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  to bottom   STREAKERS SHOW WHERE STAR GOBS AND OBJECTS ARE MIGRATING

CONTENTS
NOAO image of M77 - galaxy enhanced overflowed the picture
NOAO image of IC 4128 - streaks and curls in backdrop densities
NOAO image of LMC/SMC - showing sheeting in interspace backdrop
Hubble Heritage image of NGC 4214 - streakers showing movements of star gobs



  animation by GM     HUBBLE LOOK AT AND INTO THE CORE OF GALAXY NGC 4214  

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Hubble Heritage page for Ngc 4214.

PIXIE DUST STAR TRAIL TRACKS MIGRATING LARGE CLUMPS OF MATTER


Enhancements used for investigation

Here
we see
where intense
color enhancement reveals
the flight path of a clump of dense
matter, seen is a sparkling trail of hot
stars as the clump exits a larger clump
the whole appearance not unlike a
comet issuing hot gas and
leaving a tail of
pixie dust

From
the original
we get the following


LIKE THE SPARKLING TRAIL OF A SHOOTING STAR MADE OF PIXY DUST IN THE MOVIES




Pixy dust star trails


Original Download from this NASA site



Heat
trails
seen in red
reveal greenish gobs,
and large diffuse patches in
the outskirts, as well as showing
motions as swirls trailing away from dominant
objects the blue star heat trails seen more
clearly when highly enhanced in blue
as shown in these next images

Hubble Heritage Site - image without prismatics


Intense
blue light
enhancements show
actual trails (in hot blue stars)
of clumps which have punched through and are
carrying on in different directions, in particular next
a tell-tail vapor made of hot blue stars string out
and back to the current position of a clump
which has punched through thick
matter lower down
in the image
and in
space is
closer to the camera

Pixy dust star trails in closeup








Here
next is
an image which
purporf workbe a photo
of NGC 4214 (source unknown).
It bears little to no resemblence to
the NGC 4214 views above, but is
included here for two reasons,
first, it is obvious that
the original contained
vast quantities of
data hidden in
the photo
but
in
media
ranges all
too dark to be
discerned by human eye,
and secondly, if it is an image of
NGC 4214, we then instantly learn that much
more of this irregular 'spindle' galaxy
which turns out to be not quite
so irregular

Original - hardly anything is seen





'DIFFRACTION PATTERNS' AND 'PRISMATICS' IN A NGC 4214 STAR FIELD


In a
star field
known as NGC 4214
a Hubble Heritage image has
astounding frill textures which
unfortunately do not spring to instant
life in deep 3D (the 3D the image manifests
in its mono content is modicum) nevertheless
it is seen that gasses have organized
with enough recurrent precision
to form lacy grills and
rills making a
striking
view,
a view
which does
not reveal new content
(which is the main thrust of Galaxies
In Chaos, to find new content and try to make
intelligent decisions as to what the new content is revealing



A very different kind of 'prism' effect is shown in an orniment near a large prismatic cell cavity opening, in an inner coil of galaxy Ngc 1232. The spiky orniment is named 'jack frost'.



M77

An
attempt
to factor M77
failed because the galaxy
expanded beyond the picture frame




IC 4128

Attempts to
factor irregular
spiral galaxy IC 4128
succeeded in a different way, in
that extreme enhancement shows a lot of streaking,
and circle outlines, indicating objecs on the
move (streaking) and undistinguished dim
clumping perhaps more of the galaxy
in dimly obscured circumstances






NGC 4214

Several Earlier
attempts at enhancing
another, NGC 4214, a Hubble
Heritage image, was difficult to work
into studies since it is rather chaotically
colored with extreme irregular shapes and star
clumps floating around at distance. The
earlier enhancements showed faint
trails made of stars or
glowing dust/gas
linking large
central gobs to
star gobs now distant.
Now that glowing star trails have
been certified by our 'experiments r' us'
quick test, it is easy to show the 'pixi dust' which
can be used in highly enhanced images to track
motions of star clusters, gobs, and
objects detached at distance


LMC/SMC LOCAL SPACE NOAO IMAGE SHOWS RIPPLES AND STREAKS BETWEEN GALAXIES

LMC has incredible large scale cellwall and lensing effects, which can be seen here.

The Large
Magellanic Cloud (LMC),
and Small Magellanic Cloud (SMC)
are seen in a single wide angle image.
They are very small, and very wide apart

Original - hardly anything is seen. LMC at left, SMC at right

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2

3

4

5

This
NOAO image
seems to show ripples
and streaks in interstellar space
between LMC and SMC. The patterns mostly
vertical are seen only when the original is
enhanced almost beyond any reasonable
expectation however the original
was filmed in such a way
that massive image
gains via
image
editor
adjustments
is possible. In
particular a strong
extension of LMC (galaxy at
the left) trails downward in disturbed
stars and space ripples, perhaps a snapshot of LMC's
deep space motion and direction in our local galaxy cluster

Some
of the streaking
may be emmulsion wash, if
this image is a photograph and not
originally digital. A thick vertical band
down the right border suggests emmulsion, or,
perhaps, there really is a straight line
ribbon of deep space compression
only an edge of it captured
in this picture

Related sites       prismatic artifacts     rills in interspace backdrop     prismatic and dark/kight artifacts in LMC





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