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 Post subject: Chilean Quake Likely Shifted Earth’s Axis, NASA Scientist
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Chilean Quake Likely Shifted Earth’s Axis, NASA Scientist Says
"...The quake measured 8.8. on the Richter scale and is estimated to have shifted the Earth's axis by 2.7 milliarcseconds (8 cm or 3 in) and shortened the ..." NASA

Chile Earthquake May Have Shifted Earth’s Axis, Shortened Days by Yuka Yoneda, 03/03/10
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In addition to causing widespread death and destruction, last week’s devastating earthquake in Chile may have shifted the Earth’s axis permanently and created shorter days, according to scientists at NASA. Based on calculations thus far, every day from now on should be 1.26 microseconds shorter. While the change probably won’t be affecting our daily schedules too much (a microsecond is a millionth of a second), it is unsettling to think about how much impact something as concentrated as an earthquake can have on the entire planet.

Source: http://www.inhabitat.com

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Precession – the slow and gradual shift of Earth’s axis through a 26,000-year cycle.
When viewed from outside and looking down onto the Earth from the north, the direction of precession is clockwise. When standing on Earth looking outward, the axis appears to move counter-clockwise across the sky.

Currently, the Earth’s axis is pointing somewhere near Polaris in Ursa Minor, hence north star today is Polaris. However, almost 5,000 years ago, Thuban in the constellation of Draco was the north star, and was used by the ancient Egyptians. In 13,000 years from now, precession will bring Earth’s rotational axis near Vega in Lyra. That time, Vega will become our north star.

Precession was discovered by Greek astronomer Hipparchus, who had access to several centuries of Babylonian and Greek records. He compared these ancient records to his own and concluded that the axis which the heavens seemed to rotate shifted gradually, though very slowly.

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Alex Morales wrote:
March 1 (Bloomberg) -- The earthquake that killed more than 700 people in Chile on Feb. 27 probably shifted the Earth’s axis and shortened the day, a National Aeronautics and Space Administration scientist said.

Earthquakes can involve shifting hundreds of kilometers of rock by several meters, changing the distribution of mass on the planet. This affects the Earth’s rotation, said Richard Gross, a geophysicist at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, who uses a computer model to calculate the effects.

“The length of the day should have gotten shorter by 1.26 microseconds (millionths of a second),” Gross, said today in an e-mailed reply to questions. “The axis about which the Earth’s mass is balanced should have moved by 2.7 milliarcseconds (about 8 centimeters or 3 inches).”

The changes can be modeled, though they’re difficult to physically detect given their small size, Gross said. Some changes may be more obvious, and islands may have shifted, according to Andreas Rietbrock, a professor of Earth Sciences at the U.K.’s Liverpool University who has studied the area impacted, though not since the latest temblor.

Santa Maria Island off the coast near Concepcion, Chile’s second-largest city, may have been raised 2 meters (6 feet) as a result of the latest quake, Rietbrock said today in a telephone interview. He said the rocks there show evidence pointing to past earthquakes shifting the island upward in the past.

‘Ice-Skater Effect’

“It’s what we call the ice-skater effect,” David Kerridge, head of Earth hazards and systems at the British Geological Survey in Edinburgh, said today in a telephone interview. “As the ice skater puts when she’s going around in a circle, and she pulls her arms in, she gets faster and faster. It’s the same idea with the Earth going around if you change the distribution of mass, the rotation rate changes.”

Rietbrock said he hasn’t been able to get in touch with seismologists in Concepcion to discuss the quake, which registered 8.8 on the Richter scale.

“What definitely the earthquake has done is made the Earth ring like a bell,” Rietbrock said.

The magnitude 9.1 Sumatran in 2004 that generated an Indian Ocean tsunami shortened the day by 6.8 microseconds and shifted the axis by about 2.3 milliarcseconds, Gross said.

The changes happen on the day and then carry on “forever,” Benjamin Fong Chao, dean of Earth Sciences of the National Central University in Taiwan, said in an e-mail.

“This small contribution is buried in larger changes due to other causes, such as atmospheric mass moving around on Earth,” Chao said.

--Editors: Reed Landberg, Andrew Atkinson
To contact the reporter on this story: Alex Morales in London at amorales2@bloomberg.net.
To contact the editor responsible for this story: Reed Landberg at landberg@bloomberg.net.
Source: http://www.businessweek.com/news/2010-0 ... -says.html

Equatorial Bulge: An equatorial bulge is a planetological term which describes a bulge which a planet may have around its equator, distorting it into an oblate spheroid.
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Because of a planet's equatorial bulge, its gravitational field is weaker at the equator than at its poles.. For more information about the topic Equatorial bulge, read the full article at Wikipedia.org, or see the following related articles:
Precession — Precession refers to a change in the direction of the axis of a rotating object. In certain contexts, "precession" may refer to the precession that ... > read more at the source
Shift of equinox — The precession of the equinoxes refers to the precession of Earth's axis of rotation with respect to inertial space. The precession of the equinoxes ... > read more at the source
Geosynchronous orbit — A geosynchronous orbit is a geocentric orbit that has the same orbital period as the sidereal rotation period of the Earth. It has a semi-major axis ... > read more
Phobos (moon) — Phobos is the larger and innermost of Mars' two moons, and is named after Phobos, son of Ares (Mars) from Greek Mythology. Phobos orbits closer to a ... > read more at the source
Note: This page refers to an article that is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License. It uses material from the article Equatorial bulge at Wikipedia.org. See the Wikipedia copyright page for more details.

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