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The Innerluminous Galaxillation
The Nine Galaxillations

Imagine a time-future arriving off the depth of the past I do
Not know how far ahead say it’s a millennium when fitted
With the most advanced scopes that cut down distances a
Trillion times hundreds of cameras placed around our dot


Expression Milky Way’s perimeter so that they could cover
All skies of all of the heavens around us than you would see
There clusters of galaxies all abound forming an awe of what
I call Galaxillations and I name them one by one and count to


To nine layers on layers they go outer wider further deeper
Into the Universe and they go in order outward spherically
Inluminsa Nearluzna Primaluma Midluminsa Neardisaana


Midfaaran Faroutluma Deeplumina Farthestsina and you find
In and out we are like the way the tree sleeps in the core of its
Seed as it rises it goes outward to see the wider awe outside it

Note: In the Sonnet the shortened names have been used. The Innerluminous Galaxillation is the first Galaxillation comprising of all the Clusters of Galaxies that people the near most surrounding of the Milky Way Galaxy's sphere.

01. Innerluminous Galaxillation : Inluminsa: Imagine this is the 'seed' part of the 'tree' of the Universe, whereby, it stands closest to the outermost expression of that Universe, while it is at the innermost farthest distance because the Universe comes back to itself, thus, nearest to its innermost depth. This is the Ultimate but Apparent Paradox of the Universe
02. Nearluminous Galaxillation : Nearluzna
03. Primariluminous Galaxillation : Primaluma
04. Midluminous Galaxillation : Midluminsa
05. Nearmidluminous Galaxillation : Neardisaana
06. Midfarluminous Galaxillation : Midfaaran
07. Faroutluminous Galaxillation : Faroutluma
08. Deepluminous Galaxillation : Deeplumina
09. Farthestluminous Galaxillation : Farthestsina: This is the outermost frontier of the Universe or where it ends for this Universe is NOT and CAN NOT Be Infinite: Therefore, as the farthest peripheral end of a sphere gets closest to the Centre of It, despite appearing at the Farthest apart. 

The Nine Galaxillations : Munayem Mayenin

Imagine and, that what you do, becomes you for as soon as you imagine something it becomes real in your soul. And, here, resides the choice; even with imagination: what to imagine and what not to, what to become and what not to, what to do and what not to. Therefore, imagine love and harmony, joy and warmth, care and compassion, humanity and oneness, humanionship and respect, kindness and grace, togetherness and community, giving and expecting not to receive in return and selflessness and highest of wisdom; if the world does not follow, your soul already has and, you are infinitely enriched by it already. Therefore, imagine! Read on

Generations of Stars in NGC 300

 




|| Tuesday: May 28: 2019 || ά. This swirling palette of colours portrays the life cycle of stars in a spiral galaxy, known as, NGC300. Located some six million light-years away, NGC300 is relatively nearby. It is one of the closest galaxies beyond the Local Group, the hub of galaxies to which our own Milky Way galaxy belongs. Due to its proximity, it is a favourite target for astronomers to study stellar processes in spiral galaxies.

The population of stars in their prime is shown in this image in green hues, based on optical observations performed with the Wide Field Imager:WFI on the MPG:ESO 2.2-metre telescope at La Silla, Chile. Red colours indicate the glow of cosmic dust in the interstellar medium, that pervades the galaxy: this information is derived from infrared observations made with NASA’s Spitzer space telescope and can be used to trace stellar nurseries and future stellar generations across NGC 300.

A complementary perspective on this galaxy’s composition comes from data collected in X-rays by ESA’s XMM-Newton space observatory, shown in blue. These represent the end points of the stellar life cycle, including, massive stars on the verge of blasting out as supernovas, remnants of supernova explosions, neutron stars and black holes.

Many of these X-ray sources are located in NGC300, while others, especially, towards the edges of the image, are foreground objects in our own Galaxy or background galaxies, even, farther away. The sizeable blue blob immediately to the left of the galaxy’s centre is, especially, interesting, featuring two intriguing sources, that are part of NGC300 and shine brightly in X-rays.

One of them, known as, NGC300 X-1, is, in fact, a binary system, consisting of a Wolf-Rayet star, an ageing hot, massive and luminous type star, that drives strong winds into its surroundings and a black hole, the compact remains of what was once another massive, hot star. As matter from the star flows towards the black hole, it is heated up to temperatures of millions of degrees or more, causing it to shine in X-rays.

The other source, dubbed NGC300 ULX1, was, originally, identified as a supernova explosion in 2010. However, later observations prompted astronomers to reconsider this interpretation, indicating that this source, also, conceals a binary system, comprising a very massive star and a compact object, a neutron star or a black hole, feeding on material from its stellar companion.

Data obtained in 2016 with ESA’s XMM-Newton and NASA’s NuSTAR observatories showed regular variations in the X-ray signal of NGC300 ULX1, suggesting that the compact object in this binary system is a highly magnetised, rapidly spinning neutron star or pulsar.

The large blue blob in the upper left corner is a much more distant object: a cluster of galaxies more than one billion light years away, whose X-ray glow is caused by the hot diffuse gas interspersed between the galaxies.

Caption: Image: ESA:XMM-Newton X-rays, MPG:ESO optical, NASA:Spitzer infrared: Acknowledgement: S Carpano, Max-Planck Institute for Extra-terrestrial Physics:::ω.
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