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Bet you
ten bucks you
do not know where this
image is from. it is from the
right side of Centaurus A (Ngc 5128)
zoomed and very highly enhanced, out of the
nothingness there in the original, looms a
huge constructor formation a vertical
total and complete collapse of
galaxy spiral formation
showing at once with
no doubt that a
collision is
in progress


If you
think this
is obnoxious
and hard to follow,
look at the Noao original,
then try and figure out how i did it


A telltale
integral   dish
this one in the middle of
Centaurus A, a further telltale
that this is a situation of
colliding galaxies
in progress

HUBBLE


NOAO


The
blown arms
in the vertical
punchout - the Noao
image given its best shot,
she (person) won't enhance no farther



Definately
seems like
bleeding stumps of
chomped arms whose original
champion arms have been quite literally
dissolved in confused haze and loose re-constructions



A smoke
ring at the left
flank, probably the remains
of blunted (chopped off) giant arms,
the dimness may be due to roiling disturbed
gas and dust detached from arms now amorphously
on the loose thick enough to obscure the radiation
of star fields and star clusters, if not individual
giant stars in that left end haze. Roll out the
infra red gazers of Hubble and ESO. I now
suspect why the radio frequency
tongues turned on so far
from present mass
center is that
the galaxies
approached on
edge in a very rare
co-incidental form of collision
and the long distance gravitic sea surrounding
each spiral galaxy extended toward each galaxy at a greater
distance in reach then would the seas of galaxies approaching in any
normal plane-crossing alliance. The vertical collar out there in the
left seems to be where clashing angular momentums have caused some
particle momentums to change in spin state, enough that new
vertically spinning kenetic energies on the move in
momentums have been able to coalesce in one
place quickly forming the collar,
gathered not by gravity but
by mutual entropy
vectors
fighting
various inertias.
Gravity will enter the picture
later after the higher excitements have spent
their forces, and gravity can start pulling in what
will now be resulted, into reshape into a new formed galaxy.
Meanwhile, back playing radio - the reason why the radio bursts
started as wide flaring tongues then quickly petered out into thins,
as the original gravitic energy excitements were quickly overpowered
by the approaching galactic storm as outer hems starting contacting
with each other - a far greater range of energy surges bloomed, the
residual radio thins ending at center-point due to gravitics
from the super hot black hole cores continuing to
kick ass gravitic radio broadcasting but
only in a thin zone approximating
inner widths of the core. Look
to see if a particularly
hot radio strand the
thickness of a
hair comes
down the middle
of the thins. If there, this
would be more gravitic excitements by the
kernal cores themselves. You have noticed by now I
have not used the word 'jets'. Obviously - because I see
the radio flares as a remaining signal sustained in time, of the
initial starting phase of the collision, and not something occuring
now as an aftermath - once again the reason for the flares in the
first place is because of the way the two galaxies approached,
like two huge ice flows drifting toward each other then
finally coming together for crunching on-edge,
one ice flow (nearspace) sliding under
the other (rearspace) causing a
vertical drop between the
two resulting collision
smoothed planes

Two
eyeballs peer
out from nether regions
way to the back in rearspace,
the eyeballs peering out of dark
openings the openings perhaps caused
by dust and gas radiating at a different
frequency than the halo around two dwarfs,
shutting off the halos. Except for the
eyelids. Both openings are ringed
with cloud suggesting some
kind of punchouts. A
necklace of
bright
dots
close
together
upper left cannot
be explained except it too is
surrounded by an opening this one filled
with haze. In tens of thousands of zooms and images
I have never seen anything like this, except,
dark holes in some astronomy images,
the dark holes inspected here






A curving
trail (in pink)
can be seen lifting up
and aiming back, narrowing into
an eyeball opening, telling us that something
has plowed into some whipped cream to cause the eyeball.
Which narrows the odds on speculation, which now suggests
the 'thing' is punching into matter of the rear galaxy,
and possibly, the black eyeball is something else
moving forward, leaving a lights-out wake
behind. At least, perhaps. The
odds are high that the
right eyeball
scenero is
correct

