Observational evidence for travelling wave modes bearing distance proportional shifts

@article{Guruprasad2015ObservationalEF,
  title={Observational evidence for travelling wave modes bearing distance proportional shifts},
  author={V. Guruprasad},
  journal={EPL},
  year={2015},
  volume={110},
  pages={54001}
}
Discrepancies of range between the Space Surveillance Network radars and the Deep Space Network in tracking the 1998 Earth flyby of NEAR, and between ESA's Doppler and range data in Rosetta's 2009 flyby, reveal a consistent excess delay, or lag, equal to instantaneous one-way travel time in the telemetry signals. These lags readily explain all details of the flyby anomaly, and are shown to be symptoms of chirp d'Alembertian travelling wave solutions, relating to traditional sinusoidal waves by… Expand

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