The loneliest star revealed in Milky Way bulge (Galactic Central Sun?)

An unusual celestial object called CX330 was first detected as a source of X-ray light in 2009. It has been launching “jets” of material into the gas and dust around it. © NASA / JPL-Caltech

From NASA’s infrared survey and telescope data, scientists have detected an unusual celestial object in a bulge at the center of the Milky Way… No, not nougat, but an isolated young star.

CX330 is estimated to be less than 1 million years old, which is a very young age by the universe’s standards. And, as with any young body, it is going through a tremendous growth spurt by sending out jets of materials that “slam into the gas and dust around it.”

Galactic center

Scientists at NASA believe CX330 has been growing for several years, and that, over a three-year period, its brightness has increased by a few hundred times.

And it is also very lonely.

“CX330 (the young star) is not near any star-forming region,” said NASA in a statement.

It was “first detected as a source of X-ray light in 2009 by NASA’s Chandra X-Ray Observatory while it surveying the bulge in the central region of the Milky Way,” said NASA.

A 2016 study by the Royal Astronomical Society found the bright nugget in the bulge was “the most isolated young star that has been discovered.”

A further survey with NASA’s Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE), which is tasked with imaging the entire sky in infrared, and data from its Spitzer Telescope came to the same conclusion.

CX330 has been compared to FU Orionis, a young outbursting star that had a similar growth spurt in 1936-7, but this young star is “more compact, hotter and likely more massive,” because it is more isolated.

“We tried various interpretations for it, and the only one that makes sense is that this rapidly growing young star is forming in the middle of nowhere,” said Chris Britt, lead author of the study on CX330 recently published in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society.

“The disk has probably heated to the point where the gas in the disk has become ionized, leading to a rapid increase in how fast the material falls onto the star,” said Thomas Maccarone, study co-author and associate professor at Texas Tech.

The young star may help scientists understand the way stars form under different circumstances but they don’t think planets are forming in CX330’s system because of its increasing voracity.

“If it’s truly a massive star, its lifetime is short and violent, and I wouldn’t recommend being a planet around it,” said Joel Green, study co-author and researcher at the Space Telescope Institute in Baltimore. “You could experience some pretty intense heat for a few centuries.”

Then it will just be melted nougat in the Milky Way.


7 thoughts on “The loneliest star revealed in Milky Way bulge (Galactic Central Sun?)

  1. What happened to the Galactic wave that was to hit on july 26th 2016? I was out side all day and did not see anything. Oh well. Oh this bounty hunting thing is not working that witch Hillary is still there along with the Bush’s. I hear Bieldberger is have a meeting soon with everyone on the list. Will there be a round up then? Can’t wait to see it.

  2. ‘That’s me in the corner
    That’s me in the spotlight
    Losing my religion
    Trying to keep up with you
    And I don’t know if I can do it
    Oh no, I’ve said too much
    I haven’t said enough’

    (Losing my religion. REM)

    Thank you.

  3. This is interesting in the sense that these observations are coming from conventional physicists working at a terrestrial observatory who do not know much or anything about the advanced physics of the Secret Space Programs.

    What these advances would contribute to this discussion will have to wait until after the Event.

  4. Here’s an example of how convential physicists relate to the possible evidence that solar activity influences the phenomenon of earthquakes. As always, much grumbling is audible on the bridge between the scientific world and the metaphysical world. This example here does actually match scientific levels. That’s what’s causing the grumbling most, I can imagine.

    • No.

      Earth and the inhabitants have been in 25,000 years of imprisonment and quarantine (black hole). We have been controlled and manipulated by the dark side – or as we call them, The Cabal. We are now to exit the black hole after 25,000 years of prison. Our planet is the last one in the galaxy to be liberated. This exit is the EVENT HORIZON, or THE EVENT.  THE EVENT will be a moment of breakthrough for the planet which will be physical and non physical.
      On the non physical plane there will be a big wave or flash of Divine energy and light coming from the Galactic Central sun going towards the surface of the planet. (The galactic central sun is an object in the Sagittarius constellation.) It will be a flash or special kind of light from the Sun that permeates the earth and humanity.
      It will calm humanity in the light of love energy and end duality. It’s a magnificent energy not seen or felt before on earth. Everyone on earth will feel and know something has happened. It will be a surprise as to when it will happen, even for us. It’s never happened before. It will not be a major shock event, it will be a positive event.
      On the physical plane there will be:
      • The arrest of the Cabal (already started).
      • The re-set of the Financial Systems.
      • Disclosure – the release of ET information.
      • The beginning of a new, fair financial system with prosperity funds for all humanity.
      • NEW Government/Political system, Education system, Health care system, etc.
      • Awakening of humanity slowly and gradually to the existence of positive non-terrestrial races and our galactic connections.
      • Introduction of new advanced technologies.
      • The release of spiritual growth and healing for every human being on the planet.
      • There is much, much more to look forward to.

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