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multiuniverse Author: Weitter Duckss (Slavko Sedic) Zadar Croatia wduckss@gmail.com
Traslated by: prof. Zoran Coso zcoso@unizd.hr

2020. / 19.

1. There is no Chaos in the Universe (Judgment and Argument) 2020.y.
2. Comoving Distance- Light Travel Distance (Treatise) 2020.y.
3. White dwarfs (small stars) are not White Dwarfs
4. A Constant Growth, Rotation And Its Effects, Cyclones, Light And Redshift With Images

5. When Occurring Conditions for the emergence of life
6. The Processes of Violent Disintegration and Natural Creation of Matter in the Universe
7. Why do Hydrogen and Helium Migrate from Some Planets and Smaller Objects? hot
8. Effects of Rotation Around the Axis on the Stars, Galaxy and Rotation of Universe hot

2017/2018
1. The processes which cause the appearance of objects and systems hot more than 16 000 visits
2. Demolition Hubble's law, Big Bang the basis of "modern" and ecclesiastical cosmology hot
3. What is happening to oxygen and hydrogen?
4. How are the spiral and other types of galaxies formed?

5. Why Atmospheres of Stars Lack Metals?
6. The influence of rotation of stars on their radius, temperature...
7. Where is the truth about Big Bang theory? hot
8. Why is "The Evolution of Stars" incorrect?

9. Reassessment of the old but still employed theories of Universe through database checking hot
10. Is there "fast and slow combustion" of stars?
11. Why Mars does not have the atmosphere like Titan or Earth?
12. Observing the Universe through colors

13. Vacuum in space or undetected matter?
14. Using "tales" in science to acquire financial resources – is it correct?
15. The formation of particles in the Universe
16. Space in images hot

2016

1. Gravitational waves – a great discovery or a great scandal (a plagiarism)?
2. Natural Satellites and Rotation
3. Why there is a ring, an asteroid belt or a disk around the celestial objects? hot
4. The causal relation between a star and its temperature, gravity, radius and color

5. The causal relation of space and the absence of light in Universe
6. What is background radiation telling us?
7. They have seen a black hole in action! ...?
8. The Reverse Influence of Cyclones to the Rotation of Stars

9. Why iron did not sink when Earth was hot?
10. Why there is not one and the same atmosphere on the objects of our system?
11. Supernovae are not our creators
12. The Wrong Ideas About Life Creating Zones

13. What Are The Lakes On Titan Made Of?
14. Why there are differences in structure of the objects in our system? hot
15. What are working temperatures of elements and compounds in the Universe?
16. There is no ring around Pluto! ? hot

17. Weitter Duckss's Theory of the Universe

before 2016.
1. Universe and rotation
2. Processes in universe
3. The introduction or prologue

 

Publication (References)

Budapest International Research in Exact Sciences (BirEx) Journal
DOI: https://doi.org/10.33258/birex.v2i1.704 "Comoving Distance- Light Travel Distance (Treatise)"
https://bircu-journal.com/index.php/birex/article/view/704/pdf 2020.y.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.33258/birex.v1i4.474 "
The Processes of Violent Disintegration and Natural Creation of Matter in the Universe"
https://bircu-journal.com/index.php/birex/article/view/474 November 2019

International Journal of Sciences
DOI: 10.18483/ijSci.1908 "Effects of Rotation Around the Axis on the Stars, Galaxy and Rotation of Universe" https://www.ijsciences.com/pub/pdf/V82019021908.pdf march 2019

DOI: 10.18483/ijSci.2115 When Occurring Conditions for the Emergence of Life and a Constant Growth, Rotation and its Effects, Cyclones, Light and Redshift in Images, International Journal of Sciences https://www.ijsciences.com/pub/pdf/V82019072115.pdf july 2019.

DOI: 10.18483/ijSci.2177 ~ 2 ` 11 a 23-31  Volume 8 - Nov 2019 White Dwarfs are Small, Fast-Spinning Hot Stars
https://www.ijsciences.com/pub/pdf/V82019112177.pdf

The Intellectual Archive Journal
http://www.IntellectualArchive.com/files/Duckss.pdf;
DOI: https://doi.org/10.32370/IAJ.2055„Why do Hydrogen and Helium Migrate“ April 2019.

American Journal of Astronomy and Astrophysics.
DOI: 10.11648/j.ajaa.20180603.13 "The processes which cause the appearance of objects and systems"
http://www.sciencepublishinggroup.com/journal/paperinfo?journalid=301&doi=10.11648/j.ajaa.20180603.13 november 2018

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http://www.ijser.org/onlineResearchPaperViewer.aspx?Weitter-Duckss-Theory-of-the-Universe.pdf  
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http://www.globalscientificjournal.com/researchpaper/Why-is-The-Evolution-of-Stars-incorrect.pdf  
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http://www.globalscientificjournal.com/researchpaper/ZADARS-THEORY-OF-THE-UNIVERSE.pdf

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https://www.academia.edu/26326626/Weitter_Ducksss_Theory_of_the_Universe
https://www.academia.edu/31452775/There_is_no_ring_around_Pluto

https://www.academia.edu/19025940/Why_there_is_a_ring_an_asteroid_belt_or_a_disk_around_the_celestial_objects   https://www.academia.edu/28066462/Why_there_are_differences_in_structure_of_the_objects_in_our_system https://www.academia.edu/17760569/The_Oort_cloud._Speed_of_light_is_not_the_limit https://www.academia.edu/18485381/The_causal_relation_between_a_star_and_its_temperature_gravity_radius_and_color

https://www.academia.edu/11692363/Universe_and_rotation
https://www.academia.edu/22690826/Gravitational_waves_a_great_discovery_or_a_great_scandal_a_plagiarism_
https://www.academia.edu/31672354/Why_iron_did_not_sink_when_Earth_was_hot
https://www.academia.edu/30921896/Why_Mars_has_no_atmosphere_like_the_moon_Titan_and_Earth

https://www.academia.edu/23764244/Supernovae_are_not_our_creators
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https://www.academia.edu/31258374/Observing_the_Universe_through_colors.doc
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2020/2019

There is no Chaos in the Universe (Judgment and Argument)
Author: Weitter Duckss
Independent Researcher, Zadar, Croatia

Summary
The first part of the article deals with chaos that includes very different star systems. Inside a system there are objects with a lot of satellites and those with none. Some planets in distant orbits and brown dwarfs are warmer than some stars. The objects and stars of the same mass have completely different temperatures and are often classified into almost all star types.
There is light inside an atmosphere or on the surface of an object without an atmosphere, but it disappears just outside the atmosphere or the surface of the object without the atmosphere. There are galaxies with the blueshift and redshift; although the Universe expands faster and faster, there are 200 000 galaxies and clusters of galaxies that merge or collide. There are enormous differences in the quantity of redshift at the same distances for galaxies and larger objects, i.e., there are different distances – with the differences measured in billions of light-years – for the same quantities of redshift. .
The other part of the article removes chaos and returns order in the Universe by implementing identical principles in the whole of the volume and for all objects. This text is intended for a very broad circle of readers.

