Supernova Blasts & Milky Way Mysteries
 
 


Update Nov 2011 and 2016  THEORIES.   t

New ideas are being examined by others on the “way” our solar system is propelled through space.  It is more like spiral actions then independent orbits.  The sun in this model acts like a comet, we are in its tail circling behind it (see an example of the shape).  In the Alcyone diagram, the bottom image the galaxy is sideways rotating into the photonic belt. which may answer the questions about G2 and G1 clouds.  The image appears to be made in the 1920s.







On the anomalous secular increase of the eccentricity of The orbit of the Moon     by L. Iorio  Ministero dell’Istruzione, dell’Universit`aedella  Ricerca(MIUR), VialeUnit`adi Italia68, 70125, Bari (BA), Italy    [paper...]  Accepted 2011  March  22.   in original form  2011  February  1

A recent analysis of a Lunar Laser Ranging (LLR) data record spanning 38.7 yr revealed an anomalous increase of the eccentricity of the lunar orbit... --...general relativistic gravitomagnetic acceleration of the Moon due to the Earths’s angular momentum...would be a trans-Plutonian massive object (Planet X/Nemesis/tyche) … that an Earth-sized planet would be at 30 au, while a jovian mass would be 200 au. Thus finding an explanation for the anomalous behavior of the Moon’s eccentricity remains open. ...independent teams, should help in shed-ding further light on such an astrometric anomaly.



Many people have noticed the changes in the moon and are reporting it.  However, I am pointing out its visual changes in rotation, they are saying “it’s orbit.”  There is a scientific paper out on this anomaly above.



11/16/2011 — Moon verified to be out of place — ‘Lunar Anomaly’  ?   November 16, 2011

Dutchsinse:  “What this says to me, is that the reports from across the board the past year, about “something” being wrong with the moon’s orbit... with the large uptick in earthquake activity, with the NOTICEABLE volcanic eruption increase.. with the unexplained mass animal deaths, with the compasses moving from magnetic north, with the Aurora in the south , with the massive storm increase, with strange satellite issues falling back to earth — all that sounds to me like a problem with earths gravity, geomagnetism — even though the final summary says “non-gravitational” or “artifacts in data processing”… they haven’t taken the OTHER events here on terra-firma into account.   They explain in this paper from Cornell University that THEY CANNOT EXPLAIN why the moon is showing an “accelerating phenomenon”.

The moon is indeed experiencing an acceleration in eccentricity during its orbit around the earth —- the current models of the earths core/moons core do not correspond or explain this.”



Unexplained Pattern Of Cosmic Rays Discovered - May Confirm Mayan Prophecy?  The IceCube Neutrino Observatory at the South Pole has captured an unusual pattern of charged particles known as galactic cosmic rays directed toward the Earth's Southern Hemisphere, and the source is a mystery.   Jul 30, 2010


TROLLS (Transient Red Optical Luminous Lineament)

Elves, Sprites, Blue Jets in the Sky !

Observations of our own atmosphere show the electrical action of the earth to sky interaction who’s very existence was denied by scientists just 5 years ago.  And yet they name the energies: elves and sprites, and blue jets.






   SAA  South Atlantic Anomaly


The South Atlantic Anomaly (SAA) is an area where the Earth's inner Van Allen radiation belt comes closest to the Earth's surface dipping down to an altitude of 200km (124mi). This leads to an increased flux of energetic particles in this region and exposes orbiting satellites to higher than usual levels of radiation. The effect is caused by the non-concentricity of the Earth and its magnetic dipole, and the SAA is the near-Earth region where the Earth's magnetic field is weakest.



"Enormous gamma-ray flares ...such as this giant flare from magnetar SGR 1806-20--affect our lower ionosphere to such a massive degree that by simply watching and measuring its response to and recovery from the flare, learn more about the dynamics of these upper atmospheric regions, space weather, as well as communication and navigation systems," …atmospheric electrical phenomena known as "elves" (horizontally expanding discharges at high altitudes), "red sprites" (diffuse blobs that begin at the base of the ionosphere) and "blue jets" (branches that shoot up from cloud tops).   ionospheric effects of a giant gamma-ray flare from another star.     It occurred on Aug. 27, 1998, in the middle of the night (as recorded at Stanford in the Pacific Daylight Time zone), but it ionized the atmosphere to levels usually found only during daytime.


Like a lighthouse whose spinning beam hits a specific point on shore at regular intervals, this neutron star had a periodicity. It spewed gamma rays every 5.16 seconds. "We observed the ionosphere respond to that," Inan said. "The ionosphere was in fact pulsating at night."




Polar Motion in graphs from 11/1/2014 to 4/3/2016



“it appears as if we have made up for the pause.  The earth rotated without a wobble in 2006 (may be due to the giant quake in 2004), a potential adjustment.  But now its making up for it.  Notice the pole coordinates above, we are a rogue planet making our own path...” ~ SR . “There appears to be a lot of firsts in this End of Age, and beginning of a new one.  However, our recorded history is very short ~ a twinkle of an eye in the cosmos.”



