Galactic Attraction

  Feb 17, 2017 Is the Universe expanding? Modern astronomers believe that galaxies are receding from each other because they received “inflationary energy” imparted by the Big Bang. They estimate the recession to be about 71 kilometers per second for every 3.3 million light-years of spatial distance. This “dilation of …

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Star Links

  Feb 16, 2017 The Sun’s activity drives Earth-based phenomena. Picture of the Day articles point out that there are linkages between galactic electric currents, solar electric currents, and terrestrial electric currents. Earth is connected to a circuit that flows through the cosmos, but that circuit is difficult to perceive. Charged …

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X-ray Lightning

  Feb 13, 2017 Earth displays its celestial nature. Intense lightning in thunderstorms can interact with electricity (cosmic rays) coming from space. When the right conditions in Earth’s atmosphere occur, lightning causes giant particle accelerators to form above the clouds. Cosmic rays are high energy sub-atomic particles, mostly protons, that can …

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Galactic Plasma Gun

  Feb 7, 2017 Does electricity energize the galaxies? In the cosmos there are regions where stars range in thousand light-year lines. Elsewhere, rings of stars can be found, along with galaxies stretching in filaments for enormous distances. The Milky Way contains over 200 billion stars in its spiral arms …

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Solar Fibrils

Feb 6, 2017 The Sun is a charged body seeking equilibrium with its surroundings. The electric charge flow into and out of the Sun can sometimes increase to the point where it releases plasma discharges called solar flares. Conventional scientists think that solar flares occur when magnetic loops “reconnect” with …

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Ultraviolet Mars

  Feb 3, 2017 Mars glows in high frequencies. NASA launched the Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution mission (MAVEN) on November 18, 2013. Maven is investigating the upper atmosphere of Mars, its ionosphere, and the dynamics of solar wind interactions. Several onboard instruments are monitoring various phenomena: * Solar Wind …

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