Ritz ballistic theory, sunspots, search for exoplanets, Doppler effect, spectral lines, spectrograph, condenser of light, Ritz effect, Hubble law, Belopolsky
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A new method for recording planets and searching for minor planets (asteroids), AISs, and satellites passing along the solar disk—an advanced method of Doppler tomography—has been developed. This method, due to its high sensitivity, will also allow one to detect exoplanets and specify elements of planetary orbits and the parameters of their stars. It can be used to determine the shape of stars and the distribution of surface brightness, as well as analyze the rotation of the star surface and its active regions (spots, flares, etc.).
Finally, it will allow one to establish the shape of planets, AISs, and satellites passing along the star disk. It is based on analysis by high-resolution spectral devices of variations in the profiles of the emission and absorption lines of stars, broadened due to the rotation of stars or flows of emitting gases. For the use of high-resolution spectroscopies, new types of telescopes–spectrographs of record luminosity and a scheme of a mirror
collimator–condenser are proposed. Possible manifestations of the Ritz effect in these measurements are considered.