Plasma cosmology

Nebular hypothesis: radiation or excitation

Particles in electromagnetic fields can be energised and transformed. When particles, such as electrons, are excited then energy is radiated in various forms. The excitation of electrochemical elements can be seen in xrays, synchrotron radiation and other electromagnetic frequencies. Instead of dusty plasmas being compressed by the mysterious forces of unknown gravity and radiating heat, …

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Magnetic Fields in the Universe

Magnetic Fields In The Universe Rencontres du Vietnam

Magnetic Fields in the Universe: from Laboratory and Stars to the Primordial Structures is a peer reviewed conference by Rencontres du Vietnam (official partner of UNESCO). Most of the baryonic matter in the Universe is composed of ionized or partially ionized gas permeated by magnetic fields (i.e. plasma state). Magnetic fields therefore play a key …

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Sloshings of European Space Agency plasma cosmology

dusty plasma sloshings

Galactic scale dusty plasmas sloshing all over the place. But not from Anthony Peratt, Suspicious Observers or Thunderbolts, this is from the European Space Agency. ESA’s XMM-Newton X-ray observatory has spied hot gas sloshing around within a galaxy cluster – a never-before-seen behaviour that may be driven by turbulent merger events. Galaxy clusters are the …

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Witzsche’s plasma astrophysics and planet’s plasma cores

Rolf Witzsche plasma core planets Earth

Rolf Witzsche video’s exploring his theories on plasma cosmology and planets having a plasma core. Witzsche has scheduled his YouTube video’s for everyday over the 2019 Christmas period, finishing on New Years Day. They start daily at 23:00 GMT (UK time) and 18:00 EST (USA time). Evidence in Plasma Astrophysics suggest that the core of …

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