Is this recent discovery by citizen scientists evidence of the energetic shift we're experiencing? Is our sun just one of many in our galaxy that is experiencing this re-charging effect that is apparently permeating every sphere of our existence?
More than 5,000 space bubbles have been discovered in the disk of our Milky Way galaxy by a team of part-time citizen scientists.
These bubbles are blown by young, hot stars into the surrounding gas and dust, and indicate areas of brand-new star formation, scientists say.
"These findings make us suspect that the Milky Way is a much more active star-forming galaxy than previously thought," Eli Bressert, an astrophysics doctoral student at the European Southern Observatory, said in a statement. "The Milky Way's disk is like champagne with bubbles all over the place."
A team of volunteers pored over observations from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope and discovered more than 5,000 "bubbles" in the disk of our Milky Way galaxy. CREDIT: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Oxford University
That's pretty remarkable; 5000 new suns seen forming just within the data they were given. What we've all been taught is that the Universe is supposed to be expanding into oblivion as all the lights of the sky die off or turn into nasty black holes. A whole different perspective when you see it as the wonderful continually creative never-ending source that it really is. To think we're an intrinsic interactive part of it, not just some cold, dying, observer as crude science and limiting teachings would have you believe, is tremendously empowering.
Meanwhile, the sun is just finishing emitting the biggest solar storm to hit earth since 2004, and it still isn't expected to reach its peak activity until the middle of 2013. Pretty amazing times. With the axis shifting, the magnetosphere changing and volcanic activity already off the charts, we can expect a lot of changes to come.
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