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HH46/47 (EXPLANATION OF NASA)
http://sscws1.ipac.caltech.edu/Imagegallery/image.php?image_name=ssc2003-06f

This image in the link from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope transforms a dark cloud into a silky translucent veil, revealing the molecular outflow from an otherwise hidden newborn star. Using near-infrared light, Spitzer pierces through the dark cloud to detect the embedded outflow in an object called HH 46/47. Herbig-Haro (HH) objects are bright, nebulous regions of gas and dust that are usually buried within dark clouds. They are formed when supersonic gas ejected from a forming protostar, or embryonic star, interacts with the surrounding interstellar medium. These young stars are often detected only in the infrared.

The Spitzer image was obtained with the infrared array camera. Emission at 3.6 microns is shown as blue, emission from 4.5 and 5.8 microns has been combined as green, and 8.0 micron emission is depicted as red.

HH 46/47 is a striking example of a low mass protostar ejecting a jet and creating a bipolar, or two-sided, outflow. The central protostar lies inside a dark cloud (known as a 'Bok globule') which is illuminated by the nearby Gum Nebula. Located at a distance of 1140 light-years and found in the constellation Vela, the protostar is hidden from view in the visible-light image (inset). With Spitzer, the star and its dazzling jets of molecular gas appear with clarity.

The 8-micron channel of the infrared array camera is sensitive to emission from polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. These organic molecules, comprised of carbon and hydrogen, are excited by the surrounding radiation field and become luminescent, accounting for the reddish cloud. Note that the boundary layer of the 8-micron emission corresponds to the lower right edge of the dark cloud in the visible-light picture.

Outflows are fascinating objects, since they characterize one of the most energetic phases of the formation of low-mass stars (like our Sun). The jets arising from these protostars can reach sizes of trillions of miles and velocities of hundreds of thousands miles per hour. Outflows are clear evidence of the presence of a process that creates supersonic beams of gas. This mechanism is tightly bound to the presence of circumstellar discs which surround the young stars. Such discs are likely to contain the materials from which planetary systems form. Our Sun probably underwent a similar process some 4.5 billion years ago. Hence the interest in understanding how quickly and efficiently this mass accretion and loss process takes place in protostars.

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HH46/47 (cosmogeological explanations)
NOTE:  This is not exploded stars by inner forces. Usually they have round shell. This is hit a star to the cold and dark high-dense nebula.
Each cold and dark high-dense nebula are formed after hit a black hole to the star or similar ultra dense nucleus. There are very many black holes wandering near the galaxy plane. http://www.cosmogeology.ge/chapter-9.htm
They are great problem for gravitational order of the galaxy and dangerous visitors in the plane of stars. I find one of the excellent images of dangerous event.     In the image Unwrapping the Pillars is observational confirmation.
http://sscws1.ipac.caltech.edu/Imagegallery/image.php?image_name=ssc2007-01d

http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap970119.html

Image HH 46/47 from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope transforms a dark cloud into a silky translucent veil, revealing the molecular outflow after hit of star and dark high-dense nebula. These hit events are often detected only in the infrared through nuclear clouds. Using near-infrared light, Spitzer pierces through the dark cloud to detect the embedded outflow in an object called HH 46/47.  Herbig-Haro (HH) objects are bright, nebulous regions of gas and dust that are usually buried within dark clouds. They are formed when supersonic gas ejected after hit of star and dark high-dense nebula. the surrounding shell of remnants is formed by debris of ultra dense nucleus. Usually multi-stage separated debris of ultra dense nucleus are demolishing and expanding rapidly.   http://ipac.jpl.nasa.gov/web_movies/pa/ssc2003-06v4.wmv

The Spitzer image was obtained with the infrared array camera. Emission at 3.6 microns is shown as blue, emission from 4.5 and 5.8 microns has been combined as green, and 8.0 micron emission is depicted as red.

