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Of the Dwarf Galaxy vs Spiral Galaxy Collisions

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How gravitational lensing acts like a magnifying glass

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SS: we are looking at black holes and galaxy collisions. The Milky Way galaxy is like the collision illustrated in the second image above where dwarf galaxy is wrapping around a spiral galaxy. it seems to me in this conflict that the black hole in the center is the most important. i have already talked about how the andromedans have been disconnected from their black hole connection to their brown dwarf in the Milky Way galaxy when they were defeated last night by the secret order. the Milky Way black hole now connects with Cygnus X-1 in the Summer Triangle.

Smallest Known Galaxy with a Supermassive Black Hole MANY BLACK HOLES MAY HIDE IN DWARF REMNANTS OF STRIPPED GALAXIES Sept. 17, 2014 – A University of Utah astronomer and his colleagues discovered that an ultracompact dwarf galaxy harbors a supermassive black hole – the smallest galaxy known to contain such a massive light-sucking object. The finding suggests huge black holes may be more common than previously believed. “It is the smallest and lightest object that we know of that has a supermassive black hole,” says Anil Seth, lead author of an international study of the dwarf galaxy published in Thursday’s issue of the journal Nature. “It’s also one of the most black hole-dominated galaxies known.”

The astronomers used the Gemini North 8-meter optical-and-infrared telescope on Hawaii’s Mauna Kea and photos taken by the Hubble Space Telescope to discover that a small galaxy named M60-UCD1 has a black hole with a mass equal to 21 million suns. Their finding suggests plenty of other ultracompact dwarf galaxies likely also contain supermassive black holes – and those dwarfs may be the stripped remnants of larger galaxies that were torn apart during collisions with yet other galaxies.

Arp 116 (APG 116) is a pair of interacting galaxies composed of elliptical galaxy Messier 60 and spiral galaxy NGC 4647, located in the Virgo Constellation, lying about 60 million light years away, in the Virgo Cluster, at right ascension 12h 43m 36.1s declination +11° 34′ 02″ .[1][2][3] Interaction between the two galaxies has just begun, with initial findings of tidal interaction being found in 2012.[1] With an apparent separation between the galaxies of 2′.5, the optical discs of the two galaxies overlap.[4]

NGC 7793 is a spiral galaxy about 12.7 million light-years away in the constellation Sculptor. It was discovered in 1826 by James Dunlop.[5] Black hole P13 in outer spiral[edit] Jets from a black hole named P13 power a large nebula named S26 in the outer spiral of this galaxy. P13 is stripping material away from a nearby star about ten times faster than was previously believed to be physically possible. P13 was first thought to be about the mass of our sun, then estimates place it more towards 1/15 the mass of our sun. If correct, this observation would show flaws in theories that a black hole’s mass and rate of consumption are a fixed relationship.[8][9] Recently, the mass of P13 was determined to be less then 15 solar masses, and it’s companion star is estimated to be around 20 solar masses. The two orbit eachother in 64 days.[10]

Messier 82 (also known as NGC 3034, Cigar Galaxy or M82) is a starburst galaxy about 12 million light-years away in the constellation Ursa Major. It is about five times more luminous than the whole Milky Way and one hundred times more luminous than our galaxy’s center.[5] The starburst activity is thought to be triggered by interaction with neighboring galaxy M81, and M82 is a member of the M81 Group.

The M81 Group is a galaxy group in the constellations Ursa Major and Camelopardalis that includes the well-known galaxies Messier 81 and Messier 82, as well as several other galaxies with high apparent brightnesses.[1] The approximate center of the group is located at a distance of 3.6 Mpc, making it one of the nearest groups to the Local Group.[1] The group is estimated to have a total mass of (1.03 ± 0.17)×1012M☉.[2] The M81 Group, the Local Group, and other nearby groups all lie within the Virgo Supercluster (i.e. the Local Supercluster).[3]

This Hubble Space telescope image shows the gargantuan galaxy M60 in the center, and the ultracompact dwarf galaxy M60-UCD1 below it and to the right, and also enlarged as an inset. A new international study led by University of Utah astronomer Anil Seth and published in the journal Nature found that M60-UCD1 is the smallest known galaxy with a supermassive black hole at its center, suggesting the dwarf galaxy originally was much larger but was stripped of its outer layers by gravity from galaxy M60 over billions of years. M60’s gravity also is pulling galaxy NGC4647, upper right, and the two eventually will collide. (NASA/Space Telescope Science Institute/European Space Agency)

This diagram shows how the effect of gravitational lensing around a normal galaxy focuses the light coming from a very distant star-forming galaxy merger to created a distorted, but brighter view. (ESO/M. Kornmesser)

This image shows the galaxy NGC 7793 about 12 million light-years from Earth. The galaxy is home to the voracious black hole P13, which is easily seen as the brightest blue source near the bottom of the image. (X-ray (NASA/CXC/Univ of Strasbourg/M. Pakull et al); Optical (ESO/VLT/Univ of Strasbourg/M. Pakull et al); H-alpha (NOAO/AURA/NSF/CTIO 1.5m))

Galaxy Messier 82 (M82) appears in two different views. NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope shows the galaxy in visible light (left) and NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory shows an X-ray view (right). (NASA)

This is an artist’s impression of supernova 1993J, which exploded in the galaxy M81. Using the Hubble Space Telescope, astronomers have identified the blue helium-burning companion star, seen at the center of the expanding nebula of debris from the supernova. (NASA, ESA, G. Bacon (STScI))

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    Of the Cygnus X-1 Black Hole

    SS: the secrets of black holes for those who are interested in science. this blog will be my first blog into this very complex subject and i think as new data surfaces and i have thought more on the subject that the black hole theory will grow .. i will have a future blog soon regarding the andromeda galaxy and the triangulum galaxy and how i think that the black holes are etheric tunnels between branes.