No Movement of Earth’s Axis Spin February 8, 2006, MWM.   For at least three and a half weeks there has been almost no movement of the spin axis in the normal spiral track of Chandlers Wobble.  See analysis of the pause in the wobble as of February 8, 2006 at the website. Have we come to a profound change in the geophysics of the Earth?  Why this sudden change in what usually has been for the past 100 years or more a fairly regular, fairly predictable wobble track. wobble is generated by the differential pulling of the Moon and the Sun on the Earth's equatorial bulge.  Beginning of November 2005,  the track of the location of the spin axis veered at a very sharp right angle to its circling motion.  The track of the spin axis began to slow down and by about January 8, 2006, it ceased nearly all relative motion on the x and y coordinates which are used to define the daily changing location of the spin axis.


The Earth’s Wobble Remains Paused   -    2/20 Michael Mandeville.    What this portends, no one knows.-- Five weeks after the beginning of the pause on ~January 8, 2006, the Earth still has almost no net wobble motion, aside from very minor quivers such as are typically caused by atmospheric and tidal conditions. During the past few days, however, a slight motion “backwards” can be observed in the track of the wobble. Chandler’s Wobble is virtually flat line but the latest graphs from the IERS (International Earth Rotation Service), which is the only authoritative source of information on the motions of the poles (and earth’s crust) shows a little reversal of the track. Other than this reversal, the daily track of the location of the Spin Axis, as seen through spiral graphs, such as Wobble Track software, is showing only tiny little rotations of a few days in duration in almost the same spot. Something has paused the normal spiral motion of the Spin Axis.


Quite obviously we can deduce that there is a relatively large, developing anomaly in the spiraling motion of the spin axis, including an huge phase shift, a shortening of the length of the normal 7 year cycle, the tightening of the spiral motion into an exceptionally small spiral, and a major acceleration in the drift of the Spin Axis (secular drift of the poles, or so-called True Polar Wander). This anomaly is on-going. Examination of other anomalous periods in the wobble (1932-38 and 1958-1964) clearly reveals that this record breaking anomaly portends major changes in tectonic activity during ensuing years, including a dramatic increase in volcanism during 2006/2007, continued increases in global warming effects, with a dramatic upsurge to commence during the summer of 2007 and carrying onward into 2008, as well as several periods during 2006/07 of greater than normal swarms of large earthquakes in the Northern Arc of the Pacific Rim of Fire, ranging from Central America through California to Alaska and down into Japan and the Philippines. ...



A Type Ia supernova, SN1994D, is shown exploding in lower left corner of this image of the galaxy NGC 4526 taken by the Hubble Space Telescope (HST). (Credit: High-Z Supernova Search Team, HST, NASA)




LUNAR ECLIPSE 2010











 






















 



Brightest Galactic Flash Ever Detected Hits Earth   [DETECTED 12/27 - Day after INDONESIAN QUAKE ]        By Robert Roy Britt 18 posted February, 2005

A huge explosion halfway across the galaxy packed so much power it briefly altered Earth's upper atmosphere in December, astronomers said Friday. No known eruption beyond our solar system has ever appeared as bright upon arrival.   But you could not have seen it, unless you can top the X-ray vision of Superman: In gamma rays, the event equaled the brightness of the full Moon's reflected visible light.

The blast originated about 50,000 light-years away and was detected Dec. 27.


ENERGY EVENT THAT SHOOK THE WORLD ON DEC. 22, 2010       Earthquake sensors around the world detected a large spike on December 22, 2010 at exactly the same time, and then on December 23, 2010, a massive storm erupted on the planet Saturn and is growing into a real monster.  It was like a field of energy hit the entire solar system.  Then on January 2, 2011, birds started falling from the sky and sea creatures washing upon the beach dead.  The next event occurred on January 11, 2011 when a wobble in the physical field of the earth was detected.  

2011 Scientists say the powerful solar flares lately have affected the earth's magnetic north and moved it 500 miles--and then it bounced back within seconds.

 MASSIVE STORM ON SATURN CONTINUES TO GROW  Jan 31, 2011     [  YES, Saturn had shown unusual activity for months. ~  Astrologically it has had oppositions to the other planets during this period.


BOW SHOCK ~ Supernova Shockwave  [ ...a major shock wave strikes before the light that lands an impact - fast stellar wind blows & piles up in front of it to create a shock wave in the gas and dust surrounding it in the space between the stars.]  

---WISE, captured an image of the star Alpha Camelopardalis, or Alpha Cam, in astronomer-speak, speeding through the sky like a motorcyclist zipping through rush-hour traffic. The supergiant star Alpha Cam is the bright star in the middle of this image, surrounded on one side by an arc-shaped cloud of dust and gas -- a bow shock -- which is colored red in an infrared view. 

---Between 1,600 and 6,900 light-years away and moving at an astonishing rate of somewhere between 680 and 4,200 kilometers per second (between 1.5 and 9.4 million mph). It turns out that WISE is particularly adept at imaging bow shocks from runaway stars.

