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The UVS visual inductive resolution on the structures of planetary nebulae

Based on UVS model, the phenomenon of a planetary nebula is rendered by a pair of nested polar vortices encapsulated by its toroidal vortex, which is vortically consolidating its diffused star (commonly known as an exploded star in the remnant of supernova) with rapidly expelling materials that are vortically scattered on its pair of nested bowl-shaped polar vortrices.

This is fundamentally the causality that manifests planetary nebulae with glowing ionized gas to form as all sorts of vortical structures.

See the UVS topic on "Overviews of the UVS research" that elaborates on its visual grounded theory for the evaluations of natural phenomena.

From the UVS perspective, the invisble spheroidal torus vortex of a planetary nebula, is optically negated to render the delusion that the underlying mechanism is not there, and this renders the cognitive paradox to obscure it to become a mysterious phenomenon in its delusory observation.

Based on unisonal vortex mechanism, the shapes and vortical patterns of a nebula are caused by the intensity of vortical interactions for its nested plasma polar vortex pair, and how extensive the diffused star is wobbling in its two-axis spin.

This is rendered by the precession effects of the spheroid unisonal vortex to interact with its rapidly expelled materials from the diffused star, thus forms its pair of plasma polar vortices that vortically impell their pairs of nested bowl-shaped vortrex columns to open to different extends from its two primary spinning axes.

The dual-axis
of a spheroid.

All sources of radiation for galaxy clusters, galaxies, stars, novae,
supernovae, planetary nebulae, and etc, are manifested from the
vortical motion of aether in their nested spheroidal encapsulations
. - UVS inspired -

From the UVS perspective, the magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) dynamo effect of a nested polar vortex pair on a diffused star, can resonate to cause the ionized atoms encapsulated in the nested vortex structure to glow in various colors, appearing as glowing gases that emit different color lights at different wavelengths in its vortical substructures. Relative to the original size of its star, this process illuminates atoms in the nested atmosphere of the diffused star to appear as a planetary nebula with its enormous nested vortical structure.

See the UVS topics on "The nested atmosphere of comet" that illustrates on the nested hydrogen atmosphere that encapsulates an energetic outburst comet, "Polar aurora" that illustrates the phenomenon of aurora is caused by polar vortex with glowing ionized gas, and "Debris disk of star" that elaborates on the vortical mechanism of vortrex.

See also externally linked topics on "Nebular hypoehesis" and "The Solar System alignment effect" that illustrate how spinning cloud could be vortically flattened into a disk, and also condensed into a star with its planets.

The nine basic structures of vortically consolidated nebulae

From the UVS perspective, these are the speculations on how extensive and how intensified the diffused stars were wobbling, and thus vortically form the observed structures of nebulae with their pairs of nested polar vortices.

Intensity:Low Wobble:Mild
Intensity:Mid Wobble:Mild
Intensity:High Wobble:Mild

The Hourglass Nebula

The Red Square Nebula

A not found nebula

Intensity:Low Wobble:Moderate
Intensity:Mid Wobble:Moderate
Intensity:High Wobble:Moderate

The Butterfly Nebula

The Dumbbell Nebula

The Ring Nebula

Intensity:Low Wobble:Extensive
Intensity:Mid Wobble:Extensive
Intensity:High Wobble:Extensive

The Flame Nebula

The Stingray Nebula

The Abell 39 Nebula

All celestial objects are externally impelled to rotate and revolve
in vortical motion with resonated precession effects.
- UVS inspired


Definition of polar vortex intensity in this context:
Low intensity vortex, approximately, the vortex angle at the core is much lesser than 60 degree.
Mid intensity vortex, approximately, the vortex angle at the core is more than 60 degree and less than 120 degree.
High intensity vortex, approximately, the vortex angle at the core is much more than 120 degree.


~ With special thanks to anonymous from Singapore for his email on a report for "Hubble Telescope reveals true shape of Ring Nebula" that reveals an unprecedented view of the nebula's three-dimensional nested torus transformed structure.


