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X-Ray Milky Way

March 17, 2020 X-rays from galactic cores are accelerated by electric fields. Rather than accepting electric fields as a source, astronomers prefer to think of “strong winds blowing” out of the galaxy’s core. Often called “Ultra-Luminous X-ray sources” (ULX), they are points across the sky more powerful than a million…

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Electromagnetic Bursts

Apr 15, 2019 Unusually intense magnetic fields are said to be caused by merging neutron stars. According to a recent article in the science journal, Nature, astronomers think they saw the formation of a specific class of celestial object called a “magnetar”, or a “magnetic neutron star”. Many Pictures of…

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X-Ray Milky Way

Dec 7, 2018 X-rays from galactic cores are accelerated by electric fields. Rather than accepting electric fields as a source, astronomers prefer to think of “strong winds blowing” out of the galaxy’s core. Often called “Ultra-Luminous X-ray sources” (ULX), they are points across the sky more powerful than a million…

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X-ray Eruption

  Aug 25, 2015 Stellar flares are seen in unexpected places. In a September 30, 2014 press release, NASA officials from the Goddard Space Flight Center announced that their SWIFT satellite detected a stellar flare with X-ray emissions larger than anything they expected to witness from DG Canum Venaticorum, a…

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X-ray Eruption

  Jun 09, 2015 Stellar flares are seen in unexpected places. In a September 30, 2014 press release, NASA officials from the Goddard Space Flight Center announced that their SWIFT satellite detected a stellar flare with X-ray emissions larger than anything they expected to witness from DG Canum Venaticorum, a “normal”…

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Circinus: an X-Ray Binary?

  Jun 24, 2014 Neutron stars are not viable explanations for energetic objects. Recently, the Chandra observatory detected what they are calling the “youngest” X-ray binary star radiating massive amounts of energy into space. The radiation is in X-ray wavelengths, which non-electrical theories can only interpret as being generated by matter that…

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Circinus: an X-Ray Binary?

  Dec 27, 2013 Neutron stars are not viable explanations for energetic objects. Recently, the Chandra observatory detected what they are calling the “youngest” X-ray binary star radiating massive amounts of energy into space. The radiation is in X-ray wavelengths, which non-electrical theories can only interpret as being generated by…

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Black Monster

June 27, 2020 Black holes continue to elude detection by the most powerful telescopes. It is assumed that matter falling into a black hole is accelerated and subsequently compressed until it is ultimately destroyed inside the so-called “event horizon”. It is that process that is said to create quasars: conventionally…

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