Mistero sulla luna, cè una massa metallica nel lato nascosto
Disabled Theme Effects. Remember me. Toggle navigation Nibiru This is a discussion for the topic Mistero sulla Luna: massa metallica nel lato nascosto il the board Astronomia. Mistero sulla Luna: massa metallica nel lato nascosto 25 Risposte Visite. Si suppone possa essere: - una massa di ferro-nichel di un asteroide caduto 4 miliardi di anni fa rimasta sospesa fino a oggi, nel mantello superiore, tra la crosta della Luna e il nucleo.
Casualmente, proprio all'interno del cratere sta passeggiando il rover cinese Yutu Qualche suggestione?
Mistero sulla Luna, c'è una massa metallica nel lato nascosto
A me qualcosa viene in mente. Citazione da: AlieNico - 12 Giugnoam. Cerberus Anunnako Post: Questa massa, raccontano i ricercatori, di qualunque natura sia, sta spingendo il fondo del bacino Polo Sud-Aitken verso il basso. Ma anche che la stessa geologia della Luna, in quella determinata area, possa risultare maggiormente interessata dalla presenza di metalli. Citazione da: Cerberus - 12 Giugnoam. Uziel Extraterrestre Post: 6. Wildy Visitatore. Citazione da: Uziel - 12 Giugnopm. Citazione da: Savage - 12 Giugnopm.
Vedi come le notizie ognuno le interpreta come vuole Citazione da: Cerberus - 12 Giugnopm. Mi son chiesto come mai il caso LOL abbia voluto che Yutu fosse proprio li Ni hao mondo! SMF 2. Utilizziamo i cookie per personalizzare i contenuti e gli annunci, fornire le funzioni dei social media e analizzare il nostro traffico. Continuando la navigazione acconsenti all'utilizzo dei cookies. Va bene, grazie.Disabled Theme Effects. Remember me. Toggle navigation Nibiru This is a discussion for the topic Mistero sulla Luna: massa metallica nel lato nascosto il the board Astronomia.
Mistero sulla Luna: massa metallica nel lato nascosto 25 Risposte Visite. Cerberus Anunnako Post: Le misure comunicate sono tutte eventualmente da confermare e nel caso verificare E chi lo sa KillerMoon Extraterrestre Post: 8. Citazione da: Uziel - 12 Giugnopm. Il cerchio tratteggiato bianco invece delimita la zona sotto la quale si trova la massa metallica rilevata. Immagine degli autori tratta dall'articolo. Da dove arriva tutto questo metallo? La massa extra potrebbe essere un concentrato di ossidi di titanio lasciati dalla solidificazione di un oceano di magma.
The structure and history of this basin are illuminated by gravity and topography data, which constrain the subsurface distribution of mass. This anomaly has a minimum mass of 2. Plausible sources for this anomaly include - metal from the core of a differentiated impactor or - oxides from the last stage of magma ocean crystallization.
Uziel Extraterrestre Post: 6. Citazione da: kaloo - 13 Giugnopm. Citazione da: Cerberus - 13 Giugnoam. Citazione da: Cerberus - 14 Giugnopm. Citazione da: Uziel - 14 Giugnoam. SMF 2. Utilizziamo i cookie per personalizzare i contenuti e gli annunci, fornire le funzioni dei social media e analizzare il nostro traffico. Continuando la navigazione acconsenti all'utilizzo dei cookies. Va bene, grazie.La scoperta, descritta sulla rivista Geophysical Research Letters, si deve al gruppo dell'americana Baylor University coordinato dal geofisico Peter James.
Le due sonde della missione Grail hanno mappato il campo gravitazionale della Luna nel e nel per cercare di far luce sulla sua struttura interna. I dati avevano indicato un'anomalia gravitazionale sul lato lontano, in corrispondenza del Bacino Polo Sud-Aitken. Post popolari in questo blog 24 novembre - [I cerchi nel grano indicano questa data] luglio 10, Una interpretazione dei recenti cerchi matematici.
Sono apparsi di recente alcuni cerchi del grano che per la prima volta ci hanno trasmesso dei messaggi utilizzando le notazioni matematiche che usiamo abitualmente.
La data dice tutto. Continua a leggere.
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All the hotels selected by you were wonderful.Only categorical (nominal) variables or variables with a relatively small number of different meaningful values should be crosstabulated. Note that in the cases where we do want to include a continuous variable in a crosstabulation (e. The simplest form of crosstabulation is the 2 by 2 table where two variables are "crossed," and each variable has only two distinct values.
MALE FEMALE FEMALE FEMALE MALE. A B B A B. The resulting crosstabulation could look as follows. In general, this table shows us that more females than males chose the soda pop brand A, and that more males than females chose soda B. Thus, gender and preference for a particular brand of soda may be related (later we will see how this relationship can be measured). The values in the margins of the table are simply one-way (frequency) tables for all values in the table.
They are important in that they help us to evaluate the arrangement of frequencies in individual columns or rows. Thus, the differences between the distributions of frequencies in individual rows (or columns) and in the respective margins informs us about the relationship between the crosstabulated variables.
Column, Row, and Total Percentages. The example in the previous paragraph demonstrates that in order to evaluate relationships between crosstabulated variables, we need to compare the proportions of marginal and individual column or row frequencies. Such comparisons are easiest to perform when the frequencies are presented as percentages.
Graphical Representations of Crosstabulations. For analytic purposes, the individual rows or columns of a table can be represented as column graphs. However, often it is useful to visualize the entire table in a single graph. Stub-and-Banner tables, or Banners for short, are a way to display several two-way tables in a compressed form. This type of table is most easily explained with an example. Let us return to the survey of sports spectators example.
In the table above, we see the two-way tables of expressed interest in Football by expressed interest in Baseball, Tennis, and Boxing.
The table entries represent percentages of rows, so that the percentages across columns will add up to 100 percent. For example, the number in the upper left hand corner of the Scrollsheet (92.
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