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A Kinked Link
Jul 09, 2012

Plasma instabilities are a better explanation for the Milky Way’s strangely distorted central ring.

According to a recent press release, “…observations from the Herschel Space Observatory show a bizarre, twisted ring of dense gas at the center of our Milky Way galaxy.” The ring observation is not new, as reported in a previous Picture of the Day. What is new is the bizarre figure-eight structure.

What Herschel saw was not visible to optical telescopes, since the intervening dust and gas obscures the view of our galaxy’s nucleus. Several past infrared views had revealed a portion of the ring, sparking speculations that it exists because inertia from galactic spin, as well as that imparted by gas moving across the central bulge, creates a standing wave.

The latest images show the complete ring, with the figure-eight or “infinity” structure. The warped nucleus of galaxy Centaurus A was discussed in a previous Picture of the Day. It was noted that many active galaxies display transverse, donut-shaped plasma discharges, as well as plasma jets erupting from their axes. Twisted rings inside galaxies form because helical electric currents squeeze plasma inside them, creating cosmic “transmission lines” through space known as Birkeland currents..................
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