The Hypersensitive Solar System
|Title||The Hypersensitive Solar System|
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|Author(s)||Z Dahlen Parker|
|Keywords||The Hypersensitive Solar System|
|No. of pages||15|
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On numerous occasions during an eight year period of observation of the celestial neighborhood of the earth, from 1998 to 2006, while its neighbors (Mars, Venus and the moon) passed in proximity during their orbits they also came into close alignment at varying angles to the outbound solar flow and the heliospheric current system. At the time of these passages severe terrestrial weather events occurred. These observations exposed a puzzle that may point to potential influence to terrestrial weather from orbital relationships. This possibility deserves close evaluation and thoughtful consideration from the space-plasma perspective.