Jupiter

Aerospace, Astrodynamics & Astronomic Desktop Wallpapers are now online in High Resolution

Submitted by media on Mon, 03/18/2019 - 15:52

These high resolution desktop wallpapers are perfect for any engineering workstation or aerospace professional. Included are distance, velocity, acceleration, and gravity simulation reference charts for the new era of space travel. Released November 29, 2016. Jarvis Labs is accelerating the space race. Available in Ultra4K and HD video resolution.

 

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Unlocking Jupiter, gravity, and more discussion on mass momentum, continued analysis - Jupiter

Submitted by media on Thu, 06/23/2016 - 15:02

Unlocking Jupiter, the Purpose of Gravity, and more discussion on Gravity Mass Momentum, continued analysis of Jupiter, the Great Red Spot, and its Moons

Published June 23, 2016, Authored by Jason Jarvis

Regarding Gravity, Mass Momentum, a re-evaluation of space-time, Jupiter, and the Origin of Earth as a Body N, explanation of gravity

Submitted by media on Wed, 01/13/2016 - 03:38

Physics Brief - Authored by Jason Jarvis, released on January 13, 2016

In order to test the currently known and generally accepted interpretations of gravity one must run across Isaac Newton’s work as well as many others before and after his time.  Then one will find the Theories of Relativity by Albert Einstein intertwined with current quantum mechanics and string theories.  The advantage to writing thoughts on the subject for me may simply be my time (the year 2016) and the tools available to me as a result of engineering and application progr

Jupiter's Great Red Spot, an astrophysical explanation

Submitted by media on Fri, 03/21/2014 - 16:04

Published July 13, 2017, from the notebooks of Jason Jarvis.

Our discussion of gravity and mass momentum of Jupiter has included Jupiter's composition, gravity, its rocky and icy moons, and the introduction of Body N.  This astrophysical brief focuses on Jupiter's great red spot.  How can this storm be visible and apparent for so long in Jupiter's upper atmosphere?

Back of the Hand Momentum/Velocity Calculations in Support of Jarvis Earth & Moon Origination and Planetary Formation Theory

Submitted by media on Fri, 03/21/2014 - 14:02

In previous physics briefs by Jason Jarvis, found at https://JarvisLabs.com/Jupiter, Jarvis illustrates and explains the origin of rocky or icy terrestrial planets from within the gas giants.  Jarvis hypothesizes that the Earth and Moon orbiting pair originated in the Jupiter system and are very close astronomical neighbors of Jupiter's Galileon moons.  This physics brief titled "Back of the Hand Momentum/Velocity Calculations in Support of Jarvis Earth & Moon Origination Theory" was realized when performing and contemplating thought experime