NanoDisk Galaxy Model Highly Organized by H2, Nanodust Grains, Light, Cold Gas, and Magnetic Fields to Form Stars
Nanorods and nanospheres
Extreme high voltage plasma interactions by an applied magnetic field
A Nano-cosmology of dust, plasma, magnetohydrodynamics, and phase changes into superfluids and supersolids. Protoplanetary disks that form planets, and galaxy disks that form star systems, are significantly shaped by H2 astrochemistry, geometric lattices aligning by light interactions, and nano-scale crystal phase changes. H2 molecular hydrogen attracts and binds to dust grains, that moves and aligns grains collectively to form complex plasma cosmic structures.
Electrical and magnetic charges are now being observed for the first time in outer space:
H2 Molecular Hydrogen the most common molecule in the interstellar medium of all galaxies, attaches to substrate dust grains, that collectively magnetically align into entire solar system accretion disks that form planets, and galaxy disks where stars form.
The coldest clouds are undetectable like black holes that are best modeled as real superfluid helium with impurities.
Nanoscientist Zheng wrote me back once, about my nano-galaxy model. She wrote that it is a good analogy of a galaxy, the formation of nanoparticles into nanorods, that suddenly behave like a single huge giant like atom. Nanorods self-assemble like our milky way galaxy bar structure, and both have the same ratios of width, length, and thickness.
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