Keywords: chaos, processes in space, stars, galaxies, ordered universe

1. Introduction
The current events in astronomical measurements and observations are used here and they are classified into 14 tables. All data are linked to their source. Based on the usage of data, a chaotic behavior of the processes in the Universe is returned to order and it is pointed to processes that are valid in the whole of the volume and are applied to all objects.
The differences registered at different objects are a consequence of the conditions that are specific for each object.
The method of verification is based on the comparison of different sequences of data, in order to create a comprehensive image of the processes that affect a star, its orbits, mass, the speed of rotation, color, the level of temperature, etc.
The main feature or goal of this method is acquiring universality and removing any paradox that might negate the conclusions and their verification.
This article relies on my already published articles that use the same or similar data (https://www.svemir-ipaksevrti.com/Universe-and-rotation.html), which describe more thoroughly and always from another perspective some sections of this topic.

2. Chaos?
The analysis of the Universe, if it is not comprehensive, seems chaotic. Gravity does not explain the difference between the planets without satellites and planets with many dozens of satellites, as well as rings. Pluto (mean radius 1.188,3±0,8 km) has five discovered satellites, which make 12,2% of its mass. Venus has no satellites, although its diameter is five times larger than the one of Pluto.

Table 1. ~ % Mass of satellites Satellites /Central body
  Body ~ % Mass of satellites
Satellites /Central body
Radius km Distance AU ø Temperature K
1 Sun 0,14 695 700 - 5 772 (Ph.sph)
2 Venus No satellites 6 051.8±1,0 0,723332 737 K
3 Earth 1,23 6 371,0 1 287,16 (61-90 y)
4 Mars is negligible (two satellites) 3 389,5  ± 0,2 1,523 679 210
5 Jupiter 0,021 69 911 5,2044 112 (0,1 bar)
6 Saturn 0,024 58 232 9,5826 84 (0,1 bar)
7 Uranus 0,00677 25 362±7 19,2184 47 (0,1 bar)
8 Neptune 0,385 (Triton 0,3) 24 622,0±19 30,11 55 (0,1 bar)
9 Pluto 12,2 1 188,3±0,8 39,48 44
Table 1. ~ % Mass of satellites Satellites /Central body

A table, Mass of satellites /Central body, seems chaotic. The same goes for ø temperatures, too, which do not decrease with the increase of distance from a star and if they do decrease, they do it at a pace that is unpredictable. Mercury is colder than Venus and Uranus than Neptune. If the temperatures from the dark side of the objects are included here, the illusory chaos seems to be complete.

Table 2. Sun system, temperature deviation, temperatures/ distance
  The body in orbit around the Sun Minimum temperatures °K Distance from the Sun AU
1 Mercury 80 0,39
2 Moon 100 1
3 Mars 143 1.52
4 Vesta 85 2,36
5. Ceres 168 2,77
6 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko 180 3,46
8 Callisto 80±5 5.20
9 Triton 38 30,11
10 Pluto 33 39,48
Table 2. Sun system, temperature deviation, relationship: minimum temperatures °K/distance from the Sun AU. (2018. W. Duckss) [1]

Although Mercury is 0,39 AU far from Sun, its lowest temperature is lower than these of Venus, Earth, Moon, Mars, Vesta, Ceres and 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko. The temperature of Callisto, which is 5,2 AU far, is approximately the same as that of Mercury. It is particularly obvious that the lowest temperature of 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko (180°K, distance 3,46 AU) is by 100°K higher than the lowest temperature of Mercury, or the one of Ceres (168°K), which is twice as high than the one of Mercury at the distance of 2,77 AU.
A seemingly complete chaos appears with the discovery of the exoplanets.

Table 3. planets, large distance orbits, mass/temperatur
 

Planet Mass of Jupiter Temperature K Distance AU
1 GQ Lupi b 1-36 2 650 ± 100 100
2 ROXs 42Bb 9 1 950-2,000  157
3 HD 106906 b 11 1.800 ~650
4 CT Chamaeleontis b 10,5-17 2.500 440
5 DH Tauri b 12 (8-22) (11) 2 750 330
6 HD 44627 13-14 1 600-2.400 275
7 1RXS 1609 b 14 1 800 330
8 UScoCTIO 108 b 14 2 600 670
9 Oph 11 B 21 2 478 243
10 HIP 78530 b 23,04 2 800 710
Table 3. Planets at a great distance from the stars with high temperatures and different mass. ( 2018. Lombaert et al.) [2]

Chaos !? We now have bodies (planets) in very distant orbits with star temperatures.

Table 4. Cold stars, mass/radius
  Star Mass Sun 1 Radius Sun 1 Temperature °K
1 R Cygni  Cool giant / 2.200
2 R Cassiopeiae Red giant 263-310 2.812
3 CW Leonis 0,7 – 0,9 700 2.200
4 IK Tauri 1 451-507 2.100
5 W Aquilae 1,04-3 430-473 1.800 (2250-3175)
6 R Doradus 1,2 370±50 2.740±190
7 T Cephei 1.5-1.8 329 +70 -50 2.400
8 S Pegasi  1,8 459-574 2.107
9 Chi Cygni 2,1 +1,5 -0,7 348-480 2.441-2.742
10 R Leporis 2,5 – 5 400±90 2.245-2.290
11 R Leonis Minoris  10,18 569±146 2.648
12 S Cassiopeiae loss at 3.5 x 10-6 MSun per year 930 1.800
Table 4. Cold stars in relationship: mass/radius Sun=1).