---we have observed a gamma ray burst and a supernova simultaneously an unusual event which gives us a long awaited confirmation of the theory that gamma ray bursts are indeed associated with exploding giant stars", explains Johan Fynbo, astrophysicist at the Dark Cosmology Center, Niels Bohr Institute at the University of Copenhagen.  ---spacing between the X-ray stripes corresponds to the radius of the spiraling motion of the highest energy protons in the supernova remnant, the spacing corresponds to energies about 100 times higher than reached in the Large Hadron Collider. These energies equal the highest energies of cosmic rays thought to be produced in our Galaxy.



Mysterious 'Ribbon' of Energy and Particles That Wrap Around Solar System's Heliosphere Isolated   ScienceDaily (Mar. 31, 2011).   The ribbon appears to be wrapped like a belt on top of the globally distributed emissions of the broader sky, and by separating it from the background emissions scientists can now see what's underneath the ribbon.  Discovery of a "tail" of emissions in the underlying boundary landscape, which is apparently deflected in the direction of the galactic magnetic field as the ribbon seems to indicate. "This galactic magnetic field may be a missing key to understanding how the heliosphere protects the solar system from galactic cosmic rays."http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2011/03/110331114935.htm   

PhysOrg.com   9/30/10   The unusual "knot" in the bright, narrow ribbon of neutral atoms emanating in from the boundary between our solar system and interstellar space appears to have "untied,"  These particles originate in our magnetized solar system, or heliosphere—the region from the sun to where the solar wind meets the local interstellar medium (LISM). First these particles lose their charge and fly out of the heliosphere. At some distance they charge again and start “orbiting” a field line of the local interstellar magnetic field, where they get “recycled” by losing their charge again. Solar physicists did not expect this “mirror effect,” which is "somewhat analogous to exploring an unknown cave."


Cosmic dust -

     Generally, An Average Of 40 Tons Per Day Of Extraterrestrial Material Falls To The Earth.



BUBBLES IN SPACE

Voyager spacecrafts, nearly 10 billion miles away from Earth, are traveling in a boundary region. In that area, the solar wind and magnetic field are affected by material expelled from other stars in our corner of the Milky Way galaxy.   "The sun's magnetic field extends all the way to the edge of the solar system, ...the sun spins, its magnetic field becomes twisted and wrinkled, a bit like a ballerina's skirt. Far, far away from the sun, where the Voyagers are, the folds of the skirt bunch up."

There is evidence for the existence of the bubbles which originates from an instrument aboard the spacecraft that measures energetic particles. Investigators, "We are still trying to wrap our minds around the implications of the findings...". 6/2011



Powerful radio pulses puzzle astronomers

          18:00 02 March 2005      NewScientist.com news service         Stephen Battersby

A mystery object near the centre of our galaxy is sending out powerful pulses of radio waves. It is unlike any known sourceA team of astronomers led by Scott Hyman of Sweet Briar College, Virginia, US, detected the mysterious source using the Very Large Array radio telescope in New Mexico.  The pulses are coming from a spot just to one side of the galactic centre. Each pulse lasts about 10 minutes, and they repeat regularly every 77 minutes. If, as the researchers think, the source is near the centre of the Milky Way, it would be one of the most powerful emitters in the galaxy.  Nature (vol 434, p 50)   


STARQUAKES  ... New Type of Cosmic Explosion More Powerful Than Supernovae      August 5, 2004  StarQuakes

The Oddball Hosts of Gamma-ray Bursts October 22, 2008

When their time is up, stars make their exits in a number of flamboyant ways. The most massive stars leave with the greatest fanfare of all – blasting out gamma-ray bursts (GRBs), tremendous explosions that rock the Universe like nothing else. These spectacular blasts, second in power only to the Big Bang, occur when stars 50 to 100 times more massive than our sun use up all their fuel and collapse.



MOON ANOMALY 2011

DOES THE MOON CHANGE ITS FACE IN THREE DAYS?

 





d SUPERNOVA Event SN2011 dh -- March 2011. Several combined telescopes spread over Spain, Sweden, Germany and Finland, and the data processing by means of a supercomputer in The Netherlands, enabled the capacity of a telescope measuring thousands of kilometres to view the event. Thus, a really clear image has been obtained, with a detail a hundred times greater than that of the space telescope Hubble. This technique, known as radio interferometry, has allowed Iván Martí and his team to take a photograph of the supernova SN2011dh just days after its explosion.This experiment is beating a record: 'this is the earliest high resolution image of a supernova explosion.



ASTRONOMY:  COINCIDENCE OR NOT?

RARE SUPERNOVA 3/10/11   http://www.physorg.com/news/2011-03-rare-cosmic-explosion.html    They say it may be too far to have an effect, but they’re not sure.   Other articles say that supernovas are rare events happening every 50 yrs or so.  This has already turned out to be a fallacy.


---New Supernova Remnant Lights Up: SN1987A Shines Again   (June 13, 2011) — Light from an exploding star in a neighboring galaxy has suddenly begun to glow brighter as the shock wave and X-rays hit surrounding debris. We are witnessing the change.



