star clusters

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star clusters

Unread postby jacmac » Wed Aug 24, 2016 6:55 pm

In today's TPOD, Aug,24,2016

http://www.thunderbolts.info/wp/daily-tpod/

Stephen Smith said:
Spherical clusters of stars are another example of how plasma is organized and confined into coherent formations.


In my years of reading on this site I have never seen an explanation of star clusters from the EU perspective, except that there are filaments and it only looks like a cluster because of the great distances involved.
And:
Galactic disks act like Faraday motors, while globular clusters (as has been suggested in the past) might be more like ball lightning than anything else.
I must have missed the comparison of star clusters to ball lightening.

Stephan, If you can elaborate( or anyone ) I would appreciate it.
Thanks,
Jack
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