Although the mainstream of science claims that the objects that are below 13 masses of Jupiter cannot start nuclear processes (2013. James B. Kaler) [3], they are nevertheless hot and emit their own light. The following chaotic question imposes itself: how can a planet (DH Tauri b 2 750°K, HIP 78530 b 2 800°K, UScoCTIO 108 b, GQ Lupi b 2 600°K, 2MASS J2126-8140 1 800°K, B Tauri FU 2 375°K, ..) that is 100 to 6 900 AU far from its star and with a mass of 1 – 24 of the mass of Jupiter be hotter than a whole sequence of stars, the masses of which are 0,7 – 10 of the mass of Sun?
The additional mess is created by the data obtained from the comparison of small and large planets and brown dwarfs (all of the analyzed planets are very far from their stars), just as identical objects with approximately similar masses do.

Table 5. Brown dwarf and planets, mass/temperature
 
  Brown dwarf (& planets) Mass of Jupiter Temperature °K Planets orbit AU
Mass up to 13 M Jup/(vs) Mass above 13M Jup

1 ROXs 42Bb 9 1.950 ± 100 157
2 54 Piscium B 50 810±50

3 DH Tauri b 12 2.750 330
4 ULAS J133553.45+113005.2 15 -31 500 -550

5 OTS 44 11,5 1.700 - 2.300  
6 Epsilon Indi Ba and Bb 40 – 60 (28±7) 1.300-1400 (880-940) 1.500 (between 2,1)

7 2MASS J2126-8140 13,3 (± 1,7) 1.800 6.900
8 Gliese 570 ~50 750 - 800 1.500

Mass vs Mass

9 2M 044144 9.8±1.8 1.800 15 ± 0.6
10 DT Virginis 8.5 ± 2.5 695±60 1.168

11 Teide 1 57± 15 2.600±150  
12 Epsilon Indi Ba and Bb 40 – 60 (28±7) 1.300-1400 (880-940) 1.500 (between 2,1)

13 B Tauri FU 15 2.375 700
14 DENIS J081730.0-615520 15 950  
Table 5. Brown dwarf and planets (at a great distance), relationship: mass up to 15 MJ/(vs) mass above 15 M and Mass vs Mass and temperature. (2018. W. Duckss)

Here are higher temperatures on the smaller objects than on the ones with a significantly larger mass, i.e., the objects that are below 13 mass of Jupiter are hotter than those that are above 30, 40, 50 and 60 mass of Jupiter (and the whole sequence of stars). The next part of the table compares the objects of the approximately similar masses that are above or below 13 mass of Jupiter and with a very significant difference in temperatures (B Tauri FU / DENIS J081730.0-615520 have 15 mass of Jupiter and the temperature of 2 375 / 950°K). The objects that are not supposed to be hot, according to the mainstream of science, because they are below the "magic" level of 13 M Jup – they are as hot as stars.
In the process of analyzing stars, more of the chaotic data appear again. The stars of the same radius or the same mass have extremely different temperatures and are often classified into higher or almost all star types.

Table 6. Star, type / mass / temperature
  Star Type Mass Sun=1 Temperature °K
1 EZ Canis Majoris WN3-hv 19 89.100
2 Centaurus X-3 O 20.5 ± 0.7 39.000
3 η Canis Majores B 19,19 15.000
4 HD 21389 A 19,3 9.730
5 Kappa Pavonis F 19 - 25 5,250 - 6,350
6 V382 Carinae G 20 5,866
7  S Persei M 20 3.000-3.600
8 DH Tauri b Planet; dist. 330 AU 12 M Jupiter 2.750
9 HIP 78530 b Planet; dist. 740 AU 24 M Jup. 2.700 (2.800)

Table 6. Stars, similar mass (except No 8, 9, ), different classes (type) and temperatures.

Table 7.  Type/mass ~2/temperature and radius
Star Type Mass (Sun = 1) Temperature K Radius (Sun=1)
S Pegasi M5e - M8.5e 1,4-1,8 2.107 459-574
R Leporis C7,6e(N6e) 2,5 – 5 2.245-2.290 400±90
Rho Orionis  K0 III 2,67 4.533 25
29_Orionis G8IIIFe-0.5 2,33 4.852 10,36
BX_Andromedae F2V 2,148 6.650 2,01
Mu_Orionis Aa 2,28 8.300 2,85
3_Centauri B8V 2,47 9.638 2,8
Vela X-1 B0.5Ib pulsar 1,88 31.500 ~11,2
HD_49798 sdO5.5 1,50 47.500 1,45
PSR J0348+0432 pulsar 2,01 / 13±2 km
14 Aurigae white dwarf 1,64 7.498 /
GQ Lupi b planet 1-36 MJup. 2.650 ± 100 Distance 100 AU
Table 7.  Type/mass ~2/temperature and radius

The "combustion" of stars seems not to be following the laws of physics.  The same mass of different stars with a similar chemical composition does not burn with the same glow. Some of them are lazy, while the others are very lively. Whatever quantity of mass is observed makes no difference, because this phenomenon is omnipresent. It is the same with planets and brown dwarfs. The stars possessing a smaller quantity of mass are frequently warmer than over 96,15% of all stars (Harvard spectral classification) in the Milky Way (NSVS 14256825 0,528 M Sun, temperature 42 000°K, HD 149382 0.29−0.53 M Sun, 35 000°K; V391 Pegasi 0,5 M Sun, temperature 29 300 ± 500°K ...; 96,15% star temperature <6 000°K, + 3% F Class with temperature to 7 500°K=99,15% the total number of stars, the main sequence, in the Milky Way ).

