Universal theory of space rugg surfaces


By Henryk Szubinski


These images reveal the distribution of dark matter in the supercluster Abell 901/902, composed of hundreds of galaxies.

The image in the center shows the entire supercluster. Astronomers assembled this photo by combining a visible-light image of the supercluster taken with the MPG/ESO 2.2-meter telescope in La Silla, Chile, with a dark matter map derived from observations with NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope.

The magenta-tinted clumps represent a map of the dark matter in the cluster. Dark matter is an invisible form of matter that accounts for most of the universe’s mass. The image shows that the supercluster galaxies lie within the clumps of dark matter.

.my own theory is a developement of Newtonian inclines:
the basic theory that defines the dark matter problems of a type SPACE SURFACE where objects and particles can collect and moove by friction
will be shown to work by the collective frictions of a rugg surface as conservation of force by a basic rotation into a sphere
what you are observing here is the collective friction under a rugg which is being warped into a sphere


basically any 2 points seperating a hyperspace into 3 D will define the motion of collective stellar matter under the rug upto the point where a collective gravity point will increase and break the hyperspace into a curvature which results in galactic rotations.

A beautiful new image of two colliding galaxies has been released by NASA’s Great Observatories. The Antennae galaxies, located about 62 million light-years from Earth, are shown in this composite image from the Chandra X-ray Observatory (blue), the Hubble Space Telescope (gold and brown), and the Spitzer Space Telescope (red). The Antennae galaxies take their name from the long antenna-like “arms,” seen in wide-angle views of the system. These features were produced by tidal forces generated in the collision.

the force acting down on a particle mooving up a incline as gravity is the same as the force of friction of a particle mooving in 3D underneath a space surface rugg.

basic dark matter tubes mooving underneath a basic space surface RUGG where the time dialations result in the stellar effect in the 1/2 way point of relativity of the particles displaceing under friction.

About the Object
Object Name: MS 0735.6+7421
Object Description: Galaxy Cluster
Position (J2000): R.A. 07h 41m 50.20s
Dec. +74° 14′ 51.00″
Constellation: Camelopardalis
Distance: About 2.6 billion light years
Dimensions: This image is 4 arcminutes (3 million light-years or 900 kiloparsecs) wide.
About the Data
Mission: Hubble Space Telescope Chandra X-ray Observatory Very Large Array
Instrument: ACS/WFC ACIS “A” Configuration
Wavelength: optical x-ray radio
Exposure Date: February 1, 2006 November 30, 2003 October 24, 2004
HST Data Description: This image was created from HST data from the following proposal 10495: B. McNamara (Ohio University), M. Wise (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), and P. Nulsen (Harvard-Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory).


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