“This Was Totally Unexpected” – Astronomers Find 2.6 Million Light Year Long Stream of H Gas

The Red Pill

Scientist continue to be perplexed by what they find in space.  If everything is so close to being understood with just a few details here and there to be resolved, why are discoveries that fly in the face of what’s possible continually rebuffing established science? The following discovery highlights this point yet again.  I wonder what the Electric Universe plasma scientists have to say about this one.  Will update if this comes up on one of their Space News episodes. “TRp”

The bridge of gas (shown in green) stretches from the large galaxy at the bottom left to the group of galaxies at the top. A third nearby galaxy to the right also has a shorter stream of gas attached to it. The three insets show expanded views of the different galaxies and the green circle indicates the Arecibo telescope beam. Credit: Rhys Taylor/Arecibo Galaxy Environment Survey/The Sloan Digital Sky Survey Collaboration. Click for a full resolution image The bridge of gas (shown in green) stretches from the large galaxy at the bottom left to the group of galaxies at the top. A third nearby galaxy to the right also has a shorter stream of gas attached to it. The three insets show expanded views of the different galaxies and the green circle indicates the Arecibo telescope beam. Credit: Rhys Taylor/Arecibo Galaxy Environment Survey/The Sloan Digital Sky…

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