Table 8. Star,mass/temperature
  Stars Maas of Sun Temperature K
  Cool Star
1 NML Cygni 50 3.834
2 WOH G64 25 3.200
3 Antares 12,4 3.400
4 UY Scuti 7-10 3.365
5 Beta Andromedae 3-4 3.842
6 HD 220074 1,2 3.935
7 Lacaillea 9352  0,503 3.626
8 Wolf 359 0,09 2,800 ± 100
9 SCR 1845-6357A 0,07 2.600-2.700
10 2M1207 0,025 2550 ± 150
  Hot Star
1 HD 149382 0,29-0,53 35.500±500
2 NSVS 14256825 0,528 42.000
3 HD 74389 0,69 39.500
4 Z Andromedae 0,75 90.000-100.000
5 RX J0439.8-6809 ~0,9 250.000
6 HD 49798 1,5 47.500
7 μ Columbae 16 33.000
8 S Monocerotis  29,1 38.500
9 AB7 O 44 36.000
10 Plaskett's star A 54 33,000 ± 2,000
11 HD 93403 A 68,5 39.300
Table 8. Star,mass/temperature, cold and hot stars, mass growth is not followed by temperature rise

After these data it is difficult not to discuss chaos. The stars of similar masses can have low temperatures, high temperatures and all temperatures in between. The same masses of different stars produce a whole sequence of temperatures and, vice versa, completely different masses from small to giant stars produce identical temperatures. At the first sight, there is no mathematics that could reconcile these complete opposites and put them inside the realm of physics.
Chaos gets increased when the density of objects is analyzed.

Table 9. The density and radius of the sun and the body in orbit
R/B Object Ø density g/cm3 Radius km
1 Sun 1,408 695.700 eq
2 Mercury 5,427 2.439,7
3 Venus 5,243 6.051,8
4 Earth 5,514 6.371
5 Moon 3.344 1.737,1
6 Mars 3,9335 3.389,5
7 Vesta 3,456 572,6
8 Ceres 2,161 965,2
9 67P/Ch-G 0,533 4,1x3,3x1,8
10 Jupiter 1,326 69.911
11 Saturn 0,687 58.232
12 Uranus 1,27 25.362
13 Neptune 1,638 24.622
14 Pluto 1,75 1.187
15 Sirius A 0,568 1.190.342,7
Table 9. The density and radius of the sun and the body in orbit (Source: NASA)

Chaos is the easiest way to explain density. The largest objects, Sun and gas giants, have the smallest density (except for some small, solid objects: 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko 0,533 g/cm3, Pan 0,42 g/cm³, Atlas 0,46 g/cm³, Pandora  0,48 g/cm³, Prometheus 0,48±0,09 g/cm³, Amalthea0,857±0,099 g/cm³..). Jupiter, Saturn and Uranus have smaller densities than Sun, while Neptune has a larger density than it. A chemical composition of objects is related to their density. It is observed that solid objects may have small or large density. It is particularly chaotic to have volcanoes on smaller and larger objects, with or without a melted core (Enceladus, Io opposite to Earth and Venus). Titan moon has atmosphere, although its mass is only 0,0225 of the one of Earth (its atmosphere is as large as 1,5 of the one of Earth's), or Jupiter, which mass is 317,8 larger than the mass of Earth. The objects with the atmosphere, orbiting around Sun, have very different chemical compositions and the thicknesses of atmosphere. The atmosphere of Titan (2017. Sarah M. Hörst ) [4] (and Triton, Pluto (2019. A. A. Mardon et al.) [5]) is made of nitrogen (N2), while the atmosphere of Saturn (and Neptune), the planet around which Titan orbits, is made of hydrogen and helium.

When it leaves the atmosphere of a star, light immediately disappears. It appears again only on the orbiting objects or in nebulae made of particles and dust. It would seem as if something has been "swallowing" light and creating a complete darkness in the Universe. If that is to be ascribed to the influence of vacuum, that would create the following questions: why does vacuum reduce the intensity of light – the difference between Earth and Pluto is more than by 1 500 times. (Mean Solar Irradiance (W/m2) on Mercury is 9.116,4, Earth  1.366,1, Jupiter 50,5, on Pluto 0,878 (2009-2018. Solar Intensity BRSP) [6]).

Figure 1. the Moon and the Earth Apollo 8; Sun;  Pluto and Charon moon; stars look like from outer space of the Dawn spacecraft; NASA
light and dark
Figure 1. the Moon and the Earth Apollo 8; Sun;  Pluto and Charon moon; stars look like from outer space of the Dawn spacecraft; NASA

Where do photons disappear? During nice, warm nights in June we can see fireflies in the dark. They do not disappear no matter how dark it may get – on the contrary: the darker it gets, the better they are visible. A few fireflies in a bottle can enable reading in the darkest night. In the outer space it is sufficient to turn away from the source of light and reading is impossible. On Earth, in the dark, if a flashlight is turned on and pointed to the back of a reader, that person is able to read, although the beams of light do not directly illuminate the text.

Figure 2. Moon, comet, ISS; NASA
dark and light
Figure 2. Moon, comet, ISS; NASA

Light disappears outside the atmosphere of a star, but when it arrives to Earth, it makes a turn around the obstacle just to check what is going on (= irony).
I have always been asking a simple question: how is the speed of light measured if the Universe is dark? Does this speed relate only to the spaces of the Universe where there is light?
The measurements of distant objects, which emit light, are closely related to light. The mainstream of science has been claiming for a 100 years that the larger the distance of an object, the more significant is its redshift. There are quite a few volumes of books that provide the formulae to calculate a correct result. However, chaos would not be what it is, if these formulae could be practically used in the reality.

Table 10. a part of galaxies with blueshift
Designation VLG…(blue shift)

VCC237 −423
IC3105 −284
VCC322 −323
VCC334 −350
VCC501 −224
IC3224 −100
VCC628 −540
VCC636 −113
IC3258 −593
IC3303 −427
VCC802 −318
IC3311 −287
VCC810 −470
VCC815 −866
VCC846 −845
NGC4396 −215
VCC877 −212
NGC4406 −374
VCC892 −784
VCC928 −395
IC3355 −126
VCC953 −563
Etc.
Table 10. a part of galaxies with blueshift (and negative speeds) at the distance of about 53.8 ± 0.3 Mly (16.5 ± 0.1 Mpc).
(2010. I.D. Karachentsev, O.G. Nasonova) [7]

If there is a distance of ~53 Mly from Earth, our mathematics becomes chaotic. Some authors claim that the Hubble constant  applies for the distances above 32,6 Mly and its value is from 60 -500 km/s by parsec. This is the reason why I have skipped over our local group and made this checking analysis almost at the double of the distance. It is obvious not only that the redshift does not increase, but also that there is the blueshift. It is impossible to register the blueshift directly (or, the approaching of galaxies) above 70 Mly, but some new research activities point out that 200 000 of galaxies merge or collide.(2019. W. J. Pearson et al.) [8]
What is merger and collision if not the blueshift between objects? A large portion of these objects are getting closer to us , but a spectroscope does not provide the correct results above 70 Mly. A complete chaos.

