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Airy-0

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Airy-0

Three images of Airy-0 taken by, from A to C,Mariner 9, Viking 1 and Mars Global Surveyor. Airy-0 is the larger crater towards the top center in each frame.

Planet

Mars

Region

Inside Airy Crater

Coordinates

5.1°S 0°E

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Diameter

0.5 kilometres (0.31 mi)

Eponym

Sir George Biddell Airy[/size]

Airy-0 is a crater on Mars whose location defines the position of the prime meridian of that planet. It is about 0.5 kilometres (0.31 mi) across and lies within the larger crater Airy in the region Sinus Meridiani.

It was named in honor of the British Astronomer Royal Sir George Biddell Airy (1801-1892), who in 1850 built the transit circle telescope at Greenwich. The location of that telescope was subsequently chosen to define the location of Earth's prime meridian.

Merton Davies chose this crater as Mars's prime meridian in 1969 based on Mariner 6 and 7 photographs.[1][/size]

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Vianova aided me and is still tutoring away and rewriting the cosmos and I see it as Itza write itself.

Combined we ended up with these results.

Discecting a circle with an (Radius/diameter)equator and then trisecting the polar length @ a Third is the word of equal length.

You arrive at the tetrahedrons point it just made.

Using the (Base Ten/ Decimal Numeric Set) Metric Sytem NOW arrives at these results.

3 x 3 x 33,310,273.1 m / s = the speed of light / 9 = Its exact value is 299792458 metres per second (approximately 3.00×108 m/s, approximately 186,282 mi/s)

There is a caveat at ~All Ma'at @ That...

Proposed redefinition of SI base units

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

For a topical guide to this subject, see Outline of the metric system.

Current (2017) SI system: Dependence of base unitdefinitions on other base units (for example, the metre is defined in terms of the distance travelled by light in a specific fraction of a second), with the constants of nature and artifacts used to define them (such as the mass of the IPK for the kilogram).

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Proposed SI system: Dependence of base unit definitions on [url=https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Physical_constant]physical constants with fixed numerical values and on other base units that are derived from the same set of constants.

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A committee of the International Committee for Weights and Measures (CIPM) has proposed revised formal definitions of the SI base units, which are being examined by the CIPM and which are expected[1][2][3] to be adopted at the 26th General Conference on Weights and Measures (CGPM) on 16 November 2018.[4] Themetric system was originally conceived as a system of measurement that was derivable from nature. When the metric system was first introduced in France in 1799 technical limitations necessitated the use of artifacts such as the prototype metre and prototype kilogram. In 1960 the metre was redefined in terms of the wavelength oflight from a specified source, making it derivable from nature, leaving the kilogram as the only unit still defined by an artifact. If the proposed redefinition is accepted, the metric system (SI) will, for the first time, be wholly derivable from nature.

The proposal can be summarised as follows:[/size]

Further details are found in the draft chapter of the Ninth SI Units Brochure.[6]

The last major overhaul of the metric system was in 1960 when the International System of Units (SI) was formally published as a coherent set of units of measure. SI is structured around seven base units that have apparently "arbitrary" definitions and another twenty units that are derived from these base units. Although the set of units form a coherent system, the definitions do not. The proposal before the CIPM seeks to remedy this by using the fundamental quantities of nature as the basis for deriving the base units. This will mean, amongst other things, that the prototype kilogram will cease to be used as the definitive replica of the kilogram. Thesecond and the metre are already defined in such a manner.

A number of authors have published criticisms of the revised definitions—in particular that proposal had failed to address the impact of breaking the link between the mole and the kilogram, the dalton and the unified atomic mass unit, and the Avogadro constant and Avogadro's number.[/size]

Wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy back to the Rhyme/Reason of the Ancient Mariner.

A Zep-Tepi of sorts for the first time...

Airy-0

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Airy-0

Three images of Airy-0 taken by, from A to C,Mariner 9, Viking 1 and Mars Global Surveyor. Airy-0 is the larger crater towards the top center in each frame.

