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Old 2nd December 2019, 01:45 PM   #974
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Originally Posted by jonesdave116 View Post
I'm psychic! I told you that you'd be too dense to understand it! Errr, yes, we are talking about neutral molecules! That is what MIRO detects. Figs. 2 & 6 are depictions of the distribution of the detections of the H216O line*, at 556.936 GHz. That is neutral water vapour.

Nope. Neutrals. And if the dust is negatively charged, it should be flowing from the nightside to the dayside, as the nightside is expected to charge up to relatively high negative values when the solar wind has access to the nucleus.

So, Sol - another complete **** up in terms of your inability to understand a very straightforward paper!

Nobody has claimed that comets are mostly ice for decades. As has been pointed out to you innumerable times. The fact that you keep lying about this is telling. And no rock has ever been detected at a comet.

* MIRO has the ability to discriminate between water vapour that includes different isotopes of oxygen. i.e. O16, 017, O18.

Wrong model, again
To simplify the analysis and reduce the free parameters, we assumed radial outflow at a constant velocity vexp and a Haser radial density distribution.
To simplify...Haser model is wrong.

But all the papers hand there hats on it, except for Martin Pätzold et al

The loss from gas, based on ROSINA and MIRO observations, suggests that Fcoma, the dust-to-gas mass ratio of cometary matter in the coma beyond the Hill sphere of the nucleus is of the order of Fcoma ≤ 0.5 and therefore at least six times, and perhaps as much as 14 times, smaller than Fnucleus. It seems that the lost gas mass was overestimated by the instruments.
The Nucleus of Comet 67P/ChuryumovGerasimenko - Part I: The Global View – nucleus mass, mass loss, porosity and implications

Yup using the Haser model, there must be ice everywhere on mostly icy comets. The above paper, whilst poo pooed, is a good indicator that all is not well with the Dirtysnowball.

Or whatever model mainstream now use.

Problem is it’s all hidden.
“No rock. Any charge separation is limited. The electric field is pointing in the wrong direction. Currents are doing nothing.” Jonesdave116.

“The 'electric comet' is physically IMPOSSIBLE to model using mainstream science! PERIOD! True story! End of story!” Indagator
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