Dusty plasma

Dusty plasma cosmology: Birkeland star filaments

Dusty plasma cosmology Birkeland filaments

As predicted by plasma based cosmologies the electric stars are powered externally by electromagnetic filaments (Birkeland currents). Astronomers have discovered a vast structure in our galaxy, made up of many interconnected “nurseries” where stars are born. The long, thin filament of gas is a whopping 9,000 light-years long and 400 light-years wide. What we’ve observed …

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Dusty Plasma Galaxies

Electromagnetic Dusty Plasma Galaxies cosmology cosmonogy

Electromagnetic dusty plasmas spiralling around Galaxies, electrochemical elements flowing through galactic magnetic structures. NASA’s Magnetic Universe interprets The [electro]Magnetic Fields of Spiral Galaxy M77 as: Explanation: Can magnetic fields help tell us how spiral galaxies form and evolve? To find out, the HAWC+ instrument on NASA’s airborne (747) SOFIA observatory observed nearby spiral galaxy M77. …

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Dusty Plasma Cosmology: Stars

dusty plasma universe

Dusty plasmas are observed in, near or around most astronomical features involving ionised gases or the interstellar medium. The hurtling along Parker Solar Probe spacecraft has detected dusty plasmas in the observable layers of the Sun, spheres that are cooler the closer you measure to its visible roiling surface layer. Nasa’s Parker Solar Probe, which …

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Flare up about main stream stars

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A giant flare up for the theories of main sequence stars? The problems of Gravity and extreme energy processes in low mass environments? A team of astronomers from the United Kingdom and Germany has spotted a superflare coming from an L-dwarf star approximately 250 light-years away that’s estimated to be 10 times more powerful than …

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