HH 46/47 is a striking example between of star and dark high-dense nebula ejecting a jet and creating a bipolar, or two-sided, outflow. The centre of catastrophe lies inside a dark cloud (known as a 'Bok globule') which is illuminated by the nearby Gum Nebula. Located at a distance of 1140 light-years and found in the constellation Vela, the centre of catastrophe is hidden from view in the visible-light image (inset). With Spitzer, the centre of catastrophe and its dazzling jets of molecular gas appear with clarity.

The 8-micron channel of the infrared array camera is sensitive to emission from polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (nuclear synthesis reactions). These organic molecules, comprised of carbon and hydrogen, are excited by the surrounding radiation field and become luminescent, accounting for the reddish cloud. Note that the boundary layer of the 8-micron emission corresponds to the lower right edge of the dark cloud in the visible-light picture.

Outflows are fascinating objects; since they characterize one of the most energetic beginning phases of the formation recycling small nebulas. The jets arising from these centre of catastrophe can reach sizes of trillions of miles and velocities of hundreds of thousands miles per hour. Outflows are clear evidence of the presence of a process that creates supersonic beams of gas. This mechanism is not bound to the presence of circumstellar discs which surround the exploded stars (pulsars). Such discs are likely to contain rapid expending shell of star’s core. The material can from interstellar planetary mass objects.

Any remaining doubts about planetary systems forming directly from spiral galaxy nucleus were further reduced by Wolszczan’s 1994 report of rocky, Earth-like planets orbiting pulsar PSR 1257+12. (pulsar is ultra-dense nucleus and remnant core of exploded star. According by many evidence it mainly consist of neutrons (neutron star). Debris of the ultra dense nucleus (core) are not stabile and rapid demolishing creates enormous nuclear black clouds “Unwrapping Pillars” within galaxy. Evidence in the link.
http://sscws1.ipac.caltech.edu/Imagegallery/image.php?image_name=ssc2007-01d
Core (ultra dense nucleus) has about 90-99% of whole planetary system mass. PSR 1257+12 is reason of very interesting conclusions.
1. Star was exploded but planets were survived.
2. Shell of core has insignificant mass of whole stellar system, because planets are orbiting pulsar still.
3. Rapidly extending shell of low-dense gasses does not create planets because They were existing by explosion time.
4. SUPERNOVA’S CORE IS NOT Fe-RICH REMNANT, IT IS ULTRA DENSE NUCLEUS AND MAINLY CONSIST OF NEUTRONS ONLY.
5. BLACK HOLE IS COOLED PULSAR (NEITRON STAR)
There are many wrong data and researches about formation of stars
Stars are not forming into nebulas! There are not “embryonic stars”. They are activated stars. Stars are gravitated remnants of exploded stars (light, heavy, super heavy elements and admixtures). This is source of additional huge spot masses (light, heavy, super heavy elements and admixtures) and additional rapid variation brightness. Because the glowing star is alike of an “Embryonic star”…

http://ipac.jpl.nasa.gov/media_images/ssc2003-06a2.jpg

Look attentively at the picture. You can find enormous hole in the nebula (remnant of a star).
Ok. I’ve believed the old scientific fairy-tale about formation of a stars.
Ok. Star is formed in the hole.
Why other parts of nebula exist still?
Why still are not formed stars there?
This is observational evidence for open minds only! Where is truth?
COSMOGEOLOGYCAL (or modern cosmological) EXPLANATION!
Rapid expanding Shell of an exploded star has different velocity Relatively of nearest surrounded stars.
The shell could cross nearest star and formed enormous hole.
Of coarse star has gravitated surrounded nuclear cloud and created the hole.
For open minds I’ve proved that – The stars are not formed into nebula!

Where the stars are forming in the galaxy? Where is the parent star?

There is only one main space coordinate in the spiral galaxy. CENTRE!!!


Our Sun probably underwent an eruption process from SGN some 5 billion years ago. Hence the interest in understanding how quickly and efficiently this mass accretion and loss process takes place in the centre of SGN.
Everything you can understand in the link.
The link-  http://www.cosmogeology.ge/chapter-28.htm  -is revolution in the Astronomy.

Truth victorious!

« Last Edit: 17/01/2008 13:05:21 by K.Margiani »


 

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