Massive Ultravilet Signature: 08 Leo ~ 16m, J2000; a total
eclipsing binary, end of mass transfer stage. Known since the 19 th century.
More info: (San
Diego State). Just above δ Cnc (Asellus Australis).
RA or Longitude DEC or Latitude PA(East of North)
130.98391667 19.03416667 0.000000
128.32061566 0.88002457 344.875829
Massive ultraviolet signature & main sequence blue star at the edge of mass
transfer, known since 19 th cent. It is close to the ecliptic.
Light curves are stable, except when lensed with ultraviolet, then it goes
bananas, and its light brightens. WW and and S Cac ( this star) is a total
eclipsing binary, with this star as the cool one, with a soft shell. This was
one of the first that used the algolian ( first studied eclipsing binary system,
normal today in most stars) system, so the papers usually refer to them as algol
stars. Massive ultraviolet signature viewed from the surrounding stars shows a
huge signature, unlike anything else. GALEX
1961. A middle aged New Hampshire
couple, Betty and Barney Hill met a group of robotoids claiming to have come
from a region around alpha centaurii. It used to be regarded just as a star, but
today, we know it has a black hole ( I call them a vortex), this is a forming
galaxy, and black holes are not swallowers of physical matter, they only strip
the spiritual matter from the physical, spitting out matter in a form of gamma
rays and other particles which will cool to form the debris mentioned in
John Mitchell came from the
Newton school on gravitational forces, and thus dramatically expanded the light
speed - limit verses magnets and gravitational bending -- and this was Albert
Einstein's clue that relativity has 'universal' laws and physical light can be
the 'central vector' to gage all other things related to the physical universe,
properly understood by the new fad of quantum physics, Einstein had participated
In 1783, Mitchell sent a letter
to Henry Cavendish ( pub. 1784) detailing the precursors to what we know today
as 'black holes,' or how this English school began to understand Newton's
revolutionary Gravity constants and how these two forces restrict light, thus
Mitchell's mention of a 'Dark Star' that exists, but we cannot see it because of
a massive pull of gravity upon the systems of light waves.
( during late 18th c.) Cambridge Ph.D., et al.) described as
a dark skinned complexion, short and bulgy man first
formulated the light speed limit and gravitational 'dark
stars', precursors to the black hole ( I call a vortex, as
it acts more correctly by this understanding.
Galactic Center by X-Ray, shows a skull or death face, which are of course blue