About NAS

About NewAstroScience.com - NAS

The NAS website NewAstroScience – is about the science to do with places and objects beyond our world. It openly supports the Electric Universe paradigm.

NAS is about guiding the misled who have been erroneously taught that gravity is the dominant force in the Universe to realize that it is the electrical force which dominates on the cosmic scale.

The new astroscience.com website is also home to astronomy courses freely available to the public. Therefore, the site is not just about the electric universe - it's also about normal astronomy. That's when the night is clear. The Astronomy Fundamentals course is essential knowledge for beginners. It also helps astronomers residing in urban areas. 

However, the main newastroscience course is about the constellations. It is a huge course exploring all 88 constellations in great detail, and is highly illustrated. All out course lessons have quizzes at the end to test the reader's knowledge. A grade is given at the end of each quiz.

The Universe is Electric

All five of our senses operate via exchanges of positive and negative charges and relay electrical signals via the nervous system to the brain, which decodes them.

The light we see coming from the Sun and stars is a result of the interplay of electricity and magnetism. It's not just visible light; it is the entire spread of electromagnetic waves from long wavelength radio waves to high-frequency gamma radiation that are manifestations of electric and magnetic dances.

The thermal (infrared) radiation coming from the Sun is due to the activity of the 'first state' of matter - plasma, which by nature is electrical. The Sun is not a nuclear fusion reactor. At its core is plasma

Plasmoid - newastroscience

Although this fascinating image from the Event Horizon Telescope collaboration is claimed by misled scientists to be a supermassive black hole at the center of the Messier 87 galaxy, it is actually a plasmoid. More about this is here.

The Sun's interior is much cooler than the 6,000oK photosphere, hence why sunspots appear dark: -

Sunspot - newastroscience

Details around a planet-sized sunspot. Hairs, canals and dark cores within bright filaments extend into the spot. The dark cores of filaments are thousands of miles long but only about 60 miles wide. Image credit: Swedish Solar Telescope.

Nuclear fusion occurs in the blistering hot 2 million degrees K corona: -

Solar corona seen during a total eclipse

Electricity is all around us. It pervades the Universe. The visible Universe is almost 100% plasma. The Sun and stars are close to 100% plasma. Nearly 100% of the interplanetary, interstellar, and intergalactic medium is plasma. The Earth's ionosphere is plasma:

Gravity seems to be dominant here in the Solar System because the planets are now in electrically neutral orbits around the Sun, which is why Newton's law of Gravitation works so well with our space probes. We can calculate spacecraft trajectories correctly with gravitational slingshots to reach the outer planets.

Electricity seems to play a minor role in our world. However, its power easily demonstrated in lightning strikes:

The electric force in action - newastroscience

However, the electric force is 1042 times more powerful than the feeble force of gravity:

Electricity / Gravity ratio
10 exp 42

Plasma & Electricity

Not that long ago the planets were in different positions. Their motions led to fearful interactions that our ancestors experienced. Evidence of cosmic thunderbolts is now well documented on the Thunderbolts website. David Talbott's movie 'Symbols of an Alien Sky' and the many Electric Universe videos are eye-openers: -

Beyond the present 'electrically settled' Solar System, the electrical force is at work. It is why spiral galaxies behave the way they do, with all the member stars rotating at the same velocity - in defiance of Newtonian gravitation: -

Spiral galaxy NGC 1232

Plasma filaments and Birkeland currents are ubiquitous and connect the stars of our Milky Way galaxy to its plasmoid core. They connect galaxies in the local group and other groups to galaxy clusters and superclusters. The Milky Way is a member of the Laniakea Supercluster:

Laniakea Supercluster

It seems that plasmoids at the cores of galaxies power all the member stars. The Sun is, therefore, remotely powered.