S.B. Karavashkin and O.N. Karavashkina

6. Application of the studies to astronomic observations

As we showed in [1], the modelling of processes in a microscale is applicable to that in a macroscale, despite each case has its salient features. This is true for the model of excited orbital electron, too. As we showed in [17], the stellar structure also is a positively charged nucleus with the negatively charged shell orbiting around it. Of course, it would be incorrect to model this shell by some point charge, but we can consider it as an assemblage of elementary charged masses distributed along some rim around the star. For each of such elementary charges, the above solutions will be true; hence, the resulting trajectories of rim will to a definite extent follow the trajectories that we derived for the case of atomic structure. And astronomers see it. In Fig. 16 we see the photoimage of the star V Hydrae called Hourglass where we can clearly see the trajectories of an excited shell.


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Fig. 16. V Hydrae called Hourglass, a - positive, b - negative image,   , press-release Final Death Throes of Nearby Star Witnessed First-Hand, November 21, 2003


Basing on the above analysis, we can conclude the following. The star is in the external dynamic field whose main frequency is six times less than the natural frequency of star orbiting. In the image, the dynamic field is directed almost vertically, but we hardly can state that the field is transverse, as longitudinal dynamic electric field also will create such effects, and the model analysed in the previous item will be fully applicable to it.

Speaking of possibility of stellar shells excitation, we have to emphasise: in case of astronomical objects the exciting field can be also interior, i.e., it can originate from the stellar nucleus that recently was highly excited - for example, when throwed off the shell because of nucleus activity. The nucleus can vibrate, producing in the environment the dynamic electric field that will affect the rest of shell close to the nucleus. This process will be fast-decreasing in space. The part of shell close to the nucleus will experience the most excitation, while the periphery of star will be calm. The typical example of such process we apparently see in the star NGC 6543 called Cat Eye whose near-to-the-nucleus part is shown in Fig. 17.


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Fig. 17. The near to the nucleus region of the star NGC 6543 (Cat Eye): a - positive, b - negative image,   , Dying star creates fantasy-like sculpture of gas and dust


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Fig. 18. More general appearance of the star NGC 6543 (Cat Eye), a - positive, b - negative image


The image of the far region of this star is shown in Fig. 18. We can well see that the excited shell is inside the flying apart exterior shell; the field exciting the interior region does not affect this exterior substance. This gives us the grounds to state that the source of dynamic field is the very nucleus. We also see in Fig. 17 that the trajectory of motion of charges of the shell is excited. It is well seen that the excitation source has two harmonics: one harmonic is twice higher than the natural frequency of shell orbiting and the second harmonic is twice lower. Most probably, these harmonics are yet some spatially separated, which causes their independence from each other. Besides, we see in the image the fragments of dynamic field of non-excited nucleus - the arms, which evidences of intensive rotation and high degree of charge separation.

Thus, we showed that the pattern of charges interaction with dynamic fields is same, both for objects of microscale and massive objects, - of course, with some features of modelling in each case.

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