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The UVS inductive resolution
s on vortical spoke and spiral arm

Based on the UVS model, many types naturally formed spoke and spiral arm, are vortically manifested.

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.

From the UVS perspective, the vortical spoke is a furrow formed by a satellite vortex with its vortex column compressed on the accredition disc of the dominant unisonal vortex that impels it.

Spokes are leading satellite vortices formed on the accredition disc in different angular phase, and they point radially toward the core of the dominant unisonal vortex.

These satellite vortices spin in same rotation direction of the dominant unisonal vortex.


Vortiacl spokes

From the UVS perspective, spiral arm is a furrow formed by a satellite vortex with its vortex column stretched on accredition disc of the dominant unisonal vortex that impels it.

Spiral arms are lagging satellite vortices formed on the accredition disc in different angular phase, and they point away from the core of dominant unisonal vortex.

These satellite vortices spin in opposite rotation direction of the dominant unisonal vortex.



Spiral arms

Furrows of vortical spokes on a galaxy.
Furrows of vortical spokes on surface of a blind polar vortex illuminated by an aurora.  
Furrows of vortical spokes with aurora showing it on vortex wall around vortex column of a polar vortex.
Furrows of vortical spokes formed on Saturn's rings in flattened layers of atmosphere.
Markings of furrows on remnants caused by vortical spokes of molten matter vortex.



Furrows of spiral stellar arms on a galaxy.
Furrows of spiral arms formed by a clear air vortex illuminated by an aurora.
Furrows of spiral cloud arms formed by an atmospheric cyclonic vortex.
Furrows of spiral fluid arms formed on an oceanic whirlpool.
Markings of furrows on remnants caused by spiral arms of molten matter vortex.

The furrow of a spiral cloud arm was made visible with cloud that has stretched and press landed on a flat surface of lower cloud level, and this furrow can create a downburst underneath it.
Furrow formed on water.

 

 

 

Glossary:   
cyclonic
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Describing a direction of rotation that is counterclockwise in the Northern Hemisphere, clockwise in the Southern Hemisphere.
furrow
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A narrow groovelike or trenchlike depression in any surface: the furrows of a wrinkled face.
spoke
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A spoke is one of some number of rods radiating from the center of a wheel (the hub where the axle connects), connecting the hub with the round traction surface.

 

 

 

 

3rd Sep 2007

References and links:
Image of spiral arms graphic - NASA/JPL-Caltech/R
Images of Cartwheel Galaxy - NASA
Images of Victoria crater - NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter
Image of Galaxy M81- NASA
Image of hurricane Katrina -
Image provided by Satellite Imaging Corporation
Image of aurora with scattered light - Per-Andre Hoffmann
Image of aurora on blind vortex - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Image of oceanic whirlpool - Walkersville Middle School Frederick County, Maryland
Image of spokes in Saturn's rings - www.space.com

 

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