Milky Way Galaxy Bubbles and the North Polar Spur Supernova Outflows Found Having Aligned Magnetic Fields Lines


The Milky Way’s bubbles of radio lobes, X-rays and gamma rays, are produced by intense star formation regions and supernovas driven near the galaxy’s center. Phony black hole theories to explain how galaxy bubbles form are now rubbish. Magnetized outflows trace the magnetic field lines, and from the central region of the milky way transport 10^55 ergs of magnetic energy into the galactic halo. 

Bubble Dispute??
the North Polar Spur has magnetized outflows that align with the milky way bubbles. LaViolette disputes whether the new milky way bubbles are likely a misinterpretation of the north polar spur bubbles.

“Giant Magnetized Outflows from the center of the Milky Way” by Carretti

New photos by the Carretti team show enormous outflows of charged particles from the galactic center stretching over halfway across the sky.

The answer to the dispute is found in research. In 2003 Miroshnichenko at Institute of Radio Astronomy in Ukraine published paper New Interpretation of the North Polar Spur.  He says the north polar spur is our galaxy’s jet. The large-scale feature of the galactic background radio emission, and the north polar spur, may be a jet of our galaxy. The jet may be enveloped in an extended cocoon…that includes the milky way’s local bubble and galaxy group. The north polar spur is in the local bubble, and are part of the galaxy’s jet.   The North Polar Spur as our Galaxy Jet 

LaViolette suggests that a misinterpretation of the image to be the galaxy bubble, is the north polar spur. This seems extremely unlikely, since the NPS is well known, and NASA FERMI shows how a template of the north polar spur was extracted from a synchrotron map.  FERMI NASA – north polar spur template extracted from synchrotron map

GALACTIC JETS and COSMIC MAGNETISM in a nearby supernova = Fractal Universe 

milky way’s haze

X-ray filament 40 light years across near center of milky way

North Polar Spur near Polaris