Scientists Discover an 'Instant Cosmic Classic' Supernova

ScienceDaily (Aug. 25, 2011)

A supernova discovered August 24 is closer to Earth -- approximately 21 million light-years away -- than any other of its kind in a generation. Astronomers believe they caught the supernova within hours of its explosion, a rare feat made possible with a specialized survey telescope and state-of-the-art computational tools.

... "the supernova of a generation."      The supernova, dubbed PTF 11kly, occurred in the Pinwheel Galaxy, located in the "Big Dipper," otherwise known as the Ursa Major constellation.

"When you catch them this early, mixed in with the explosion you can actually see unburned bits from star that exploded!  It is remarkable," said Andrew Howell of UC Santa Barbara/Las Cumbres Global Telescope Network. "We are finding new clues to solving the mystery of the origin of these supernovae that has perplexed us for 70 years. Despite looking at thousands of supernovae, I've never seen anything like this before."                            



Cosmic Accelerator.  Cosmic rays are not produced by supernova explosions.  Cosmic rays are ionized particles, or fragmented atoms. Electrons are stripped from atoms, leaving them free to move, with positively charged nuclei remaining. The majority of cosmic rays are single protons (hydrogen ions), but uranium and other massive ions have also been detected.   Most cosmic rays are at energy levels below one billion electron volts, so when they hit atoms in Earth's atmosphere they initiate small secondary showers of particles and are absorbed before they reach the ground.



                         



Our galaxy has many mysteries to unfold as we review all the stories we have been told since ancient times. Mysteries ancients knew without the aide of a sophisticated telescope or Hubble, as far as we know ~ at least no devices remain from those times.


Science News Nov 10, 2010- BUBBLE. The feature spans 50,000 light-years and may be the remnant of an eruption from a supersized black hole at the center of our galaxy.  The picture above is shows a bubble spewing out of the black hole end to end in our own Milky Way.  The structure spans more than half of the visible sky, from the constellation Virgo to the constellation Grus, and it may be millions of years old.   The bubbles also appear to have well-defined edges. The structure's shape and emissions suggest it was formed as a result of a large and relatively rapid energy release -- the source of which remains a mystery.


SPACE NEWS:  RIBBON detected.

Recent discoveries in space include material scientists have called a “ribbon” initially intact, which this year has broken apart.   2011 a mysterious substance on the outer rim of the earth was noticed and called “bubbles” which protects the earth from cosmic rays they believe.

 


SUPERWAVE EFFECTS




HAS A SUPERWAVE ENTERED OUR SOLAR SYSTEM?

CAN A SUPERWAVE BE DETECTED ?

***https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lv9UUrhe7nE

   “iridium /nickel abundant in cosmic dust, gold,  polar samples. “ says Paul LaViolette. “Galactic Superwaves !  12,000 yrs ago-proof.  [ Paul’s papers on the G2 cloud were very compelling, however, he points out that it did not happen ( a star pulled in ) : his theory was on a Star being caught in the superwave’ from the galactic center and the effects after that star exploded as it was being drawn into the black hole GC. ]

    Humans left a trail of information to conclude these things do happen. Magnetic fields can’t stop them because it reorients them traveling at speed of light. Super massive star is generating matter, then the mass gets unstable enough it can go to explosive levels...like a Gamma Ray Burst in three minutes called Quasar.  Superwave a core explosion, protons and elections are thrown out.  Reaching us like a pulse, and includes a gravity wave.  A tidal wave, not spin pole reversal ... jerk of the pole would have a profound effects.  It could generate a ring current - it can reverse the earth’s natural magnetic field.

     Sun effect is much worse than the superwave with cosmic dust shrouding the sun and turning it into a flare star ~ if an event reverses polarity fields, it will be...cycling back and forth between the poles.  This also effects levels of UV which can impact skin.

     Cosmic rays eject electron showers which carbonizes the trees and suggests coal may have happened overnight.   ~[ paraphrasing key points in Paul’s interview ~ SR].

     It may be that our Star SOL may be the one that is being pulled closer to the GC and we will see the results firsthand ~ SR.




Our future may not be in our hands to change. The solar system and Sun changes are evolving in ways we couldn’t have imagined a century ago.  And with tales of a pulsing sun, a radiation RED SUN and odd reflections in the sky ~ we ponder many ideas. As our earth becomes flooded overnight in many areas we ask : are continents sinking or our skies exploding due to the Sun?  Is our Sun going supernova?  Is Sol changing into a Red Giant?


How will our civilization survive the transformation? This page reviews many theories and articles over time on this very question.









N Lobe / S Lobe GC (G1 cloud entry)-both the north and south lobes and; (ii) that the process that created the lobes is symmetric about the Galactic plane and its engine is (or is located close to) Sgr A.  The obvious interpretation of this morphology [ early 2009 Laviolette, PA : paper “Galactic Superwaves and their Impact on the Earth “] is that energetic events simultaneously ejected diametrically opposed blobs of hot gas.





 






Dr Richard Alan, who is often controversial has his own theory of current events.



Sol and the solar system in the interstellar medium is riding on an arm with

Sagittarius aligned with the Galactic center and Orion on the other side.




