A mysterious out-of-this-world barrier is spotted in the very center of our galaxy.
Astronomy and Astrophysics are the only science that has yet to unlock the mysteries of a mysterious barrier that has been found at the core of the galaxy. The latest discovery suggests that there is a large barrier that exists at the Milky Way’s core. Although astronomers have spotted infrared radiation from this phenomenon, they do not know what it is made of. Until the infrared technology is perfected, this mystery will remain a mystery.
Studying the Milky Way through telescopes is a difficult task, as it is very cloudy and very small in size, making it practically inaccessible for most amateur astronomers. However, with the use of high-tech equipment such as NASA’s Chandra telescope, astronomers are able to detect subtle hints of activity within the Milky Way. One of these hints is a 10 micrometer wide spiral arm of cold gas that seems to go on for thousands of light years.
This discovery by a team of German researchers was announced in June of 2021 and is one of many that have been made by the European Southern Observatory. Over thirty years ago, another research team discovered a similar spiral structure that existed to exist almost as far away as the current-day galaxy. They called this ‘the first spiral arm.’
In these studies, astronomers found that the spiral arm has a mass about ten times that of gas that makes up the sun. Although astronomers cannot see the chemical makeup of this unique material, they believe it to be a material known as a ‘psuedospermum’ or a ‘co-propelled molecule.’ This is much less dense than ordinary molecular gas, which would make the barrier even more hard to spot. The reason why astronomers can only detect the barrier by detecting light that has passed through it, is because it is so far away.
When this material was first spotted, it was thought to be made of a metal, but it turned out that it was in fact made of metal-like prominence’s. Scientists believe that the material is a mixture of titanium and aluminum. If scientists are able to map the structure, they will learn how much of each element is present. This will help them understand if the barrier is man-made. Finding out is the first step towards understanding what is causing these storms and what, if anything, can be done to prevent them from happening.
For years, the mystery of the atmosphere around our planet has been left unexplained. Many theories have been created, but no one has been able to point towards any sort of reason for its formation. However, a new theory suggests that there is a huge mystery beyond the atmosphere, and that it is directly related to comets. Comets can significantly affect the overall makeup of the atmosphere, and these strange storms could be caused by a collision between two comets.
Even though the evidence proving the theories are faint, scientists are not ruling anything out. Finding the secret to this mystery will only lead to more studies and hopefully, a breakthrough. So far, we have only scratched the surface in terms of understanding the very makeup of this barrier. It’s just like finding the Grand Canyon you just know when you’ve found something interesting. Now, with a little luck and research, you too might be able to find out what is stopping us from looking out at the beautiful sights that nature has to offer.
There are many mysteries in life that are waiting to be solved. Science has made a lot of progress in understanding everything, and this includes the mysteries of the atmosphere.
Does The Object in the Center of the Milky Way Obstruct Cosmic Radiation?
The object at the center of the Milky Way is actually blocking cosmic rays from reaching the Earth. This is the latest discovery of astro scientists. They detected this object using the Keck telescope. They found that the object at the center of the milky way is blocking most of the high energy cosmic rays, which expected to arrive at the Earth on December 31st, 2021. The research was carried out to find out why this phenomenon happens.
According to the researches, the object at the center of the milky way is slowly spinning and is blocking the arrival of the cosmic rays. If cosmic rays arrive, they are expected to collide with other atoms, but due to the rotation of theroid, they do not collide. This leads to loss of energy. Due to this effect, the radiation from this object has decreased strength.
We know that almost all objects have an invisible radiation field which spreads in a disk. These radiation waves cannot be seen by us. Only very high frequency cosmic rays can be seen by our sensors. If this object is rotating, its spinning magnetic field is emitting high frequency radiation waves which are invisible to us. These waves cannot be detected by our ordinary sensors available on earth.
Therefore, these rays cannot be absorbed by our atmosphere. Only a very high-frequency electromagnetic field emitted by an orbiting object can penetrate our atmosphere. The astronomers discovered this phenomenon when a Very Small Planet (TVP) passed close to the Earth. The transit period of this planet was very short because it passed very close to our solar system. Very Small Planets with a strong solar wind (solar wind energy) passed within the pale sunglium boundary area where the radio and gamma rays from space were absorbed by the carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. These frequencies got shifted due to the rotation of the TVP.
When the object moved from the disk, it caused the radiation to go above the visible range. Thus, we could detect this radiation. Similarly, if the object’s axis was wobbling, it would shift the radiation above our horizon. Therefore, cosmic rays can be blocked by many sources.
In our atmosphere there are many sources of radiation which prevent the high frequency radiation from escaping. If you were to look out of your window or walk towards the ocean, you would not see the sun, stars, nor any other source of radiation. But, if the magnetized plasma flows close to the ocean, the water will boil and create a wave. The water molecules will vibrate, sending sound waves through the ocean, far out into the Caribbean Sea. Many times these sound waves collide with the ice off the shore, resulting in a slight change in the temperature of the water, which warms up slightly and refreezes the ocean.
This magnetic field also moves around the Earth and alters the rotation of the Earth. If the object is spinning fast, it is pulling on the magnetic field. If the object is rotating slow, the magnetic field is bending the space-time continuum around the object. This bending affects the space-time continuum and the speed of the rotation of the Earth, thus the phenomenon of dark matter. The dark matter that makes up the planets in our solar system and the space-time continuum is therefore tugging on the North Pole magnetic field.
The North Pole is where the magnetic field is strongest. The dark matter of the inner Oort Cloud is pushing on the equator, while the dust of comet’s small icy grains that orbit near the Oort Cloud are tugging on the polar field. These tugging action creates an uneven distribution of celestial bodies in space, which is what we call a magnetic field. So, when we see the North Pole is blocking cosmic rays, we can be assured that our sun, stars, and other objects in the solar system are receiving this light.
Provided by Antonio Westley
Disclaimer: This article is meant to be seen as an overview of this subject and not a reflection of viewpoints or opinions as nothing is definitive. So, make sure to do your research and feel free to use this information at your own discretion.