Point