SS: the above two images nasa show a protostar in a protoplanetary disc .. i have said in the past that the “space dust” of the protoplanetary disc is fuel to the sun and i think this pretty well proves it. they say that they think that these two hotspots are where the gas from the protoplanetary disk is entering into the star .. at some point the etheric ice crystals melt and turn into the gas entering the star.

SS: the protoplanetary disc was etheric ice crystals and etheric ice globes with radioactive cores .. our sun in int’s proto-planetary stage had one other object in it’s planetary disc which was the martian brown dwarf system from andromeda that was mining the etheric ice globes which was destroyed when our protostar sun ignited.

SS: if notice that the two hotspots are not at the poles of the star .. this configuration is the same configuration of our suns current magnetic poles . i think this shows us that our sun was just like this star when it was a protostar and that our sun is feeding on the “space dust” that is flowing into the inner solar system and has cause our sun brightened to white in feeding mode.

V1647 Ori: X-raying the beating heart of a newborn star A zoom into V1647 Orionis shows an animation, an artist’s representation of magnetic fields and intense X-ray hot spots thousands of times hotter than the rest of the star. These spots are thought to be the footprints of streams that transfer gas from a disk that still surrounds the young star.

To Make a Star, Add Ice and Stir 09 April 2002  Dust particles make up only about one percent of a typical interstellar cloud. Because it’s so cold in space, about 10 degrees above absolute zero (-273 degrees Celsius), water and carbon monoxide freeze into icy shells around the dust. They melt off as gravity collapses the cloud into a tight ball, warming it. Once the ice melts, it evaporates, radiating away heat that would otherwise allow an interstellar cloud to expand just as fast as it collapses and prevent the birth of a star. In order to understand star formation it’s important to know when ice molecules melt and turn into gas.

Cosmic Dust Influx – prevailing concept (1979): At the time of this prediction, astronomers believed that the rate at which cosmic dust particles have been entering the solar system and the Earth´s atmosphere has remained constant for millions of years. They believed that the solar system lies in a relatively clean interstellar space environment and hence that there is no need to expect the occurrence of recent cosmic dust incursions.

Prediction No. 5 (Sept. 1979): LaViolette theorized that if a cosmic ray volley (superwave) had passed by at the end of the ice age, it would have pushed nearby interstellar dust into the solar system. To test this, he began a plan to analyze ice age polar ice for traces of cosmic dust.

Verification (1981 – 82): LaViolette was the first to measure the extraterrestrial material content of prehistoric polar ice. Using the neutron activation analysis technique, he found high levels of iridium and nickel in 6 out of the 8 polar ice dust samples (35k to 73k yrs BP), an indication that they contain high levels of cosmic dust. This showed that Galactic superwaves may have affected our solar system in the recent past. In addition, he discovered gold in one 50,000 year old sample, making this the first time gold had been discovered in polar ice.

Verification (1984): The IRAS satellite team reported observations that the zodiacal dust cloud is tilted 3 degrees relative to the ecliptic with ascending and descending ecliptic nodes at 87° and 267°, but failed to draw a conclusion from this finding. LaViolette realized that the nodes are aligned with the Galactic-center-anticenter direction in support of his earlier prediction that interstellar dust has recently entered the solar system from the Galactic center direction. 1987: He published a paper in Earth, Moon, and Planets journal explaining that the orientation of the zodiacal dust cloud nodes indicates that this zodiacal dust recently entered from the direction of the Galactic center.

Verification (April 1993): NASA´s Ulysses spacecraft team published observations indicating that interstellar dust is currently entering the solar system from the Galactic center direction (from the direction the interstellar wind blows towards us) and hence that most of the dust outside the asteroid belt is of interstellar origin.

Verification (1995): Cosmochemists publish observations showing that Helium-3 concentrations in ocean sediments, an indicator of extraterrestrial dust influx, changed by over 3 fold on a 100,000 year cycle between 250,000 and 450,000 years ago.

Verification (1996): The AMOR radar in New Zealand detected a strong flux of interstellar meteoroid particles, measuring 15 to 40 microns in size, entering the solar system from the Galactic center direction.

This artist’s impression shows the disk of gas and cosmic dust around the young star HD 142527. Astronomers using the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) telescope have seen vast streams of gas flowing across the gap in the disc ALMA (ESO/NAOJ/NRAO)/M. Kornmesser (ESO)

This composite handout image from data taken with Hubble’s Advanced Camera for Surveys in 2004 and 2005 and the Wide Field Camera 3 in April 2011 shows Herbig-Haro 110 is a geyser of hot gas from a newborn star that splashes up against and ricochets off the dense core of a cloud of molecular hydrogen, released by NASA on July 3, 2012. Although the plumes of gas look like whiffs of smoke, they are actually billions of times less dense than the smoke from a July 4 firework. This Hubble Space Telescope photo shows the integrated light from plumes, which are light-years across. Astronomers now believe that the nearby HH 270 jet grazes an immovable obstacle, a much denser, colder cloud core, and gets diverted off at about a 60-degree angle. The jet goes dark and then reemerges, having reinvented itself as HH 110. REUTERS/NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA)/Handout (UNITED STATES – Tags: ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)