If both eyeball
interpretations are correct,
it means eyeballs may be a regular feature
seen in the diffuse envelopes of elliptical galaxies,
if photo sensitivities are telescopically adjusted
to correct image densities to see 'eyeballs'




Another
anomaly, a lens
of different density ringed
by a necklace of hot spots. Thus two are
in the Centurus A image, one far back in rearspace
the other up close on the eyebrow, making them ojective
artifacts, not factors of a telescope's whims. The other
image from a different day, different telescope, also
has the 'lookingglass necklaces' though
not as sharply distinct




What
we have
here at the
front view is an
intruder which has glided
up over the 'construction' leaving a
narrow swath edged by parallel thin lines, the intruder
either a small galaxy, ruined globular cluster, or very large
dense mass clump like an Orion but bigger, the 'orion' seems
most likely since not too many star points are seen in the
lens and one seen in the necklace is big enough to be
an oblong dwarf galaxy. Note the lens itself is
above very large bulges looming right
whose border is seen along a
thin curving line

An ESO
image of Cena
casts more light on
the hot blue star froth in a
fast food mustache on the upper lip




My educated
guess is the conal
swirl of hot blue stars is
the remnants of a small galaxy now
stuck to the edge and has been recently
excited by thermodynamics from behind or
within it. Elsewhere, such clingers
are called 'woodticks'

Original caption size. Click on each for large





A two-step deck with vertical open face rising,
the upper deck at a much higher
elevation than
the lower.
The
upper
smooth is
round and drifts
back, the lower smooth
an oblong lump jutting forward
only the top a shelf the rest a huge
looming hulk of round area mass to the left.
If this had happened to be rotated about 60 degrees
to the right bringing the right field into front view
it would be a monstrous cavity something like the
hexagon bulge on the right end of Circinus
core except the Centaurus bulge would
not be core size but galaxy size
with perhaps the upper left
eyebrow mistaken as
a main disk since
the main disk
seen now
would be gone
behind great clumps



Maximum
enhancement
by Greydon Moore has
pushed the image to the limit
where telescope streaking is seen. Without
doubt large concentrations of matter occur out around
the bright area normally seen as 'the telescope image'. Especially
in the lower right flanks, great gloomy regions of extreme disorder and
disruption are apparent, giving support to the professional astronomy
desicion that this (Centaurus A) is probably two normal spiral
galaxies in the process of colliding or even merging. If
the being the case, it seems one spiraling in one
direction has glided over another spiraling
contra (like two plates of graphite
sliding in lubrication) the one
smoothing the other because
definately the outer
fields beyong the
core slit are
smoothed

In fact
what a surprise.
My color tone enhancements
have unexpectedly revealed a huge tympani
formation in the gloom to the right, a great upright
construction which can have only one meaning - M A J O R
collision. If you need a mental refresh, go to these pages
for 'tympani' and for collision 'constructions'

