I was in prison during that time, so my news access was limited.
This is what I wrote to NASA, and I write it here to fellow/former fellow geocetrics, mainly.
lördag 5 februari 2005 09:20
Från: “Hans Georg Lundahl” <…>
Till: “Robert Sungenis” <…>
If earth is stationary, it ought to remain at the origo of the flight of a rocket (the spiral movement of which is explained by influence of dayly movement of universe around earth). If it be moving around sun, it ought to return to it only once a year.
a) is there any evidence from NASA as to which is the case?
b) is it reliable?
c) presuming it to be as in first case, how do heliocentrics account for it?
d) presuming it to be as in second case, how do you account for it?
If you have already answered this question on your page, pls send link as to correct part of it.
Cassini-Huygens seems to have maybe some relevance, but not sure whether it is for flight being too curved anyway for any conclusions to be drawn or for heliocentrism and earth rotating around the sun.