This is a non-conventional view of our solar system that is different from the standard ‘flat’ diagrams.
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Pt 2 The helical model – our Galaxy is a vortex
The Milky Way
– The Milky Way itself travels through space at appr. 600 km/s
– The image used for texturing the Milky Way is NOT a picture of the Milky Way. There are no pictures of the outside of the Milky Way.
– There could either be a black hole or a central sun in the center of the Milky Way. I went with the texture image and made it shine.
– A complete revolution around the galaxy takes 226 million years
– Do not confuse the Galactic Plane with the Galactic Equator: the Sun never “crosses” the Galactic Equator because the Sun is always on the Galactic Equator, by definition.
– One precession cycle takes 25,920 years
– Since one revolution takes 226 mln years, this would mean that there are appr. 8692 precessional cycles in one revolution. In this animation there are only 60.
Scale & distance
– the Sun is 109 times bigger than the Earth. If this animation was to scale, the planets would be invisible.
– Our Solar System should be a gazillion times smaller compared to the Milky Way. If this animation was to scale, you could not see the Solar System, the Sun or any of the planets.
– The software used to create this animation is unable to work with extreme sizes and distances.
Sound & music
– The sound track is called “Enter The Stream” and I created it specifically for this animation.
You can listen to it on my website: http://www.djsadhu.com/audio-video/dj…
More info & reserach at http://www.djsadhu.com/the-helical-mo…
New version: Solar System 2.0! http://youtu.be/mvgaxQGPg7I
FULL STORY: http://www.djsadhu.com/research/solar…
PART 2 is here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C4V-oo…
Information & research: http://www.djsadhu.com/the-helical-mo…
French subtitles provided by the Resonance Project
Download the sound track: http://www.djsadhu.com/audio-video/vo… (FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY)
No, this was not made with Universe Sandbox, but with 3DsMax.
Yes, I messed up two orbits.