Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Big Brain Increases ULT Resolution

ULT Stars: 1st Test @ New Larger Diameter
The first star field and planetary tests run at this new highly powerful leap in resolution setting, technique, hardware redesign and instrumentation build has led to discovery within the rings orbiting the globe of planet Saturn. Preliminary pointing the ULT into the stellar abyss has revealed a mind boggling and spectacular number of stars! (see shown image of 1st stellar light at the new increase in telescope size) What's happening here? The ULT has become larger by a quantum leap!

Previously, the ULT was defined by the following equation:

Initial Formula Governing ULT Resolution

R ~ {[1.22 (Lambda)]/[(D1)+(D2subn1,n2,n3...)]}/~P

in the mathematical proportional expression where P is the Penetrator setting (1-10), Lambda is the wavelength of observable light, R is the resolution, D1 is the ULT aperture, D2 is the Adjunct setting, and n is the node. As the Adjunct setting increases, or the wavelength of light decreases, or the aperture increases, or a combination of the above, the resolution of the ULT increases.

The new formula introduces the distance of the Adjunct from the Earth and the distance of the Adjunct from the observational destination. As the distance of the Adjunct decreases to the observational destination, the resolution increases. To calculate the diameter of the ULT, which is based on resolution of the Observational Destination, a comparison is made of the distance to the object. This reworks the proportion as given.

It's recommended to establish a baseline with each Adjunct relative to the Observational Destination. The final analysis determines resolution based on the distance to the Earth which in turn is used to calculate the full aperture. Remember the formula is typically using Arc Radians and may require conversion.

What is the conclusion? This indicates the ULT can be much larger in aperture compared to its original 945-inch design which used only one Adjunct. How much larger? The actual numerical indication is shocking. By adjusting Adjunctive arrays, the telescope can alter and reconfig its full aperture diameter by increasing with a factor of a hundred times. The original 24 meter telescope becomes a 2,400 meter telescope which comes out to about 1.5-mile wide. This is a preliminary estimation and the actual diameter may go into a thousand times larger, thus creating a 24,ooo meter telescope at 15 miles wide, though incredulous at it may seem, the prelim results are indicative of a confirmation of these numbers.

Keep in mind the Universe Penetrator places a (up to) 10X factor on top of this aperture. So the 1.5 mile wide telescope with a 100X Adjunctive becomes 15 miles in diameter, and the 15 mile wide telescope with a 1,oooX Adjunctive becomes 150 miles in diameter. These telescopes can make serious discoveries and perform cutting edge research. The straight resolution of these apertures can be calculated directly with 1.22Lambda/D. 

New Terms
Observational Destination