Great forces are bombarding the earth from space.  Is it due to the weakening Magnetosphere?  Has incoming spikes and cosmic rays grown since 2004 when Sumatra quake hit, then again in 2011 when Japan was struck?  The graph shows that SHOCKWAVES could strike even before the light is detected.   Would explain the incoming pressures on earth and sudden movement of the crust as our inner core responds to impact surges?


Summary: Supernovas produce shockwaves and most small supergiants do not. It is only after the light is visible do we know when a WAVE WILL STRIKE or has struck.


Science says there was a SHOCKWAVE on 4th day of a SUPERNOVA blast flash and the breakout lasted a full 20min.  These cataclysmic stellar events deliver explosions...

For example, in 2011 massive stars called red supergiants exploded : KSN2011d was 500x size of our sun. If a Pulsar Neutron Star emits during a weak magnetosphere it could potentially pass right through earth’s atmosphere. There is also some discussion about the emitter from the galactic center.



BETELGEUSe is shedding says Science.

The bright, red star Betelgeuse, in the constellation Orion, has entered the twilight of its life. Like many stars of a similar size that reach the end of the road, Betelgeuse is slowly shedding its mortal coil — by ejecting much of its mass out into space.   This phase of star death is extremely common in the universe — in about 5 billion years, when the sun starts to die, it too will become a "red giant."

It [our sun] will shed much of its mass and  swell to such an enormous size that it will engulf Mercury, Venus and Earth. [Betelgeuse appears larger in this picture and Orion’s belt star and the sword appear even brighter.]



GALACTIC CENTER  A G1 & G2 CLOUD near SGR A


X Ray Flares from the Galactic Center Hitting Earth

The infinity sign above and below the center of our Galaxy.  Our own black holes release of the most powerful rays in the universe.






Celestial bodies can give off waves of matter. Has anyone noticed the sun getting hotter?  Sol has been both vibrant red and blue on many occasions ~ SR.




Superclusters – regions of space that are densely packed with galaxies – are the biggest structures in the Universe. But scientists have struggled to define exactly where one supercluster ends and another begins. Now, a team based in Hawaii has come up with a new technique that maps the Universe according to the flow of galaxies across space. Redrawing the boundaries of the cosmic map, they redefine our home supercluster and name it Laniakea, means ‘immeasurable heaven’ in Hawaiian.- Nature Sept 2014.

*This model evolved over 40 years of work by Nature,

- enjoy the videos below - STAR CLUSTER CALLED LANIAKEA “Immeasurable Heaven.”.



“We are bits of star dust in communication with the cosmos.  We are a speck in the overall universe seeking to know ourselves.” - SR





  Discovery of an “assassin” STAR.   MAGNETAR THE TERRIBLE  --ASASSN-15lh.   

A supernova is a star that explodes and emits a tremendous amount of light. (Don't worry, though—our Sun lacks the mass to go supernova. Instead, in about 7.5 billion years it'll become a red giant, shed its skin, and form a nebula. In the process, it will erase our planet from the universe.) A star that has gone supernova collapses in on itself and can form a neutron star.     A magnetar is an extremely rare, spinning neutron star with a massively strong magnetic field. They are thought to power superluminous supernovae like the one just discovered. Because of the immensity of       ASAS-SN-15lh,  . “It takes a lot of energy to shine that bright, and that energy has to come from somewhere,”  investigator of the ASAS-SN team. "If it really is a magnetar, it’s as if nature took everything we know about magnetars and turned it up to 11."      “The honest answer is at this point that we do not know what could be the power source for ASASSN-15lh." A magnetar of this strength tests the limits of the laws of physics: “The explosion’s mechanism and power source remain shrouded in mystery because all known theories meet serious challenges in explaining the immense amount of energy ASASSN-15lh has radiated.”           Below, you can see before-and-after pseudo-color images showing, at left, the host galaxy before the explosion of ASASSN-15lh, taken by the Dark Energy Camera (DECam); and at right, the supernova, captured by the Las Cumbres Observatory Global Telescope Network (LCOGT) 1-meter telescope network. ...

~ says Universetoday.com


June 2016 – SPACE – Astronomers are not entirely sure what it is. If, as they suspect, the gas ball is the result of a supernova, then it’s the most powerful supernova ever seen. In June of 2015, astronomers viewed a ball of hot gas billions of light years away that is radiating the energy of hundreds of billions of suns.
...

“The honest answer is at this point that we do not know what could be the power source for ASASSN-15lh,” said Subo Dong, lead author of the Science paper and a Youth Qianren Research Professor of astronomy at the Kavli Institute for Astronomy and Astrophysics at Peking University. He added that the discovery “may lead to new thinking and new observations of the whole class of superluminous supernova.” Todd Thompson, professor of astronomy at Ohio State, offered one possible explanation. The supernova could have spawned an extremely rare type of star called a millisecond magnetar, a rapidly spinning and very dense star with a very strong magnetic field.