Table 11. Red shift /distance
  Galaxy, Cluster galaxy, Supercluster Red shift (z) Distance M ly
1 Leo_Cluster 0,022 368,6
2 ARP 87 0,023726 330
3 Abell 2152 0,041 551
4 Hydra_Cluster 0,0548 190,1

z= 0,0502 to 0,0767, distance 190,1 to 1 063 M ly
1 Abell 671 0,0502 600
2. Abell 1060 0,0548 190,1
3 Abell_1991 0,0587 812
4 Corona Borealis Supercluster 0,07 946
5 Laniakea Supercluster 0,0708 250
6 Abell 2029 0,0767 1 063

z= 0,1871 to 0,211, distance 2 485 to 2 645 M ly
1 Abell 383 0,1871 2 485
2 Abell 520 0,2 2 645
3 Abell_222(3) 0,211 2 400

distance z 0,28 > z 0285041 to z 0,359
1 Saraswati Supercluster 0,28 4 000
2 HE0450-2958 0,286041 3 000
3 Bullet Cluster 0,296 3 700
4 H1821 + 643 0,297 3 400
5 OJ 287 0,3060 3 500
6 Abell 2744 0,308 3 982
7 CID-42 0,359 3 900

z 0,375 > z 0,542 for 4 000 M ly
1 Abell_370 0,375 4 775
2 3C 47 0,425 4 300
3 3C_295 0,464 4 600
4 Musket Ball Cluster 0,53 700
5 Abell 754 0,542 760
6 3C 147 0,545 5 100
z 0,586 > z 0,71279 for 3 200 M ly and 0,87 for 2 000 M ly
1 MACS J0025.4-1222 0,586 6 070
2 Phoenix Cluster 0,597 5 700
3 RX J1131-1231 0,658 6 050
4 SDSS J0927+2943 0,71279 2 860
5 3C 454.3 0,859 7 700
6 ACT-CL J0102-4915 0,87 4 000

the distance for z 1,26, 127 and z 7,085 is the same; z 1,413 to 6,07 is smaller
1 Lynx Supercluster 1,26, 1,27 12 900
2 Twin Quasar 1,413 8 700
3 XMMXCS_2215-1738 1,45 10 000
4 Einstein Cross 1,695 8 000
5 3C9 2,0194 10 000
6 TON 618 2,219 10 400
7 EQ J100054+023435 4,547 12 200
8 SDSS J0303-0019 6, 07 12 881
9 ULAS J1120+0641 7,085 12 900

the distance z 8,38 and z 10,0 is same, for 8,6 and 9,4 is smaller
1 A2744 YD4 8,38 13 200
2 UDFy-38135539 8,6 13 100
3 GRB 090429B 9,4 13 140
4 Abell 1835 IR1916 10,0 13 200

Table 11. As redshift increases, the distance of the objects decreases, increases (faster or slower than "expected") or remains similar. (2020. W. Duckss)[9]

The section related to the explosions of stars (supernovae) is no exception, on the contrary, a total chaos. Until today, somewhat more than 400 novae – a total quantity – have been discovered in the Milky Way (2019. Harvard.edu) [10], in which there are 200 – 400 billion of stars. The ratio is obvious: there is 0,5 or one novae per a billion of stars. The mainstream of science claims that large stars explode (red stars of the M spectral type, like Betelgeuse, blue stars of the O type, like Melnick 42, etc.), the quantity of which is (depending on the method used) a few billion or a few hundred million of stars. How do the 400 stars out of 400 million of the similar stars "know" that they have to explode and all the rest of them have no idea about it? Chaos starts again when it is realized there are stars, the mass of which is enormous (R136a1, 315 M Sun, R136c, 230 M Sun, BAT99-98, 226 M Sun ..) and with a very large radius (UY Scuti, 1 708 R Sun, WOH G64, 1 540–2 575 R Sun, Westerlund 1-26, 1 530–1 580 (–2 550) R Sun ..) but they have not turned supernovae. The existence of Chandrasekhar limit 1,44 M Sun shows us that stars that explode are a bit larger than Sun (or smaller than it). How can it be that there is a lower limit, but there is no upper limit for a star to meet the conditions to explode? If we start believing that black holes already exist in some stars, we get a total chaos. A star with a black hole in it explodes and creates a black hole (= irony).
When black holes in the centers of galaxies (the diameters of which are from 3 000 to 30 x 40 thousand of ly (Milky Way ..)) are analyzed (Supermassive black hole has a ø of 0.001–400 AU) ) (1 ly = 63 241 AU, there is chaos. "In the Galactic Center there are around 10 million stars within one parsec." (Wikipedia) Namely in this time, on the basis of "measurements", the scientists are determining black holes in the centers of galaxies. At the same time it is impossible to measure the centers of the clusters of stars or the core of Jupiter or the core of our own star, but we can measure inside a matter that is several thousand light-years thick (= a joke). It is so chaotic, to be able to measure very far and deep, but to be unable to measure in the adjacent vicinity...
Black holes are a synonym for suction, but they have no problem with a star or a center of a galaxy as it seems they are not sucked in, but to the contrary, black holes eject  matter, radiation and light through the poles of such an object. How can a black hole eject  matter through 3 000 to 30 000 ly of matter or stars (10 million stars within one parsec), smaller objects, dust and gas? It would appear that this matter abides by some uknown new "traffic regulations" and "gets off the way" (= irony).
Black holes are not the only one being chaotic – our measurements are chaotic, too. Passing by Pluto revealed how many wrong measurements and unacceptable presentations of measurements have been made so far, but we are "precise" when offering evidence of the objects and planets that are by thousands, millions and billions of light-years away (= irony). A typical example of our instruments suffering from "presbyteria" (= irony).

3. Removing chaos
The removing of chaos and the values that are obtained by non-physical fabrications starts with rotation. At the moment, science observes rotation without its effects. An object or a planet that rotates, by its rotation creates correlations with the objects that are in the range of gravity. The speed of rotation determines appearance, temperature levels, the number of the orbiting objects, color, the emission of different types of radiation of objects and galaxies.


