Solar Hypersonic Jets


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   Recently astronomers have observed hypersonic jets of ionized gas shooting away from stars exhibiting high surface temperatures, and have predicted their stellar appearance within the last 100 million years. This conclusion was arrived at because, astronomers understanding of the fusion process which occurs in the core of a stellar mass and their initial creation is incomplete. All cosmic matter and energy within this galaxy held by its gravitational grip was formed from a localized big bang, while the rest of universe was unaffected, existing in a similar state observed today.   


Solar Hypersonic Jets extend millions of miles from the solar surface in comparison to this normal flare from the Sun.


   In order to understand how solar hypersonic jets are created, we must examine the general fusion process occurring within the the star, which is considered as normal. The ejection process of jets first must have in place an accelerated fusion rate, a stellar mass capable of extreme containment and and process that allows for a breach to occur with affecting the stellar mass.   

   The cosmic explosion or local big bang was initiated from a massive black hole. Gravity the greatest force within the black hole could no longer bottle up the internal pressures emanating from restricted particle movement within the atomic structure occurring in its core. Once the contained mass was released, the explosion or expansion of matter and energy spread heavy elements, hydrogen gas, and other light elements into the local spatial area, which is now occupied by the Milky Way Galaxy. As the heavy elements coalesced due to gravity, they become the seed cores of the stars planets and cosmic objects. For star formation, large amounts of hydrogen and other light elements gather around the seed cores attracted by gravity. The proto-stellar objects light due to many factors, it is the size and the dispersion of hydrogen fuel pockets in relation to the control factor, the heavy elements in the core and gravitational compression from a sufficient mass, which initiates the fusion reaction. Stars do not light from coalescing and contraction of dense hydrogen gas contained in stellar or planetary nebula in a yet unseen birthing process. Mankind has never addressed the issue of the many supernovas, a rare type of stellar death in the observed universe like the remnant explosion, which occurred in the Crab Nebula has been documented, but an observation involving the birth of a star where the initiation of fusion process which lights a solar object should be occurring at a higher frequency, but an observation of this event is absent in their journals. The configuration of light to heavy elements proportion ratios in the core is responsible for the many variations of stellar objects, not stellar aging. A theory, which accounts for the many varieties of solar masses according to the proportion of hydrogen to helium, left burning in the star. It states, stars age from a hot blue white star stage and progress through to a red giant stage and die as a white dwarf or super nova.

   Hypersonic jets are similar in principal to the basic solar flare outbreaks on our Sun, but differ at the initial energy source of this occurrence. They are the outcome of a higher gravitational containment force, due to a larger solar mass coupled with a lower accumulation of heavy elements in the core, which in the this case accelerates the fusion process. The difference is with the core, in most cases is not as homogenous as most stellar cores, anomalies pertaining to the hydrogen fuel pockets are scattered about within, varying in mass and the density of the inhibitors varied. Occasionally these potential energy pockets enter the zone where there is sufficient compression to initiate a fusion reaction in the absence of heavy element inhibitors. Without the shunting of the heavy elements, all available mass interacts releasing a energy burst from an accelerated rate of the fusion process. Pressures within the energy bubble builds pass the point of gravitational containment, and there a resultant breach. The bubble accelerates as an expanding elongated pod towards the surface. Once out of the conductive zone the high pressure super heated ionized matter enters the photosphere creating a pressure differential that pops a cylindrical hole  where radius increases as a function decreasing density into the upper layer of the star at great velocity. This creates a flow of high-energy gases and stellar mass that pierce through the corona. Under normal circumstances a larger solar massís gravitational force would limit the size and scope of the burst, similar to the solar flares being observed on our Sun. In this case, the fusion process is accelerating at a hyper-rate in proportion to usual frictional molecular movement, which limits the scope of the burst.

   The hot gases and solar mass easily overshoot the gravitational containment shell containing the solar mass, releasing the excess energy in the form of a hypersonic jet. The largest and densest anomalies tend to settle and gather near or in the rotational plane. Therefore more of these massive fast-moving jets of gas and matter are vented along or near the starís equator, the path of least resistance through the core containment field, and the equatorial plane with its rotational angular momentum. That is the source of the observed phenomena, solar hypersonic jets.


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