Friday, June 16, 2017

Amazing Astronomy News: New evidence suggests that all stars are born in pairs

AscensionWithEarth Observation:  If I remember correctly many alternative history articles and even info coming out of inner earth sources have suggested that Saturn was actually a star which many ancient civilizations worshiped and revered.   A quick search brings up a few articles that talk about Saturn as being this solar systems second sun.  Here they are for your reference. 

Interesting to see that now the science and astronomy community is now suggesting that every star is birthed in pairs.  The name they gave our twin sun is being called "Nemesis".   Do you see this as a possible connection?  Disclosure? 

Below are two articles talking about the latest discovery about duel sun systems.


NEMESIS: Scientists find evidence our solar System may have had TWO Suns

According to experts, there is evidence which suggests that all stars in the universe are born in pairs. For decades, scientists have speculated that our sun has an ‘evil’ twin referred to as NEMESIS—a dwarf star responsible for hurling objects from the outer solar system towards our planet. In fact, NEMESIS may even have been resposnible for mass extinctions that have rocked Earth for millions of years.

Left image: Radio image of a young binary system. Lower Right: Image of a triple star system formed from a disk of dust. All detected in the molecular cloud of Perseus. Upper right: Binary system located in the region IC 348 where the two stars interact by emitting pulses of light.
Astronomers use the term binary system to refer to two stars that are so close together that they orbit around a common center of mass.

This is something quite frequent in the Universe, which has motivated some researchers to question if our Sun could ever be part of one of these systems. Now a team of researchers from the Universities of Harvard and Berkeley has conducted a study whose results suggest that all stars are born forming binary systems and that ours would not be an exception.

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New evidence that all stars are born in pairs 

by Robert Sanders for Berkeley News Berkeley CA (SPX) Jun 15, 2017

Radio image of a very young binary star system, less than about 1 million years old, that formed within a dense core (oval outline) in the Perseus molecular cloud. All stars likely form as binaries within dense cores. (SCUBA-2 survey image by Sarah Sadavoy, CfA)
Did our sun have a twin when it was born 4.5 billion years ago?

Almost certainly yes - though not an identical twin. And so did every other sunlike star in the universe, according to a new analysis by a theoretical physicist from UC Berkeley and a radio astronomer from the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory at Harvard University.

Many stars have companions, including our nearest neighbor, Alpha Centauri, a triplet system.
Astronomers have long sought an explanation. Are binary and triplet star systems born that way? Did one star capture another? Do binary stars sometimes split up and become single stars?

Astronomers have even searched for a companion to our sun, a star dubbed Nemesis because it was supposed to have kicked an asteroid into Earth's orbit that collided with our planet and exterminated the dinosaurs. It has never been found.

The new assertion is based on a radio survey of a giant molecular cloud filled with recently formed stars in the constellation Perseus, and a mathematical model that can explain the Perseus observations only if all sunlike stars are born with a companion.

"We are saying, yes, there probably was a Nemesis, a long time ago," said co-author Steven Stahler, a UC Berkeley research astronomer.

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