PAFF - the light bulb explodes in an epiphanating idea

I know
how the long
trails before and after
Centaurus A proper have arrived on the
scene. Assume each galaxy has (had) its own sea of
gravitic vibrations, one galaxy approaching from near us on a
slight upward cant, the other galaxy approaching toward us on a more
horizontal slant. Somewhere before the main disks began to meet each other
their gravitic fields began to entangle, causing radiation to excite,
in this case strong in radio frequencies. The radiation was
excited energy coming from field flux situations and
not from mass compressions. Now, let me think,
I've got to remember where field flux
was discussed, and where the
Centaurus A images are
showing their long
ls. Ahah,
the field
flux of
gravitics is here.
Radio antenna of Centaurus A is here
Had to go out probing around in some 90 different
HTM pages, made easier by text editor search for certain terms, which
fast enough led to the above here and here links for gravitic
vibration field flux interactions at long distance for
Centaurus A. I hope you have caught the angle
in my thought, there is no question in
mind that the radio antennae
were caused by gravity
wave entanglements,
the lower galaxies
gravitic field rougher
in nature since the radio appearance
is nearer the current mass collisions and is irregular,
whereas the farther approaching galaxies gravitic field was somehow
more coherent in that its excited energy signal starts narrow and
continues as a narrow band right into the merger of mass. In
fact the search for the 'field flux of gravitics' in the
above text was not easy, not knowing exactly what to
search for - I found it as term 'energy field'
in the waves page. Finding a link for
radio trails in Centaurus A was
nowhere as easy. Text search
came up empty, a look
through my graphic
editor's thumbnails
in a directory of 2526 files
yielded only one image related but a search
through two resulting HTM pages drew a blank. A thumbnails
search in another (Prior working directory) of 3172 astronomy images,
within which was spotted an image I knew associated with the radio
antennae of Centaurus A since I had looked at this with
interest several months ago. Short story not yet
finished - do you think I could find the
HTM page for that interest - not
at once - I am telling you
all this because if
you think this
site is
unweildy
(it is), try
and place yourself in
the position of putting this site
together, and, you have a good mind but not
a photographic memory, ergo, the above quick short story
looking for a lost lead - radio antenna in Centaurus A. For instance,
text searching the directory containing a former internet site now
abandoned called Farstar International, of 230 HTM pages
the site had, was the term 5128 bingo the Ngc code
name for Centaurus A, which led me back to
the current directory
but only two images
(two I was looking for)
but not the radio antenna.
Grrrr (about an hour so far has passed.
Yahhhh, both arms went out straight, I have for
four years been calling Centaurus A the 'hamburger
galaxy' because it looks like a hamburger and
a search for 'hamburger' led straight to
first cause - here is what it has
been all about, the radio
antenna. I found the
images under
'hamburger'
in the Farstar International site
abandoned last April. The file containing them did not have the editing or
professional standards I am rigorously adhering to these days so I have
created a new page, called, yes, hamburger.htm. My centaurus A
images and commentary from several places have been
gathered, and, below, images of the antenna.
At last, I can rest in piece. I once as
a student newspaper reporter was
in the office of a provincial
cabinate minister who also
headed a world leading
research division
(at that time)
in brain chemestry,
me waiting while he searched
for a document that was going to include
text for my news feature story about his research, Three
quarters of an hour later he called it quits, searching through
yet one more file drawer me watching over his shoulder, he said he just
could not find it couldn't remember where he had put in he would find
it the next day and let me know I left the next day the document
was there for me in the student newspaper office and to this
day I still do not feel bad if loosing track of something
when a provincial cabinate minister had lost track of
a document he had had in his hand that very day,
more to the point, he would not give up the
search was without pause without break
without sitting around talking for
3/4 of an hour of single minded
effort looking and I thought
that was also worth
remembering,
because I
do things like
that myself. I remember
seeing on TV this year astronomers
setting up their instruments and callibrating
telescopes in advance of an upcoming total eclipse and
glitches turned up in the moving of equipment to onsight it was
a round the clock marathon for several days no rest no relief
until the glitches were banished almost within minutes of
the eclipse and I saw there how much of the world
works unsung unheralded by those who toil in
whatever way it is to get the job done.
Why this interlude of personal
history in the midst of
astronomy? Tonight
5:AM I feel
chatty.
I used to know
Dr. Peter Millman
(no longer with us on Earth)
of Canada's National Research council
and before being taken into his office by a well
wisher thinking we should meet pulled me into the corner for the
obliglatory quick take that be forwarned and cautious Peter liked
to talk he certainly did I used to visit for a couple of hours at a
time listening to his interesting stories for instance he and an
American colleague were the first to produce color bodied
graphics showing radio telescope data prior always
in the forms of spikes along a base line in
black and white, Peter one day showing
me colored illustrations in an
astronomy magazine just out
of their first consequences
of collaboration, the fellow in the states
doing the computer codals to produce solid colored areas
Peter doing the radio astronomy information to be coded into colors
and I thought that was neat, standing in the presence of first ever, me
there in the first place because I was working at that time on the
preliminaries leading to 'Perfect Eclipses' formed of energy
states without inertia, this back in 1981 the perfect
eclipse equations not getting balanced working
all by myself at home until 1989



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