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Solar Orbiter and the Sun’s Corona

18 September 2023
Astronomy, Electric Universe, Electromagnetism

At https://phys.org/news/2023-09-solar-orbiter-solution-year-old-mystery.html … which has an image of the Sun’s corona as seen by a beamed down product of Solar Orbiter’s Metis instrument. There is an enduring mystery, we are told, concerning the mystery of the  high temperatures of the corona. It is composed of magnetised gas, or plasma – otherwise known as electrified gas. The temperatures can be as high as one million degrees celsius. Rather hot. Turbulence in the plasma seems to be creating the excessive heat, is the mainstream thinking.

ESAs Solar Orbiter and NASAs Parker Solar Probe, are being used in combination to get a better handle on the mystery. Simultaneous measurements of the solar corona and the microphysical properties of the plasma took place, and low and behold, it confirmed the mainstream position. Turbulence is taking place.

Donald Scott, in chapter 2 of his book, ‘The Interconnected Cosmos‘ describes how the Sun works in an electric universe. You can purchase it from SIS – the cost is £24 plus postage. UK buyers can add on a couple of pounds and pay via PayPal at this web site.

At https://phys.org/news/2023-09-supermassive-black-holes-affect-chemical.html … supermassive black holes can have a direct impact on the chemical distribution of the host galaxy. The Sapphire Project came up with something similar a few years ago. Only, it wasn’t supermassive black holes, but plasma.

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