Exploring the Milky Way Galaxy has led to to the discovery of something incredibly unclear and mysterious about Sol and the Milky Way Galaxy. Greats like Copernicus and Galileo were stepping stones succeeded by Einstein, Hawking, and many others.
• List of objects in the Ascendents Astronomy Catalog (AAC)
• Notable stars of the Ascendents Sphere
• Mysteries of the Ascendents Sphere
What is happening in the Milky Way Galaxy?
Continued from, Space: Quick Guide for Finding Earth, greater than black holes, understanding the state of our galaxy and being able to see the immediate effects of what is happening, is a paradox that answers and unanswers the universe from all sides, because as explained in the previous article, Space: Bonus Galaxy Collisions, light reaches us before matter, and for something so giant to collide, it takes millions of years for the transition, and a lot can happen in those millions of years. The most distant parts of the galaxy told us the story way before humans are ever going to feel it, as when at a distance to look at an object thousands of light years in diameter, it's mind-bending even trying to make sense of what is seen.
What is AAC-1? The Ascendents Sphere
AAC-1 isn't the Oort Cloud or Kuiper Asteroid Belt. Those are icy and a lot closer, and don't need their distances referenced in light years. The Ascendents Sphere of stars AAC-1 is about 913 light years away. Why are we where we are? Even though Sol is inside the sphere, due to galactic relativity, its wave may still be approaching. For now, Earth survives the disturbance. There is a lot to assume. Gaps in stars over time made our galaxy map & the sphere's boundary. The sphere AAC-1 might be the limitation of certain telescopes, and the rays could be from big stars casting shadows, but that doesn't quite explain the story of why some rays are made of only blue stars. Modern telescopes can see millions and billions of light years, there is no reason for charts to get hung up at 913 light years. It seems like the technology for charting that many stars would have to be fairly modern. If the Ascendents Sphere is a data error, it doesn't answer why every sphere star isn't exactly 913 light years, sometimes it's 912, or maybe even 930 light years away. Maybe the paradox isn't a true sphere. Maybe Sol isn't the center. Maybe the center isn't what it was. Maybe the change ended the dinosaurs, or maybe since from a long time before that, the sphere could have drifted. If Sol isn't the center, time-dilation relativity would explain why we aren't dust, or maybe we are. All humanity is a flash for a turn of the galaxy; there's time for life even during galactic catastrophe.
At the sphere edge in the middle of M 7 (AAC-7) is star system AAC-2.
These two stars appear to orbit each other:
HD 162678 (AAC-2-1) & HD 162679 (AAC-2-2).
Messier Object 7: Ptolemy’s Cluster (AAC-7)
This blue line on the Ascendents Sphere is Messier 7: Ptolemy’s Cluster (M 7) is supposedly extends 980 light years away, however; there are data tables everywhere and they seem to keep getting more accurate. Online searches for a sphere of stars at that distance returned no recognizable information. It could be a shockwave gathering the stars with less mass. Update from August 29, 2022: Articles from 2019 reference possibilities for a vague "river of stars" at 1000 light years, but the articles don't identify the object or accurately describe it as spherical and all-surrounding (they claimed to have found a disc), and since then (three years later) has been unheard of and undocumented. Researchers even published the stellar river in the journal Astronomy and Astrophysics. "As soon as we investigated this particular group of stars in more detail, we knew that we had found what we were looking for: A coeval, stream-like structure, stretching for hundreds of parsecs across a third of the entire sky," said Verena Fürnkranz, doctoral student at the University of Vienna. "It was so thrilling to be part of a new discovery."
It is unclear if what they thought they spotted even is the Ascendents Sphere (AAC-1), which is actually a ~913 ly radius star-dome (not a river or stream-like). If anything, the Ascendents Sphere would be more like an "ocean" of stars, but Earth's global conveyor belt can cycle the oceans every 1000 years. For the Ascendents Sphere, however; slower more like tectonic plates -- star currents are even much more complicated, existing in stellar magnitudes, and even galactic time proportions. The Star Dome of the Ascendents' origin and center is critical to understanding the true story of humanity. A textbook rewriting discovery of such universal magnitude is here at Ascendents.net. The Ascendents Sphere (AAC-1) is a new astronomic finding and these articles chart/document it.
Further research can determine if the shape of the Ascendents Sphere, like the shape of our galaxy map, is real or technology limitation/artifact, however; nearly 1000 light years away, a stellar sphere seems to surround us. In the next article, explore some Ascendents Sphere (AAC-1) stars.
To be continued... Click here: Space: Notable Stars of the Ascendents Sphere