Dowdye Jr., Edward H
November 10, 2011
black hole, gravitational lensing, galactic core, Gauss law, optical reciprocity
Findings show that the rays of star light are lensed primarily in the plasma rim of the sun and hardly in the vacuum space just slightly above the plasma rim. The thin plasma atmosphere of the sun represents a clear example of an indirect interaction involving an interfering plasma me - dium between the gravitational field of the sun and the rays of light from the stars. Since the lower boundary of this vacuum space is only a short distance just above the solar plasma rim, it is exposed to virtually the same gravitational field.
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