Post by firstname.lastname@example.org Post by Enes Richard Post by email@example.com
So, what is the problem that you see with this radio image? What do you think you see there that no one sees?
Rather everyone sees the same, but the interpretations can
But you do not have the education or knowledge to be making any kind of interpretation at all! It would only be a guess on your part. It would only be a guess on my part, too, since I never studied radio astronomy in anything but its most rudimentary form.
Post by Enes Richard
Look at the image for waves 90 cm. Near the middle of this
image is a red spot (about 7kpc x 15 kpc). On the left, about
25 kpc is a distorted yellow ellipse (12kpc x 25 kpc). On the
right is a more distorted yellow ellipse (12kpc x 25 kpc).
Between these objects is a yellow band with a width of up to 7 kpc.
What is the standard interpretation of these 3 yellow objects?
Here are some explanations of various parts of that image...
Post by firstname.lastname@example.org
Unbelievable ... only this interpretation and no theoretical
progress for 20 years? Do you hide some special knowledge
in this area?
This red area is not the "central engine", it is only its
"The new observations show two large, bubble-like lobes, more
than 200,000 light-years across, that emit radio waves. These
lobes, which are intricately detailed, apparently are powered
by gravitational energy released from the galaxy's central
engine. They think that material is flowing outward from the
galaxy's core into these large, bright, radio-emitting 'bubbles.'"
They are in great error, there is a completely different
reason for the emission of radio waves of varying intensity ...
"The newly-discovered" bubbles "sit inside a region of the
galaxy known to be emitting X-rays. Theorists have speculated that ..."
I am not surprised that there is a problem with the simultaneous juxtaposition and interpretation of radio and X-rays, but these
are the effects of obsolete models and theories ...
The explanation is very simple ...
but you have to change the model.
"Astronomers need to revise their physics ideas about what is
happening in such regions."
That's the truth ... and with the help from outside, they
can do it.
I have more and more certainty... maybe I will create a new topic
and give an interpretation ... or experiences / measurements
that can be done and what should be the result.