Which planets have rainbows

1. Mercury: No – too hot for water

2. Venus – No – no particulate water for refraction

3. Mars – no – water is present in the soil but not particulate in the atmosphere (2/3 nitrogen and can hold loads of water but not at 300C)

4. Uranus – yes but under the clouds, low to the surface where we cannot see them.

5. Jupiter: Yes – again – too hot but not too cold, just too sink. i.e. too many near star apparents. (an apparent = a New Way of being/seeing = EVO = Energy Variant Observation = how a system’s state changes without looking at it until it is time to look and it changes again into something you didn’t see until you saw it and the reaction is: “What the f**k was that!”  i.e. another way of putting it is that there is simply too much kinetic energy near the planet.

6. Saturn – yes a velvet rainbow or Star Swathe – a blackened area around the surface of the moon Saturnus when it is in a position equivalent to an eclipse wrt to earth, Saturnus interferes with the passage of ring stellar material giving rise to a diversion of flow giving rise to a flow pattern or wake – picture a paint brush with black paint on it painting out some stars in a flow shape in radio waves – since telegrammetry is used in the main for detection of systems outside the visual field.

7. Pluto – plenty of water and yes rainbows.

8. Dune = Neptune = plenty of water but no repeat no rainbows on it.  No eat no sleep is the reason.

end transmission

best wishes

Bruce E Saunders, MEng

Copyright B E Saunders 2016

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