Planet

Mars

Region

Inside Airy Crater

Coordinates

5.1°S 0°E

[size=undefined][size=undefined]

Diameter

0.5 kilometres (0.31 mi)

Eponym

Sir George Biddell Airy[/size]

Airy-0 is a crater on Mars whose location defines the position of the prime meridian of that planet. It is about 0.5 kilometres (0.31 mi) across and lies within the larger crater Airy in the region Sinus Meridiani.

It was named in honor of the British Astronomer Royal Sir George Biddell Airy (1801-1892), who in 1850 built the transit circle telescope at Greenwich. The location of that telescope was subsequently chosen to define the location of Earth's prime meridian.

Merton Davies chose this crater as Mars's prime meridian in 1969 based on Mariner 6 and 7 photographs.[1][/size]

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Vianova aided me and is still tutoring away and rewriting the cosmos and I see it as Itza write itself.

Combined we ended up with these results.

Discecting a circle with an (Radius/diameter)equator and then trisecting the polar length @ a Third is the word of equal length.

You arrive at the tetrahedrons point it just made.

Using the (Base Ten/ Decimal Numeric Set) Metric Sytem NOW arrives at these results.

3 x 3 x 33,310,273.1 m / s = the speed of light / 9 = Its exact value is 299792458 metres per second (approximately 3.00×108 m/s, approximately 186,282 mi/s)

There is a caveat at ~All Ma'at @ That...

Proposed redefinition of SI base units

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

For a topical guide to this subject, see Outline of the metric system.

Current (2017) SI system: Dependence of base unitdefinitions on other base units (for example, the metre is defined in terms of the distance travelled by light in a specific fraction of a second), with the constants of nature and artifacts used to define them (such as the mass of the IPK for the kilogram).

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Proposed SI system: Dependence of base unit definitions on [url=https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Physical_constant]physical constants with fixed numerical values and on other base units that are derived from the same set of constants.

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A committee of the International Committee for Weights and Measures (CIPM) has proposed revised formal definitions of the SI base units, which are being examined by the CIPM and which are expected[1][2][3] to be adopted at the 26th General Conference on Weights and Measures (CGPM) on 16 November 2018.[4] Themetric system was originally conceived as a system of measurement that was derivable from nature. When the metric system was first introduced in France in 1799 technical limitations necessitated the use of artifacts such as the prototype metre and prototype kilogram. In 1960 the metre was redefined in terms of the wavelength oflight from a specified source, making it derivable from nature, leaving the kilogram as the only unit still defined by an artifact. If the proposed redefinition is accepted, the metric system (SI) will, for the first time, be wholly derivable from nature.

The proposal can be summarised as follows:[/size]

Quote:There will still be the same seven base units (second, metre, kilogram, ampere, kelvin, mole, andcandela). Of these, the kilogram, ampere, kelvin and mole will be redefined by choosing exact numerical values for the Planck constant, the elementary electric charge, the Boltzmann constant, and the Avogadro constant, respectively. The second, metre and candela are already defined byphysical constants and it is only necessary to edit their present definitions. The new definitions will improve the SI without changing the size of any units, thus ensuring continuity with present measurements.[5][size=undefined]

Further details are found in the draft chapter of the Ninth SI Units Brochure.[6]

The last major overhaul of the metric system was in 1960 when the International System of Units (SI) was formally published as a coherent set of units of measure. SI is structured around seven base units that have apparently "arbitrary" definitions and another twenty units that are derived from these base units. Although the set of units form a coherent system, the definitions do not. The proposal before the CIPM seeks to remedy this by using the fundamental quantities of nature as the basis for deriving the base units. This will mean, amongst other things, that the prototype kilogram will cease to be used as the definitive replica of the kilogram. Thesecond and the metre are already defined in such a manner.

A number of authors have published criticisms of the revised definitions—in particular that proposal had failed to address the impact of breaking the link between the mole and the kilogram, the dalton and the unified atomic mass unit, and the Avogadro constant and Avogadro's number.[/size]

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