    An enormous amount of mass like that of a very dense star concentrated into a small area would warp the fabric of space/time so severely that nothing not even light could escape it’s gravitational pull. Theory of relativity (the large universal objects) and theory of quantum mechanics (the small atomic objects) breaks down here .

    An artist’s concept of NuSTAR on orbit. The mission’s launch is slated for this spring, though no firm date has been set. NuSTAR has two identical optics modules in order to increase sensitivity. The background is an image of the galactic center obtained with the Chandra X-ray Observatory. NASA/JPL-Caltech

    NASA’s Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array, or NuSTAR, has taken its first snapshots of the highest-energy X-rays in the cosmos (lower right), producing images that are much crisper than previous high-energy telescopes (example in upper right). Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

    SS: the cygnus X-1  black hole is located in the northern triangle with the polestar VEGA which is consciousness .. i have talked about the atlantean high house and that this atlantean high house is located in the northern triangle .. my theory is that the andromedan martians had sent the martian brown dwarf system through an etheric tunnel to reach this brane and as long as they had the brown dwarf system in the solar system then they maintained their etheric tunnel to andromeda .. however after the proto-star ignited the martian brown dwarf destroyed then the etheric tunnel was closed hence why the andromedans are now moving into collision with our solar system because they lost their etheric tunnel connection.

    SS: because the secret order destroyed the martian brown dwarf now the etheric tunnel is connected to cygnus X-1 in the northern triangle which is the atlantean high house .. the secret order captured the black hole located in the center of the milky way last night when the sagitarius dwarf galaxy collided with the milky way .. that is why the milky way black hole is located in the sagitarius constellation and to the atlantean high house in northern triangle.

    SS: i think that new wormholes can be created .. the reason is because of the 2004 SGR supernova that cause a “Gravity Wave” to affect the earth on the Boxing Day earthquake .. it was a warping and stretching of space. i think that “Gravity Waves” travel at the speed of thought which of course they would if gravitons are beehive soul consciousness .

    Imagine the above is the city of Manhattan .. Einstein said space was not static but rather could warp and stretch and there could even be unusual structures of space called wormholes. A wormhole is a bridge or a tunnel that can link distant regions of space .. in effect a cosmic shortcut. To create a wormhole you have to rip or tear a hole in the fabric of space. Einstien says that space can stretch and warp but it cannot rip and that wormholes may already exist but you cannot rip space to form new ones.

    String theory suggest otherwise. Looking at the fabric of space where it is random and chaotic … rips and tears might be commonplace but if they were these rips might cause a cosmic catastrophe .. strings calm the chaos .. and as a single string dances through space it sweeps out a tube .. the tube can act like a bubble that surrounds the tear like a protective shield .. strings actually make it possible for space to rip. This means that space is far more dynamic and changeable than Einstien thought. — The Elegant Universe

    Dr Quantum – Entanglement In the book “Provocative Cosmology – Unification”, a phenomenon whereby all matter within the universe is connected is both discussed and explained. This is what Quantum Physicist refer to when they use the term “Entanglement”.

    Wormholes are just quantum entangled black holes, says new research December 5, 2013 Both quantum entanglement and wormholes share a very important property: They appear to be linked through some kind of dimension or medium that we can’t yet discern. With quantum entanglement, two particles can be separated by an infinite amount of space, and yet they still seem to be able to communicate their quantum state instantly, much faster than the speed of light. Wormholes, if they exist, would bend the fabric of spacetime to allow faster-than-light travel between two arbitrary points — just like entangled particles.

    How Quantum Entanglement Works (Infographic) April 08, 2013 In quantum physics, entangled particles remain connected so that actions performed on one affect the other, even when separated by great distances. The phenomenon so riled Albert Einstein he called it “spooky action at a distance.” The rules of quantum physics state that an unobserved photon exists in all possible states simultaneously but, when observed or measured, exhibits only one state. Spin is depicted here as an axis of rotation, but actual particles do not rotate. Entanglement occurs when a pair of particles, such as photons, interact physically. A laser beam fired through a certain type of crystal can cause individual photons to be split into pairs of entangled photons. The photons can be separated by a large distance, hundreds of miles or even more.

      Of the Mayan Hunab Ku Black Hole

      SS: the above picture is of our galactic center or galactic core called the mayan hunab ku . it is from this direction that interstellar winds come bringing space dust into the inner solar system .. this is in the direction of beehive region of sagitarius, scorpio, and ophiuchus .

      This undated composite image provided by Lynette Cook and Andrea Ghez via the journal Nature shows an image of the center of our Galaxy from laser-guide-star adaptive optics on the Keck Telescope. More massive black holes have larger event horizons, the region within which even light can not escape. If a ten billion solar mass black hole resided at the Galactic center, its immense event horizon would be visible (illustrated by the central black disk). The actual black hole at the Galactic center is 2500 times smaller. (AP Photo/Lynette Cook and Andrea Ghez via Nature)

      An artist’s impression of a black hole surrounded by matter waiting to fall in. Scientists have discovered the two biggest black holes ever observed, each with a mass billions of times greater than the Sun’s, according to a study. The two giants are located in the heart of a pair of galaxies several hundred million light years from Earth, said the study in scientific journal Nature. (AFP Photo/M. Weiss)

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