To shine so bright, this particular magnetar would also have to spin at least 1,000 times a second, and convert all that rotational energy to light with nearly 100 percent efficiency, Thompson explained. It would be the most extreme example of a magnetar that scientists believe to be physically possible. “Given those constraints,” he said, “will we ever see anything more luminous than this? If it truly is a magnetar, then the answer is basically no.”  –Daily Galaxy

      

[ Could this Magnetar be the source of the spikes of consistent energy the earth is receiving? Called The Destroyer?  Does it seem like the Stars are more luminous now? ]





Science says might happen... sound like conspiracy theory from astrophysicists?  Aren’t these connections linked to  neuronal  highways in space?


Two Orange Dwarf Stars To Reach The Solar System Might Wipe Out Human race

http://au.ibtimes.com/articles/577776/20150102/orange-dwarf-star-solar-system-earth.htm#.VKbvhSeE0oY

Some would say that the given time frame is truly a long stretch from today. However, the big threat that the phenomena might cause makes the study worth considering as it will have direct effect to future humanity.   Reuters
     A long filament of solar material that had been hovering in the Sun's atmosphere, the corona, erupts out into space at 4:36 p.m. EDT on August 31, 2012. The coronal mass ejection, or CME, traveled at over 900 miles per second. The CME did not travel directly toward Earth, but did connect with Earth's magnetic environment, or magnetosphere, causing aurora to appear on the night of September 3, 2012. The image above includes an image of Earth to show the size of the CME compared to the size of Earth.


     European astrophysicist Coryn Bailer-Jones who works at the Max Planck Institute for Astronomy in Heidelberg, Germany is predicting that around 14 stars might come within the next few million years. The astrophysicist came to this prediction after analysing the computer-simulated orbits of more than 50,000 stars that are nearby. The prediction also says that among the thousands of neighboring stars, there at least two that humanity should worry about, Forbes reports.

     Bailer-Jones' study is set to appear in an upcoming issue of Astronomy & Astrophysics journal. According to the study, the possibility of the dwarf stars entering the boundaries of the solar system might potentially disturb the trillions of comets orbiting in the Oort cloud beyond the primary planets. This might send many comets into the inner solar system and has the potential to hit Earth. Apparently, the comets are made of rocks, dust and organic materials.

    According to New Scientist's report, the two stars that have 90 percent probability of reaching the solar system the closest are named as Hip 85605 and GL 710. The Hip 85605 might reach the solar system in 0.13 to 0.65 light years away, while the GL 710 might take around 0.32 to 1.44 light years in the next 1.3 million years.

     The estimate on the current position of the Hip 85605 and GL 710 is not accurate and could still be wrong. However, the threat posed by the movements of these stars nearing the solar system is not a joke.

Report says that the Earth can be affected in three ways. First, the gravity can attract comets into the inner solar system and the passing comets might harshly affect Earth's atmosphere due to the powerful ultraviolet radiation that the comets might cause.   Second, a small number of the alleged stars might explode like supernova while passing through the Oort Cloud. Finally, the study says that the effect of the supernova remnants could cause long-term global cooling. The global cooling was also suspected to have wiped out the dinosaurs in the past and it is possible that's such incident might wipe out the human race millions of years from now.


Strange Object Near Milky Way's Black Hole Stirs Scientific Debate

The Huffington Post  |  By Macrina Cooper-White  Posted: 01/02/2015

Astronomers may be a step closer to solving the mystery of a strange object seen orbiting the massive black hole at the center of our Milky Way galaxy. Dubbed G2, the object was first spotted in 2011 and was thought initially to be a gas cloud on the verge of being ripped apart by the black hole, which is known as Sagittarius A*.

But when the object stayed intact, some scientists suggested G2 was something else: a pair of binary stars.   But now a team of scientists at the Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics in Garching, Germany have sparked new debate, offering more evidence to support the gas cloud theory.  For their research, the team used a computer model to compare the orbit of G2 to that of G1, another object observed near Sagittarius A* a decade ago.“We explored the connection between G1 and G2 and find an astonishing similarity in both orbits,” team member Dr. Stefan Gillessen said in a written statement.  High-resolution images of the center of our Milky Way, with x marking the galaxy's black hole. G1 and G2 are shown in blue and red, respectively.   The similarity suggests that the two objects are dense clumps of gas that are part of a larger "gas streamer"--sort of beads on a string--Space.com reported.   “The good agreement of the model with the data renders the idea that G1 and G2 are part of the same gas streamer highly plausible,” Gillessen said in the statement.    The new research was published online in November in the preprint journal arXiv.org and has been accepted for publication in the Astrophysical Journal.

