A View of Earth's Electric Field from the Moon

Photo taken from moon, showing a strong electric field surrounding our planet. 

The outer band has a charge of +350,000 volts static DC. 
Nikola Tesla's resonate coils interacted with this field.

This photo was taken from the moon by Apollo 16. A ultraviolet camera was used with a lithium fluoride filter, exposed for 15 seconds.

Electronic camera that registers only ultraviolet light

The photo shows an positive electric field, comprised of hydrogen ions, around the Earth brought about by light photons knocking electrons out of their gas molecule orbits. This electrical field has outer layers that are +350,000 volts DC relative to ground, extending 16,000 miles into space. Longer exposures show that the geocorona extends to 100,000 miles.

The dark side of earth is to the right and here you can see a real force potential that we rightly can call "The Power of Darkness."

Although the cause has been only recently discovered, broadcast engineers have had to deal with its harmful effects to radio equipment from the very beginning. Special resonate coils are installed on all antenna towers that are not grounded to drain off this nuisance energy.

Nikola Tesla, the true inventor of radio, writes about his experiences; "... The truth is this. In the air the potential increases at the rate of about fifty volts per foot between the upper and lower ends of the antenna. The masses of the charged atmosphere are constantly in motion and give up electricity to the conductor, not continuously but rather disruptively, this producing a grinding noise in a sensitive telephonic receiver. The higher the terminal and the greater the space encompast by the wires, the more pronounced is the effect ..."

As we can see from the photograph, the energy at night is much more pronounced near the equator. At the above rate, the day time voltage at the top of a 400 foot pyramid would be about 20,000 volts. However at night, the voltage would be a couple of hundred thousand volts around midnight.

Bern Dibner operates an electrostatic generator built in 1805.
(Photo courtesy of Burndy Library.)

Electrostatic motors have been built similar to this electrostatic generator, that have produced one horse power of energy.

Note however, that these systems are good at attracting lighting since they readily emit "streamers" and therefore the system must be designed to handle strikes.

Since lightning wants to move in a straight line, sharp bends and spark gaps are incorporated into the design.

[ The electrical field around the Earth has a very high voltage potential, but very little current capability. This is why a special motor has to be used to tap into it. One horse power is equal to 745 watts.   Watts, the unit of electrical power, is the product of volts and amps. Therefore, one horse power of energy derived from a voltage source of 120 volts requires 6.2 amps of electron current. On the other hand, one horse power of energy derived from a voltage source of 20,000 volts requires only 0.037 amps of electron current. An amp second, or coulomb, is  6.25 x 1018 electrons. ]

— Tommy Cichanowski —

Reacting to, and absorbing the sun's ultraviolet radiation, oxygen atoms fluoresce around the Earth.

This is another color-enhanced ultraviolet photograph of Earth, taken from the moon.

Sensitive to radiation unseen by the human eye, the camera recorded oxygen levels surrounding the earth at various altitudes — a look at the upper atmosphere that could benefit communications and help measure long-term effects of air pollution.

Scientists added color to black-and-white photographs to enhance differences in the brightness of the oxygen glow. Reacting to, and absorbing the sun's ultraviolet radiation, oxygen atoms fluoresce, appearing here as a cloak of gold closest to the Earth's surface, where the oxygen gas lies heaviest. As it thins with altitude, oxygen is colored green, red, and finally blue. On the Earth's night side the gas shows blue in two intersecting arcs over the Equator — a phenomenon scientists do not yet understand. An aurora shimmers over the south magnetic pole, extreme right.

[ Note what appears to be a energy vortex in the static field. ]

{ I e-mailed NASA asking about additional pictures, but got no response. }

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