Dusty Plasma Cosmology: Stars

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.

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Nasa’s Parker Solar Probe, which has flown closer to the sun than any spacecraft, has beamed back its first observations from the edge of the sun’s scorching atmosphere.

We can see the magnetic structure of the corona, which tells us that the solar wind is emerging from small coronal holes; we see impulsive activity, large jets or switchbacks, which we think are related to the origin of the solar wind. And we are also surprised by the ferocity of the dust environment.

Another surprise was the dustiness of the area close to the sun. During the nearest approach of its orbit, the probe was peppered with a fine dust, chipping tiny pieces off its heat shield that showed up as white streaks in images captured by the high-resolution camera.
Nasa's Parker Solar Probe beams back first insights from sun's edge

It has been suggested by EUT that the resulting dust, chemical elements, are due to the electromagnetic forces involved in plasma cosmology in an electrical based universe.

With possible non nuclear transmutation of elements, which may help explain why their is so much fine particle material in and between galaxies.

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The new observations were made when Parker was about 15m miles (24m km) from the sun, but it will eventually fly to about 6m km of its surface — more than seven times closer than the previous closest mission, the Helios 2 spacecraft in 1976. The craft has also broken the record for the fastest moving spacecraft, relative to the sun. It will reach speeds of nearly 435,000 mph (700,000 km/h) in 2024.
Nasa's Parker Solar Probe beams back first insights from sun's edge

The SAFIRE Project initial results have suggested low thermal transmutation of chemical elements in and experimental environment similar to an electric plasma Sun (Anode model).

Dusty plasma cosmologies

Protoplanetary disks, cometary coma, noctilucent clouds, Saturn's rings...

dusty plasma universe

After some head-scratching, scientists realized that the Saturnian spokes most likely were tiny specks of dust moving around the rings due to electric and magnetic forces. These forces result from electrically charged gases known as plasma.

Even though you might not realize it based on our daily experiences, researchers think that 99 percent of the matter in our universe is in a plasma state. Many processes that occur in the universe are due in part to the presence of plasma.
Dusty Plasma In The Universe And In The Laboratory

It seems most galactic structures feature electromagnetically charged particles.

Interstellar medium, region between the stars that contains vast, diffuse clouds of gases and minute solid particles. Such tenuous matter in the interstellar medium of the Milky Way system, in which the Earth is located, accounts for about 5 percent of the Galaxy’s total mass.
Interstellar medium

NASA investigates its Magnetic Universe. If you combine electromagnetics with cosmic dusty plasmas then you might have electromagnetic cosmology and an Electric Universe?