BLACK HOLE OUTBURST DETECTED OCTOBER 20, 2014

Haggard and her team detected an X-ray outburst last September that was 400 times brighter than the usual X-ray output from Sgr A*. This "megaflare" was nearly three times brighter than the previous record holder that was seen in early 2012. A second enormous X-ray flare, 200 times brighter than Sgr A* in its quiet state, was observed with Chandra on October 20, 2014. A working theory as to the cause of this record-breaking event is that the magnetic field lines within the material flowing towards Sgr A* are packed incredibly tightly. If this were the case, these field lines would occasionally interconnect and reconfigure themselves. When this happens, their magnetic energy is converted into the energy of motion, heat and the acceleration of particles -- which could produce a bright X-ray flare. Such magnetic flares are seen on the Sun, and the Sgr A* flares have a similar pattern of brightness levels to the solar events.- earthchangesmedia






“I suggest you watch the overview of the Star Clusters below first ( #1 ),  then view the deeper model.” ~ SR


2014 Star Map Clusters took 40 years to complete

STAR CLUSTER CALLED LANIAKEA “Immeasurable Heaven.” #1

The milky way galaxy resides in a network of constellations... [ a neuronal highway ]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rENyyRwxpHo#t=23


The deeper 3d model of the *Laniakea Stars Cluster

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=No0omeHIxwo


NEW DISCOVERIES in IMMEASURABLE HEAVEN




The team has identified a deeper look into THE GREAT ATTRACTOR

Milky Way is propelling itself toward the great attractor, Virgo and then continue its journey to meet Andromeda.  Virgo is a marker to guide the Milky Way among the STARS.

In Alan Dressler’s 1994 book, “Voyage to the Great Attactor” he leads you there in the Laniakea.





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WHAT ARE X -RAYS REALLY?

Forget for a moment the scientific or wiki explanation...and just be an ancient astronomer.  The rays have become an X signature.  Here is my photo after shooting sunsets at this location for  10 years ~ the first time an X appears:


other shots   “Austin Skies”

“The X on shields from Mayan cultures and others could be many things, yet this ending/beginning of age is showing Markers of its uniqueness.    And how easy  the X turns into a plus, a positive, a cross for those on a journey through this era.
 

As we go through this unique age on earth.”~SR

Does it look similar to the Red Square Nebula? MWC 922 ?



Where is it located?  Ophiuchus’s “Serpens” constellation of the serpent.



CULTURAL MAPS by Nature 

   THIS VIDEO HAPPENS TO BE OF WESTERN CIVILIZATIONS - showing some immigration /migration of influence on various nations across time as populations explode.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4gIhRkCcD4U


1572 Supernovea

A long time ago, in a galaxy far far away, a star exploded.   This star exploded so violently that for a few weeks the star outshone its parent galaxy.  ...a systematic study of the phenomenon, inspired by Tycho's work on the supernova of 1572  .   Our image is a drawing of Kepler of the Supernova 1604 in the foot of Ophiuchus.

  

SN 1604, Kepler's Supernova

V 843 Ophiuchi, Supernova Type I in Ophiuchus

This type of explosion is called a Supernova.  The last one in our galaxy was 400 years ago, making us about 300 years overdue for the next one ... says rochesterastronomy.org


SUPERNOVA’S MAY TRIGGER MAJOR EARTHQUAKES


         
    

“Could a SUPERWAVE from Galactic Center change time as we know it?   I believe iT’s why time seems to be standING still and speeding up at the same time.”


“There is also a hint that it may visit our solar system August 16-17, 2015. a potential galactic gravity wave in beginning pulses.  Reminds me of the movie, ‘A Sound of Thunder”.    ~ SR




etheric.com

2014

“Paul has been watching closely for any changes in G2 cloud behavior for a star burst. He has an interesting site.”

Paul however, believes its a wave of electrons that may come in a wave to hit the earth between March & May. His calculations say it will hit our solar system from the G2 Cloud and have some effect.  Maybe not a catastrophic effect but it will be felt.  The superwave will be coming from Sagitarrius Constellation at 5 degrees on the zodiac.  It will be 45 degrees latitude from earth only 15 degrees above the horizon, yet below ecliptic for the blast range.  Although, it will ping around the world, and may last for a 100 years.


This mechanism makes all the difference in being able to understand what is currently transpiring within the G2 cloud, and what will continue to transpire as the G2 cloud approaches pericenter in March 2014.

Scoville and Burkert - the ion wind that is continuously emitted from the Galactic core impacts the G2 cloud and compresses it inward on this upwind side to form a bow shock around the star, the front of this shock reaching inward to as close as 13 AU from the embedded stellar mass.  They estimate the entire G2 cloud to have a length of 100 AU and to reside mostly on the downwind side of the star.



With news yesterday of the closest confirmed type Ia supernova since the 1800’s, astronomers in the northern hemisphere risked frostbite and hoped for clear skies to try and capture images of the newly named supernova, 2014J. La supernova 1.23.2014 M82 discovered and seen by some as early as Jan 11. The magnitude reached 10.5 .


Gamma Ray Bursts are coming from the center of our galaxy, at the foot of the 13th Sign “Ophiuchus” with the Arrow of Sagittarius pointing to the galactic center.


Astronomers supernova mystery      By Philip Dooley

An...uncharacteristic brightness of a supernova that exploded in 2010 was caused by a galaxy in front of it acting like a giant lens. A white dwarf star explodes to become a type 1a supernova when it reaches a critical mass. As this mass is the same for all white dwarfs, they always explode with the same amount of light intensity. They also have two unique signatures – a characteristic spectrum and a regular pattern in the way they fade in the month following the explosion.

