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Electric Discharge as the Source of Solar Radiant Energy (Concluded)
Type:    Electronic Citation
Title:    Electric Discharge as the Source of Solar Radiant Energy (Concluded)
Author(s):    Juergens, R. E.
Date:    1979
Abstract:    We have advanced the premise that the kinetic energy of the electrons in a stream converging upon the Sun is the source of the energy thrown off by solar radiation. With a cathode drop of 10 to the power 10 volts, each electron in the stream will arrive at the Sun with kinetic energy in the amount of 10 to the power 10 electron-volts. If these electrons were not moving close to the speed of light we would expect about 2.4 x 10^35 electrons (originating in interstellar space not including those liberated by the ionization of solar atmospheric gases) to reach the Sun each second.
Link:    http://www.kronos-press.com/juergens/k0802-electric-ii.htm

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