Essentials of Neutron Astrophysics
GALAXY - IS A SYSTEM of the Universe with repeating circular cycles from star systems birth up to their death, breaking down and generation.
Galaxies generation is a black hole generation . We have considered
before a singular star system generation – it is mini-galaxy. If there is generation of two
stars in the initial cloud, it is also a mini-galaxy. If there are generations of a great many
stars without formatting orbital plane by the same scenario in the initial cloud, we shall
obtain a globular galaxy.
While generating multitude of stars with a unified orbital plane we shall obtain a
spiral galaxy. If there are two spiral sleeves, it will be a young nascent galaxy with a
unified orbital plane. The galaxy “grows up” while increasing in quantity of the sleeves. If
there is no space around light structure for the sleeves appearance, it is an old galaxy
ceased its development. Pressing out paired spiroid sleeves with immature stars is
produced by Light, because there is a constant generation of globular lightning – stars
embryos inside of the light formation.
According to twisting the central light formation of the galaxy at complete sleeves
set, the sleeves can be good visible or fuse together into a unified rotating cloud.
A light formation - is a gigantic globular lightning, which has a unified
vacuum shell inside of which there is a multitude of growing and rotating around two axes neutron bodies
with the help of ordinary lightning. The neutron bodies are future stars.
As paired opposite located stars, and so garlands in the shape of paired spiroid
sleeves can be pressed out from a light formation.
Irrespectively to the form of coming the star out from the formation, all the same
the star is immature and it has to pass through two stages: of a certain globular lightning
(embryo), and of a pulsar (child). Just after a pulsar it becomes a real star producing Light
with loss of its own mass, formation of the orbital plane and its own star system.
Sleeves of galaxies are the growing elements, which like conveyers transport stars
and star systems to the periphery. Our Sun is situated at the edge of the galaxy and is an
old star, and many planets with closed orbits to it are in dying state. Distant planets are in
initial stages of the developments at present, but for low temperatures, they unlikely to be
able ever to repeat the whole cycle, for example the Earth’s one.
What is a natural death of stars? While losing the mass, a double rotation of every
star accelerates, because returning gravitational flows come to a body with smaller
dimensions in comparison with the body, which sent them traveling in the shape of Light.
Increasing in twisting leads to that a decreasing body maintains a stable density of
the light flow for a long time. Meanwhile such a circumstance is possible only till certain
velocities, because dimensions of every star neutron body and gas atmosphere decrease in.
The luminous globe becomes smaller. A circular gravitational plane decreases in. It starts
to constrict to the star. The planets distant orbits start falling out from the gravitational
zone of the star active action, and they go away in free traveling becoming asteroids.
Reaching for terminal speed, certain for every star, leads to sharp heaving the top
layers of the neutron body and reducing of a gravitational influence. The star rotation is
retarded. The gravitational circle sharply constricts and multi-layer gases come after it.
Balance of forces holding planets on closed orbits, is upset in favour of the gravitational
The planets rush to the star and collide with it. Two variants of consequences are
possible there. If a star neutron body is sufficient large with respect to the planets bodies
and can endure their collisions with destruction, it will wrap itself up in a density dusty
cloud and transform into globular lightning of a dark colour (brown or grey). The lightning
fades out quietly changing its colour up to black.
In the second variant, an explosion occurs while colliding, and a multitude of
ásmall asteroids will be obtained.
In a young galaxy with uncompleted number of its sleeves, all consequences of the
star system catastrophe return to the light formation on processing together with the flows
between the sleeves.
In the old galaxy, all consequences of the star system catastrophe start on the free
traveling. It gradually decreases in together with light structure, until the last star is
generated without a galaxy.
Dying and growing galaxies lead to their mutual motions to free spaces.
Such motions lead to collisions with destruction of light structures and instant
generation of a great quantity of immature stars. This is another reason why many of the
stars don’t have planetary systems.