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.’
There are many theories about dark matter that have been explained over the years.
While some of these concepts seem questionable, some scientists believe that its possible. One of the more accepted theories is that dark matter contains deformation or “disruption” that is caused by a very powerful particle, perhaps a cosmic void. The particle is thought to cause the observed imbalance between normal and abnormally high energy levels. For those who subscribe to this school of thought, there is evidence that this energy disrupts the normal functioning of a system that is responsible for creating our DNA.
Some of the characteristics of this disrupted DNA include abnormalities, genetic malfunctions, and structure instability.
Although much has been discovered in the last decade concerning the processes and workings of the DNA, the real question is “Is dark matter found in human DNA?”.
It seems that something keeps exploding in space and scientists have no idea what it is.
The latest theories suggest that it may be an asteroid. There are a number of collisions that take place between these massive space rocks. Many of these collisions can cause huge amounts of damage to satellites or landing crafts which we rely on for communication, navigation, and safety.
Another theory suggests that something keeps exploding in space because the Earth is being bombarded with space rock debris. This debris travels through the atmosphere until it reaches its final destination. There it is often heated by solar radiation and weathering before it plows into our atmosphere. One such plume has been found recently. NASA scientists have spent the last several months studying this object. They have found that it has come from outer space and is likely to be very common, especially near planets in our own solar system.
Theory predicts that after such a massive event as a black hole’s formation, it could collapse into an Einstein ring, or mini-star, which will completely erase any evidence of its presence.
A recent article in Nature called “Theory black holes that erase their past and your future” by astrophysicist Konstantin Batygin discusses evidence that such giant space storms may be the cause of extra large-scale explosions in our galaxy. Such explosions are a natural phenomenon and they do tend to result in a “big Bang” that wipes out everything nearby. This is the theory behind why “planets” tend to form and leave elliptical orbit patterns.
When such an event happens on a very large scale, it can literally erase all of the previous information that was sent into space along with it, including your DNA.
People may have always wondered what kind of “erasure” such as that would be necessary to erase your memory. If we had a way to take a look at the black hole interior using telescopes, would we see rings or “solar flares?”
Surely there must be something that can send “information” into space in the form of radio waves, right?
And if there’s such a thing as “gravitational waves” (which are caused by ripples in spacetime), shouldn’t we be able to send messages into space and erase what’s been erased already?
NASA has just announced that a massive solar flare hit the Earth on Wednesday, March 21st.
This is one of the biggest flares to hit our planet in many years. A huge solar flare can knock out satellites and other space objects in space. The flare itself was not strong enough to hit the United States but large pieces of solar material burned up and impacted the atmosphere around the Earth.
The only reason this big solar flare was confirmed is because NASA has been tracking it with a tracking instrument called Magnetospheric Imagers, or MIM. This is one of the most powerful space weather instruments ever used. It took a photograph of the large solar flare and compared it to images taken a few days before the storm. With this incredible confirmation, we can better understand what caused this massive solar event.
What is meant by the huge solar event? Well, the amount of radiation given off from a massive eruption on the volcano like eruption is huge. The amount is comparable to that which is given off by many large exploding stars in our galaxy. It is estimated that the amount of radiation emitted was 10 times more than what is given off from the sun.