Gravitational Lensing of Spiral Vortex Solar Radiation by Venus

  title={Gravitational Lensing of Spiral Vortex Solar Radiation by Venus},
  author={G. A. Nikolsky and Alexander F. Pugach},
  journal={Open Access Library Journal},
Instrumental observations of the Venus transit on June 6, 2012 were performed using two similar torsinds—a special kind of ultralight torsion balances on a silk suspension. A clear response of both devices to this phenomenon was registered. The observations have verified a theoretical assumption on existence of the Spiral Vortex Solar Radiation (SVSR). The direct measurements of a space velocity of the SVSR determined on the track Venus-Earth, gave a value of 1990 km/s which coincided almost… Expand

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