Cosmic Electric Charge Flow

Apr 25, 2019 Galaxies are electromagnetic. Electric Universe theory sees galactic evolution as large-scale plasma discharges that form spinning wheels composed of coherent filaments. Those galactic structures display electrodynamic behavior and are not merely gravitationally bound assemblies of isolated stars. Stars in galaxies can form along arcs like silver beads…

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Rhea’s Ribbon of Dust

Apr 19, 2019 The first detection of a ring around a moon. The Cassini space probe is no more; it was burned-up in Saturn’s atmosphere on September 17, 2017. Its data set continues to be analyzed, however, since its observations comprised thousands of terabytes. Planetary scientists announced that they discovered…

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Frigid Fires

Apr 18, 2019 Even the coldest dust radiates light. The European Space Agency launched the Herschel Space Observatory on May 14, 2009 with the largest spaceborne mirror ever constructed. Herschel was sent into orbit around LaGrange point L2 in order to protect its helium-cooled infrared detectors. Its coolant system lasted…

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Galactic Cocoon

Apr 17, 2019 Galaxy filaments are also called, Birkeland currents. “Everyday life depends on the structure of the atom. Turn off the electrical charges and everything crumbles to an invisible fine dust, without electrical forces, there would no longer be things in the universe – merely diffuse clouds of electrons, protons,…

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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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Methane on Mars

Apr 12, 2019 Did decaying organic material lead to methane emissions? According to a recent press release, measurements taken from orbit correlate to the detection of methane  in the regolith of Mars by NASA’s Curiosity mission. This is the first time an in-situ measurement was confirmed from orbit. Methane is…

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