Wednesday, March 28, 2012

ULT Saturn Rings Journey

Remarkable Discovery Image


MISSION OBJECTIVE: To see individual rocks and boulders within Saturn's rings for the 1st time and to show the ring system is composed of many lesser homogenous rings of varying nature.

With the ULT Telescope configured in Obverse Spacecraft Mode, a fantastic journey beyond Earth, Mars, and Jupiter unfolds. For hundreds of years, man has wondered about the structure and arrangement of the rings around Saturn. As probes imaged the rings, and even flew through the ring system, one with consequences, some scientists were disappointed to see the rings as homogenous systems without resolving the individual rocks and giant boulders thought to make up the rings. Now flash forward to the year 2,012 when technology is able to reimage the Saturnian Ring System with striking clarity and resolution unlike any decade before. The ULT Ultra Large Telescope and the ULT Space Administration has the tools necessary to achieve this feat. Like the Martian rock that produced microbes embedded within its contents, the controversial imaging of rocks and boulders withing the rings will continue. Seeing is believing and examining the evidence shows a pixel size less than the diameter of a measured large rock or boulder, which is supporting evidence for the feat accomplished by the ULT. But wait, there is more to the ULT than meets the eye. The special config makes the ULT much larger in apparent diameter than the 24-meter quoted. This is because the Telescope has employed Telescope and Spacecraft Adjuncts within the Saturnian System.

In Obverse Voyaging Mode, the viewing window shows arrival at the Saturn Ring System and reveals a total of 20 rings systems. Intrinsically the rings are fantastic. For close exams, enlargements of this image show pixel size which is smaller than the debris field particle size. Also visible are irregularities in the ring structure that do not pattern repeat. In several places in the image, there are much larger clumpings of material. In some ring positions, the ring appears to interrupt and not exactly match up, a result of lower albedo material, smaller material, or both. To achieve this high resolution, the ULT was place in Obverse Mode and a nearby planetary Adjunction was put into operation. Parameters are inclusive of a 10X Universe Penetrator, Adjunctive at Saturn, Multi Mag Slider, Obverse Spacecraft, and additional parametric identities. The ULT Space Administration is moving so quickly forward with evolving the ULT Machine that a formula to define the Telescope's diameter based on the position and number of the Adjuncts in space is yet to be determined. View the complete ULT Photo Album.