[LMB] Soletta Physics Demystified
baur at chello.at
Wed Nov 4 19:10:04 GMT 2020
Am 04.11.2020 um 19:08 schrieb Zan Lynx:
> On 11/4/20 9:12 AM, WalterStuartBushell wrote:
>> Put the soletta at one of the Trojan points, I think the location was
>> left purposely vague.
> It isn't quite that simple because the soletta has to be huge if it is
> to reflect a useful amount of light. For example, to double Komarr's
> light it needs to have a radius equal to Komarr itself.
> Which means that solar wind and photon pressure will have significant
> effects on it. The Soletta cannot just orbit. It has to be actively
> piloted as a light sail.
if komarr has significant amounts of greenhouse gasses (water, CO2,
methane) trapped in permafrost even a small (1-2%) change in insolation
will create strong changes over time ..
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