16th June 2007

References and links:
Planetary nebula
- From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nebula - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Supernova remnant - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nebula - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Precession - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Dynamo effect - Excerpt from the Encyclopedia Britannica
Magnetohydrodynamics - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Nebular hypoehesis - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Solar system formation - aerospaceweb.org
Hubble Telescope reveals true shape of Ring Nebula - Mother Nature Network; MNN
Image of hourglass nebula - Phoenix Mars Mission
Image of Southern Crab Nebula - Hubble Site
Image of The Crab Nebula; M1 - NASA, ESA, J. Hester and A. Loll (Arizona State University)
Images of Planetary nebula - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Image of Butterfly Nebula - SpaceImages.com
Image of bubble-shaped Nebula - Isaac Newton Group of Telescopes
Image of Abell39 - NOAO - Outreach - Planetary Nebula Sampler
Image of OTS44 - Universe Today

The vortical interactions of planetary nebula

Despite there was no direct observation evidence for Cat Eye's Nebula on the supposedly existing brown dwarf counterpart of the dwarf star in this planetary nebula, the binary star system SS443 is evidence for the vortical mechanism of the Cat Eye's Nebula that has demonstrated this similar type of asymmetrical vortical patterns.

From the UVS perspective, these vortical patterns are longitudinal waves that formed as vortical spiral arms, are primarily caused by a countering torque-induced precession acting on its star that was revolving the barycenter of the star system.

Graphic on right illustrates the asymmetrical cascading vortical spirals arms (in gray) on various viscous atmospheric layers.

See the UVS subtopic on "The causality of tidal force" that illustrates on how a pair of spiral magnetotails could be formed in a vortical force field.

The images of SS443 and Cat's Eye nebula as shown below, each shows a nested pair of vortical spiral arms.

Processed image of the Cat's Eye Nebula to reveal the concentric rings surrounding the inner core.

X-ray/optical composite image of an inner structure of the Cat's Eye Nebula.

An illustration for a wobbling asymmetrical vortrex pair for the inner structure of the Cat's Eye nebula.
Schematic of dominant unisonal vortex with an elongated dual-core vortex eye in a progressive vortical paradigm arrangement with vortical spokes and vortical spiral arms.

The image on right in a false-color image of Cat's Eye Nebula, shows the enormous but extremely faint halo of greenish gaseous materials, which is over three light-years across, and it surrounds the inner structure of this planetary nebula.

The outer rings that encompasses the inner structure of the Cat's Eye nebula in this image, suggests there is a huge invisible nested torus transformed spheroidal vortex, and it encapsulates the entire planetary nebula.

From the UVS perspective, the glows that appeared as nested rings, are supposedly the glowing atmospheric layers seen at the edges of a torus transformed nested spheroid unisonal vortex of the diffused star system.

A false-color picture of the Cat's Eye Nebula.
A nested form of
torus structure.

The nested atmosphere of a planetary nebula, expelled from its diffused star, is mainly filled with ionized hydrogen atoms that illuminate with its electric glow discharge at various wavelengths.

Ionized hydrogen atom emits deep red light at the wavelength between 625-740 nm, orange light at the wavelength between 590-625 nm, yellow light at the wavelength between 565-590 nm, green light at the wavelength between 520-565 nm, cyan light at the wavelength between 500-520 nm, blue light at the wavelength between 435-500 nm, and violet light at the wavelength between 380-435 nm.

See an externally linked topic on "Electron Transitions" that elaborates on the color spectrum of ionized hydrogen.

The above conjectures on the interaction of vortical dynamics for these bipolar planetary nebulae are contemplated based on the unisonal vortex mechanism in the UVS worldview.


We wish to find the truth, no matter where it lies. But to find the truth we need imagination and skepticism both. We will not be afraid to speculate, but we will be careful to distinguish speculation from fact. - Carl Sagan





~ With special thanks to Graham Burnett for his inspiring responds and bringing to attention the binary star system SS443 that has displayed similar vortical spiral arms as Cat's Eye Nebula.


June 2008

References and links:
Planetary nebula
- From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cat's Eye Nebula
- From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Binary system SS443 - Black Hole Encyclopedia
star - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Longitudinal waves - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Electric glow discharge - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Image of the Cat's Eye Nebula - Astronomy Picture of the Day by NASA
Images of Planetary nebula - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Image of 3D torus shape - Diaspora Chapter 2: Truth Mining


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