The effects of rotation differ: in the terms of speed, but also in the terms of smaller and bigger quantity of matter that rotates and also in the terms of how rich with matter some part of space is (is an object inside a nebula or outside it). Smaller quantities of mass (smaller stars, etc.) have to rotate faster to achieve the effects produced by a rotation of a larger star, due to more layers or belts that rotate at different speeds and achieve more important effects that way.
A larger quantity of the incoming matter or the matter that collides with a star opposite of the direction of its rotation can slow down the object even to the opposite of the direction of rotation. An object can significantly accelerate its rotation due to the income of a single object, but such occurrences are very rare.

Table 12. galaxies, type / rotational speed
  Galaxies Type galaxies Speed of galaxies
Fast-rotating galaxies

1 RX J1131-1231 quasar „X-ray observations of  RX J1131-1231 (RX J1131 for short) show it is whizzing around at almost half the speed of light.  [22] [23]
2 Spindle galaxy elliptical galaxy „possess a significant amount of rotation around the major axis“
3 NGC 6109 Lenticular Galaxy Within the knot, the rotation measure is 40 ± 8 rad m−2 [24]
Contrary to: Slow Rotation

4 Andromeda Galaxy spiral galaxy maximum value of 225 kilometers per second 
5 UGC 12591 spiral galaxy the highest known rotational speed of about 500 km/s,
6 Milky Way spiral galaxy 210 ± 10 (220 kilometers per second Sun)
Table 12. galaxies, relationship: type galaxies / rotational speed of galaxies; No 1-3 Fast-rotating galaxies, No 4-6 Slow-rotating galaxies.

The appearance of a galaxy is determined by the forces of attraction and also the speed of its rotation. Elliptical galaxies rotate rapidly and spiral galaxies have a very slow rotation. The size of a galaxy does not influence its appearance – there are galaxies of all sizes with a fast or slow rotation.

Table 13. Galaxies, type/ size
  galaxies type of galaxies speed of galaxies

  Large galaxies (fast-rotating)
1 APM 08279+5255 elliptical galaxy giant elliptical galaxy [25]
2 Q0906 + 6930 blazar the most distant known blazar
3 OJ 287 BL Lacertae object the largest known objects
4 S5 0014 + 81 blazar giant elliptical galaxy
5 H1821 + 643 quasar the most massive black hole

Contrary to: Dwarf galaxies (fast-rotating)
6 Messier 110 elliptical galaxy dwarf elliptical galaxy 
7 Messier 32 "early-type" dwarf "early-type" galaxy
8 NGC 147 spheroidal galaxy dwarf spheroidal galaxy
9 NGC 185 spheroidal galaxy dwarf spheroidal galaxy
Table 13. galaxies, relationship: type of galaxies/ size of galaxies; No. 1-5 Large galaxies (fast-rotating), No. 6-9 Dwarf galaxies (fast-rotating).

The centers of galaxies (bulges) can have a diameter from 10 000 ly (Milky Way to 30 (40) thousand, according to some authors. When objects rotate together around a center ("There are around 10 million stars within one parsec of the Galactic Center", Wikipedia) in a relatively small space (from 10 – 30 thousand ly), they adopt some characteristics of a single object. The rotation of such an object (bulge) creates the appearance of the whole galaxy: a fast rotation creates elliptical galaxies and a slow rotation – spiral galaxies.

When rotations are very fast in the core of the galactic centers (and stars), cyclones are created and their originations are vertical to the direction of rotation, i.e., on the poles of a bulge (of a star).
The cyclones are the inevitable product of the rotation of an object or planet. They disappear (or turn into shallow whirls) when the rotation speed of stars, clusters of stars, galaxies, clusters and superclusters of galaxies and finally the Universe is very slow.

Figure 3. The Sun north pole

Star pole
Figure 3. The Sun north pole (ESA/Royal Observatory of Belgium) [11] Saturn, Venus („The winds supporting super-rotation blow at a speed of 100 m/s (≈360 km/h or 220 mph)“ Wiki) NASA

Due to very fast rotations, only a small quantity of stars and galaxies create a cyclone from one pole to another. These cyclones or objects have very strong emissions of radiation through the cyclone openings and their poles rotate faster than the rest of the object.

Figure 4. Pulsar
Pulsar, Quasar
Figure 4. Pulsar, NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center; Quasar, ESA/Hubble, NASA, M. Kornmesser „The discovery that the black hole in RX J1131 is spinning at over half the speed of light..“ NASA March 5, 2014 Release 14-069 "Chandra and XMM-Newton Provide Direct Measurement of Distant Black Hole's Spin"

Here, a difference should be made between the emissions of radiation due to the impacts of smaller objects against the surface of a star and those objects that fall into a cyclone. A fall of a small object of a corresponding mass directly into a cyclone goes deep into the interior parts of a star and because of the explosion it may create a supernova or discard a smaller or larger part of matter and as a consequence speed up or down the rotation of the rest of a star's matter. Due to the explosion, a larger part of matter gets disintegrated and turns into dark matter. More than 96% of all stars in the Milky Way are the stars with a slow or very slow rotation (Harvard spectral classification) and they do not create supernovae. This is exclusively reserved for stars (independent of their mass) with a fast rotation and significant cyclones. Although an object can hit at the cyclone of a star where the space is not rich with matter, it is generally reserved for the stars in the space rich with matter, because there is a more frequent occurrence of events.

Figure 5. Artist’s concept of interstellar asteroid 1I/2017 U1 (‘Oumuamua)
interstellar asteroid
Figure 5. Artist’s concept of interstellar asteroid 1I/2017 U1 Credits: European Southern Observatory/M. Kornmesser; Comet 2I/Borisov Credits: NASA, ESA and D. Jewitt (UCLA)

The observations of the redshift (and blueshift) have become chaotic and inaccurate, due to the setting of frames that do not belong to physics. It has been pointless for a long ago to hold to the science of a 100 years ago (1929. E. Hubble ) [12], the time when there were very few data, as presented in the Table 11.
Our instruments are able to measure the blueshift to 70 Mly (NGC 4419 dist. 56 Mly, -342 km/s (blueshift); M90 58.7 ± 2.8 Mly, −282 ± 4; RMB 56 65,2 Mly, -327 (2020. W. Duckss)  [9]). New measurements indicate 200 000 galaxies (2019. W. J. Pearson et al.) [8] that merge or collide. Within these 200 000 galaxies there is the blueshift among them and a large portion of them are getting closer to our instruments, which are unable to detect correctly the approaching of an object, but to the opposite: they detect them to be getting away.