    2010-“This one, named PS1-10afx, seemed very wrong,” says Quimby. “If this was a type 1a supernova and it was 30 times brighter than we think it should be, that would be a huge problem.”

The explosion was too bright, the team thought, because they had another independent means of estimating its distance. ---Its spectrum was redshifted (which happens when wavelengths of light are lengthened by the ubiquitous expansion of the universe) indicating it was extremely distant – about nine billion light years away. Judging from the light intensity alone the explosion was much closer.

    Spacetime curved by the galaxy would act like a giant lens, intensifying the supernova’s rays. Like someone standing on a mattress, a galaxy made of tens of billions of stars creates a dent in spacetime. Quimby suspected there must be just such a galaxy directly between us and the supernova. Spacetime curved by the galaxy would act like a giant lens, intensifying the supernova’s rays, much the same way a magnifying lens can intensify sunlight to burn paper. ...If it was a galaxy that was closer it would have a smaller redshift than the more distant supernova.   ...As suspected, the team found two sets of redshifts which indicated there were two galaxies, one 8.3 billion light years away that had lensed the light from the supernova in a galaxy 0.7 billion light years behind it. 



The Milky Way and its satellite galaxies, the Magellanic Clouds, rising above the hills of Azul in Argentina..   Sept 2013.    Our galaxy seems to be more milkshake than Milky Way, opening up a fresh cosmic mystery. A three-dimensional map of the speeds and distances of thousands of stars suggests that they are all shaken up and that the galaxy is undulating up and down, but no one knows why. (vertical distribution of stars in our corner of the galaxy and saw compressed layers that hinted at a wave moving through the disc.)


         

Weirdness In Cosmic Web Of The Universe: Faint strings of galaxies in 'empty' Space Arranged In Way Never Before Seen. 3/2014 . Australian astronomers have shown galaxies in the vast empty regions of the Universe are actually aligned into delicate strings, according to research published today in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society.   A team of astronomers based at The University of Western Australia node of the International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research (ICRAR) has found short strings...



Giant Explosions At Venus, Bigger Than The Entire Planet   Thursday, February 20, 2014 23:32           Researchers recently discovered that a common space weather phenomenon on the outskirts of Earth’s magnetic bubble, the magnetosphere, has much larger repercussions for Venus. The giant explosions, called hot flow anomalies, can be so large at Venus that they’re bigger than the entire planet and they can happen multiple times a day.“Not only are they gigantic,”  “But as Venus doesn’t have a magnetic field to protect itself, the hot flow anomalies happen right on top of the planet. They could swallow the planet whole.”         Giant perturbations called hot flow anomalies in the solar wind near Venus can pull the upper layers of its atmosphere, the ionosphere, up and away from the surface of the planet. 



Feb 8, 2013 SUPERNOVA - MASSIVE STAR EXPLODES before SUPERNOVA EXPLOSION.    London: Scientists have observed an outburst taking place a short time - just one month - before a massive star underwent a supernova explosion.   Certain large stars undergo a sort of "mini-explosion," before they go all-out supernova, throwing a good-sized chunk of their material off into space. outburst occurring just a little over a month before the onset of the supernova explosion was something of a surprise.---The exploding star, known as a type IIn supernova, began as a massive star, at least 8 times the mass of our sun. As such a star ages, the internal nuclear fusion that keeps it going produces heavier and heavier elements - until its core is mostly iron. At that point, the weighty core quickly collapses inward and the star explodes.

Though several models predict this behavior and evidence from supernovae points in this direction, actually observations of such pre-explosion outbursts have been rare.

The findings help to clarify the series of events leading up to the supernova, as well as providing insight into the processes taking place in the cores of such massive stars as they progress toward the final stage of their lives.


SUPERNOVA SHOCKWAVE  from Constellation Aquila. August 14,2013

The W44 shockwave.     The analysis shows that the expansion velocity of the W44 shockwave is 12.9 plus/minus 0.2 km/sec.    In addition, it became clear that the supernova explosion released kinetic energy of 1-3 x 10 to the power of 50 erg into the interstellar medium. The energy emitted from the Sun is approximately 3.6 x 10 to the power 33 erg/sec.



[ article Nov 21, 2013 when it happened in April??  Who knows why it took so long for the article.]

Brightest Explosion In the Universe Ever Seen Defies Astronomy Theories

by Denise Chow, SPACE.com Staff Writer   |   November 21, 2013

    A mysterious blast of light spotted earlier this year near the constellation Leo was actually the brightest gamma-ray burst ever recorded, and was triggered by an extremely powerful stellar explosion, new research reports.


          On April 27, 2013 several satellites — including NASA's Swift satellite and Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope — observed a BURST OF LIGHT unusually bright burst of gamma radiation. The explosion unleashed an energetic jet of particles that traveled at nearly the speed of light, researchers said.   "We suddenly saw a gamma-ray burst that was extremely bright — a monster gamma-ray burst," study co-author Daniele Malesani, an astrophysicist at the Niels Bohr Institute at the University of Copenhagen in Denmark, said in a statement. "This [was] one of the most powerful gamma-ray bursts we have ever observed with the Swift satellite."