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Planetophysical Report

The following summary of planetary transformations in our solar system, were reported by Russian scientists in 1997. Things have progressed since.....

A Series of Large Planeto-Physical Transformations.

The following processes are taking place on the distant planets of our Solar System. But they are, essentially speaking, operationally driving the whole System.

  • Pluto: A growth of dark spots.

  • Saturn: Reporting of auroras

  • Uranus and Neptune: reporting of polar shifts, for these magnetically conjugate planets, and the abrupt large-scale growth of Uranus' magnetosphere intensity.

  • Neptune: A change in light intensity and light spot dynamics.

  • Jupiter: The doubling of the magnetic field intensity (based upon 1992 data), and a series of new states and processes observed on this planet as an aftermath of a series of explosions in July 1994 [caused by "Comet" SL-9]. Excessive plasma generation and it's release in the same manner as Solar coronal holes inducing an appearance of radiation belt brightening in decimeter band (13.2 and 36 cm), and the appearance of large auroral anomalies and a change of the Jupiter - Io (One of Jupiter's moons) system of currents. Update Note From A.N.D Nov. 1997. A stream of ionized hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, etc. is being directed to Jupiter from the volcanic areas of Io through a one million amperes flux tube. It is affecting the character of Jupiter's magnetic process and intensifying it's plasma genesis.

  • Mars: A series of Martian atmosphere transformations increasing its biosphere quality. In particularly, a cloudy growth in the equator area and an unusual growth of ozone concentration. Update Note: In September 1997 the Mars Surveyor Satellite encountered an atmospheric density double that projected by NASA upon entering a Mars orbit. This greater density bent one of the solar array arms beyond the full and open stop. This combination of events has delayed the beginning of the scheduled photo mission for one year.

  • Earth's Moon: A first stage atmosphere generation on the Moon, where a growing natrium atmosphere is detected that reaches 9,000 km in height.

  • Venus: Significant physical, chemical and optical changes observed-An inversion of dark and light spots detected for the first time, and a sharp decrease of sulfur-containing gases in its atmosphere.
Published in Russian, IICA Transactions, Volume 4, 1997
English Presentation Sponsored By: THE MILLENNIUM GROUP,
January 8, 1998

*Professor of Geology and Mineralogy, and Chief Scientific Member,
United Institute of Geology, Geophysics, and Mineralogy,
Siberian Department of Russian Academy of Sciences.
Expert on Global Ecology, and Fast -Processing Earth Events.

Russian to English Translation and Editing:
by A. N. Dmitriev, Andrew Tetenov, and Earl L. Crockett

Planetophysical State of the Earth and Life (1997).