Chaos is further removed by introducing real values of the radiation intensity decrease, which are manifested as the redshift. It can be seen during the time of sunrise and sunset, and also during the appearance of the so-called "red moon". („The pressure of the electromagnetic radiation, measured in µPa (µN/m² and N/km²), is as follows: 915, on the distance of 0.10 AU (astronomical units) away from Sun; 43.3 on Mercury; 9.15 on Earth; 0.34 on Jupiter. Or, measured in pound-force per square miles (lbf/mi²): 526, 0.10 AU away from Sun; 24.9 on Mercury: 5.26 on Earth; 0.19  on Jupiter. „ Wiki).

Figure 6. The decline in the intensity of radiation produces red color
The decline in the intensity of radiation produces red color
Figure 6. Sunrise, Sunset (Zadar) and red Moon (Total Lunar Eclipse. nasa.gov)

Abell 671 has the redshift of 0,0502, it is 600 Mly away, Lynx Supercluster 1,26 (1,27) and it is 12 900 Mly away. Their combined distance is 13 500 Mly and their combined factor (z) equals 1,3102. To the opposite, GN-z11  has (z) of 11,09 and it is 13 400 Mly away. The difference in the redshift (z) is 10,5898 on GN-z11 and it is closer than Abell 671 and Lynx Supercluster with their combined factor (z) of 1,3102.

When a radiation intensity decrease value is set, (Mean Solar Irradiance (W/m2) on Mercury is on Callisto it´s 180,522772277 times lower of Mercury. ) there are settled distances in the volume and the differences of the speeds will determine whether an object is approaching to the observers or getting away from them. The difference exists because the clusters of galaxies rotate (2014 - Tovmassian, Hrant M.) [13] with the orientation in all directions and their orbits are within a supercluster of galaxies and finally in the Universe ("This is not something we set out to find, but we can't make it go away," Kashlinsky said The clusters appear to be moving along a line extending from our solar system toward Centaurus / Hydra, ") (2010. NASA) [14], "The clusters show a small but measurable velocity that is independent of the universe's expansion and does not change as distances increase, "says lead researcher Alexander Kashlinsky at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md. "We never expected to find anything like this." (2008. NASA) [15]).

Figure 7. The first measurements of the direction of rotation of the Universe
The first measurements of the direction of rotation of the Universe
Figure 7. The first measurements of the direction of rotation of the Universe Credit: NASA/Goddard/A. Kashlinsky, et al.

There is no room for expansion and old wrong deductions in the theory of the rotation of galaxies, clusters and superclusters of galaxies. ( 1929. Edwin Hubble) [12]

Light is not chaos. Space is dark because light is not detected in it. A basic reason for it is there is no light in the space. There are only waves (radiation) in the space, which are not light, independent of their lenght. It can be seen – although it is not wanted to be seen – inside our system that there is a complete darkness just outside the atmospheres of Sun and Earth. The atmosphere of Sun has light, the space is dark and it only has radiation, the atmosphere of Earth (or other objects, clouds of particles and dust) has light. To make it absolutely clear, due to the decrease of the radiation intensity on large distances the objects are without light (unless they produce it themselves).(Mean Solar Irradiance (W/m2) on Mercury is 9.116,4, Earth  1.366,1, Jupiter 50,5, on Pluto 0,878 (2009-2018. Solar Intensity BRSP) [6]). Light originates on the objects depending on the radiation intensity from the source. The power of radiation in the collision with the visible matter produces light. That is the main reason why it is totally dark at the very surface of an object without an atmosphere. The reflected radiation, after impacting against an object, loses its initial intensity and thus weakened produce much less light in the collision with the visible matter (for example, moonlight). The speed of light exists only inside the atmospheres of objects, it disappears in the laboratory-created vacuum and in the space with the insufficient quantity of the visible matter particles. Only the speed of radiation can be measured in the space. One should differ between a laboratory-created vacuum and a vacuum in the outer space, because particles (atmosphere) and vacuum cannot co-exist in a vacuum bottle, unlike in the outer space.

There is no chaos in the process and evolution of stars.
Body growth by constantly collecting materials (Earth: quantity estimates ranging from 50 to 300 tons per day (2017. CODITA) [16], (A permanent asymmetric Moon dust cloud exists around the Moon, created by small particles from comets. Estimates are 5 tons of comet particles strike the Moon's surface every 24 hours. Wikipedia (2015 National Geographic News) [17] Systems growth by constant mergers and collisions. (2015. David Harvey, Richard Massey, Thomas Kitching, Andy Taylor, Eric Tittley) [18].

Figure 8. Craters
Craters
Figure 8. Craters (NASA)

Smaller objects near a larger object, with a constant growth, know the process of hydrogen and helium migration towards the larger object. That is the main reason why Mercury, Earth, Mars, Titan and other smaller objects do not have atmospheres with hydrogen and helium like larger objects (the planets with impressive atmospheres, Sun and the other stars).  
Smaller objects have a slower growth than larger objects, because the material incoming onto the smaller objects needs to be reduced by the amount of hydrogen and helium that leave for the larger objects: "The loss of hydrogen from the atmosphere of Earth is estimated to be 3 kg/s and the one of helium 50 g/s."(2013. “ István Lagzi et al.) [19].
The amount of hydrogen and helium that migrate is different for different objects, because the processes of creating these elements are different. There is almost no hydrogen on Mars, except in minor quantities as a part of methane (0.00000004% on average, that it’s barely discernable even by the most sensitive instruments on Mars) (2019. NASA) [20] and even less as the part of the aerated water and ice molecules.

When analyzing the size of the objects that produce and emit radiation, there are three key factors to it.
Mass creates the force of pressure, which causes the object to create its own temperature and to start emitting radiation. The highest level of temperature achieved by mass and pressure is up to 1 800°K (see Table 4.).
The rotation of a star's mass and close binary effects are responsible for the smaller or larger increase of temperature above the level set by the force of pressure.

