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  1. #1 Attiyah's Stars and Attiyah's Planets 
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    Attiyah's Stars

    1- Irrespective of the spontaneous glow of the stars, from the perspective of the Earth the stellar light we observe and deal with is predominantly a magnetosphere-ionosphere produced light.
    2- Each star has its own tidal impact on the geomagnetosphere.
    3- The stellar impact on the geomagnetopsphere leads to the formation of a bulge that cascades down the magnetospheric layers such that it eventually maps in the ionosphere.
    4- The star-formed bulges in the ionosphere are the sites we see the stars at.
    5- The magnetosphere-ionosphere produced light that concerns the star is duplicated in the other side of the magnetosphere-ionosphere system via mirror resonance.

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    Attiyah's Planets

    1) Irrespective of the planets' reflection of the solar light, from the perspective of the Earth the planetary light we observe and deal with is predominantly a magnetosphere-ionosphere produced light.
    2) Each planet has its own tidal impact on the geomagnetosphere.
    3) The planetary tidal impact on the geomagnetosphere leads to the formation of a bulge that cascades down the magnetospheric layers such that it eventually maps in the ionosphere.
    4) The planet-formed bulges in the ionosphere are the sites we see the planets at.
    5) The magnetosphere-ionosphere produced light that concerns the planet is duplicated in the other side of the magnetosphere-ionosphere system via mirror resonance.


    N.B.
    The magnetosphere-ionosphere system has two sides: the daytime side and the nighttime side.


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    And when we view planets and stars from deep space?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ophiolite
    And when we view planets and stars from deep space?
    See them and then compare.
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    "magnetosphere-ionosphere produced light. "

    Where does the energy come from to produce this light?
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    Quote Originally Posted by (Q)
    "magnetosphere-ionosphere produced light. "

    Where does the energy come from to produce this light?
    Heve you read any article about the solar wind-magnetosphere coupling?
    Have you heard that the Earth is a self-exciting dynamo?
    Have you heard about the proceeses of accelertion in the magnetosphere?
    Do you know that the solar UV light and X-rays are one of the sources?
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