New data delivery from Gaia telescope
The Gaia telescope, in a new data delivery, has provided information on more than 1.8 billion stars in the Milky Way, and 220 million photometric spectra that will allow estimation of mass, color, temperature and the age of the stars. Another discovery is that the galaxy is turbulent, made of accidents, and revolves around a perpendicular plane while ascending and descending.
James-Webb Telescope observed 2 galaxies colliding
The James-Webb Telescope observed the cataclysmic collision of two galaxies 275 million light-years from Earth. When two galaxies orbit each other and collide, they rip huge amounts of material from each other and create massive shock waves that spur activity in dust-shrouded star-forming regions.
Electrons’ trajectories influenced by impurities
The electrons and their trajectories are influenced by the impurities of the materials and the vibrations between the atoms that compose them. But in their absence, quantum effects take over and the electrons then no longer behave like individual particles, but manage to “capture” the quantum behavior of their congeners to move together. They thus form a viscous electronic fluid like a whirlpool.
Polarizing atoms so they are attracted to each other
Researchers have succeeded in polarizing several atoms simultaneously so that they are attracted to each other, creating a single bond state that is significantly weaker than the bond between two atoms in a typical molecule. This force of attraction could be measured for the first time.
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(77aH*) : August 6th is the anniversary of the atomic bomb explosion on Hiroshima in 1945.
This date represents the entrance of Humanity into the age of Revelation (Apocalypsis).
Thus, since August 6, 2022, we are in 77 aH, (meanning 77 after Hiroshima).
It is also an “atheist” and universal calendar to replace the existing “monotheist”, religious and non universal calendars.
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