Table 14. The relation (of the section of main star types) of rotation, mass, radius, temperature and type
Star Speed rotation Maas Sun=1 Radius Sun=1 Temperature K Type
White Dwarf 
GD 356 115 minutes 0,67 / 7.510,0 white dwarf 
EX Hydrae 67 minutes 0,55 ± 0.15 / / white dwarf 
AR Scorpii A 1,95 minutes 0,81 – 1,29 / / white dwarf pulsar
V455 Andromedae 67,62 second 0,6 / / white dwarf 
RX Andromedae 200 km/s 0,8  
40.000-45.000,0
white dwarf 
RX J0648.0-4418 13 second 1,3 / / white dwarf 
Pulsar
PSR J0348+0432 39,123 m. second 2,01 ± 0,04 13 ± 2 km / pulsar
Vela X-1 283 second 1,88 ~11,2 31.500 X-ray pulsar, B-type
Cen X-3 4,84 second 20,5 ± 0,7 12 39.000 X-ray pulsar
PSR B0943 + 10 1,1 second 0,02 2,6 km 310.000 pulsar
PSR 1257 + 12 6,22 m. second 1,4 10 km 28.856 pulsar
Wolf–Rayet stars
HD 5980 B <400  km/s 66 22 45.000 WN4
WR 2 500 km/s 16 0,89 141.000 WN2-w
WR 142 1.000 km/s 28,6 0,80 200.000 WO2
R136a2 200 km/s 195 23,4 53.000 WN5h
Normal hot stars
VFTS 102 600±100 km/s ~25 / 36.000 ± 5.000 O9:Vnnne
BV Centauri 500±100 km/s 1,18 / 40.000±1.000 G5-G8IV-V
Gamma Cassiopeiae 432 km/s 14,5 8,8 25.000 B0.5IVe
LQ Andromedae 300 km/s 8,0 3,4 40.000-44.000 O4If(n)p
Zeta Puppis 220 km/s 22,5 – 56,6 14 - 26 40.000-44.000 O4If(n)p
LH54-425 O5 250 km/s 28 8,1 45.000 O5V
Melnick 42 240 km/s 189 21,1 47.300 O2If
BI 253 200 km/s 84 10,7 50.100 O2V-III(n)((f*))
Red Dwarf
Gliese 876 96,6 days 0,37 0,3761±0,0059 3.129 ± 19 M4V
Kepler-42 2,9±0.4 km/s 0,13±0,05 0,17±0,04 3.068±174 M5V
Kapteyn's star 9,15  km/s 0,274 0,291±0,025 3.550±50 sdM1
Wolf 359 <3,0 km/s 0,09 0,16 2.800 ± 100 M6.5 Ve
Normal cool stars
HD 220074 3,0 km/s 1,2 ± 0,3 49,7 ± 9,5 3.935 ± 110 M2III
V Hydrae 11 - 14 km/s 1,0 420 - 430 2.650 C6,3e
β Pegasi 9,7 km/s 2,1 95 3.689 M2.5II–IIIe
Betelgeuse km/s 11,6 887 ±203 3.590 M1–M2 Ia–ab
F Type Star
Beta Virginis 4,3 km/s 1,25 1,681 ± 0,008 6.132 ± 26 F9 V
pi3 Orionis  17 km/s 1,236 1,323 6.516 ± 19 F6 V
4 Equulei 6,2±1,0 km/s 1,39 ~1,2 6.213±63 F8 V
6 Andromedae 18 km/s 1,30 1,50 6.425±218 F5 V
Table 14. The relation (of the section of main star types) of rotation, mass, radius, temperature and type

The influence of binary effects can be seen from these examples: Sun / Venus, Sun / Earth, Io / Jupiter and Europa, Pluto / Charon, etc. Mercury is closer to Sun than Venus, but it also has lower temperatures, only due to its small and compact mass, in which there are no layers that can have different speeds of rotation, created by higher temperatures with the assistance of tidal forces. It is wrong to ascribe the difference to the atmosphere, because Titan has  93.7 K (−179.5 °C), 1.221.870 km semi axis orbit ,  Dione 87 K (−186°C) 377.396 km semi axis orbit  , Iapetus 90 – 130°K (-143 to -183°C) 3.560.820 km semi axis orbit  , Saturn 0,1 bar 84 K (−189 ° C). 
„In its beginning, every (historic) object is a comet. When an object has made enough number of orbits near a star, it has lost the most of its volatile elements. The objects with a minimum of volatile elements are called asteroids or solid (rocky) objects. Those objects that have not been approaching closer to a star possess the elements' structure of the lower order, which is typical for a cold or colder space. These elements are directly related to the temperature  (operating temperature) which exists in the space around and on such objects. Therefore, there are objects that are formed in a cold space without approaching a star and there are objects, the structures of which are formed in the interaction with a star. Within these two types there is the heating of an object, due to the increase of its mass (the forces of pressure) and due to the actions of tidal forces. These objects, which possess a melted interior (Jupiter, Neptune, Earth, Venus), create their broad chemical structure and their heat on their own. Furthermore, chemical complexity is influenced by the rotation around the axis (the temperature differences of day and night), the temperature differences on and off the poles, geological and volcanic activity (cold and hot outbursts of matter), etc. Planets emit more energy than they get in total from their stars (Uranus emits the least (1,06±0,08), Neptune 2,61(1,00 stands for zero emission of its own), while Venus emits the most of its own energy and has the most significant volcanic (hot) activity in our system).
The lack of O2 points out that extreme cold does not favor the appearance of that element. It gets replaced by N2. A lack of H2 points out that an object has been near a star for a long time.“ (2018. W. Duckss) [21]
Figure 9. Stellar Disks
Stellar Disks
Figure 9. Stellar Disks, credit: iopscience.iop.org Sean Andrews (Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics) December 2018

When the rotation of an object is not slow and the space is rich with matter, the rings or disks of gas, dust, asteroids and other smaller objects are created. There are parts of space around every object with a fast (or relatively fast) rotation, where matter is concentrated (the most frequently, gas or dust, or it is inside objects). In our system, such spaces are from Jupiter to Neptune, at Jupiter: from Io to Callisto, at Uranus: from Miranda to Oberon (Major moons),  at Neptune: from Proteus to Nereid. Saturn has more smaller spaces and the main disc from Rhea to Iapetus. Asteroid belts are always closer to an object than the disk of gas and dust.
The orbiting objects are getting closer to the main object with the decrease of temperature of the space: the closest orbit of Jupiter is 128 855 km, of Saturn 117 000, of Uran 49 977, of Neptun 48 224, and of Pluto 19 591 km.
The temperatures of space that are below -268,924°C are significantly further from the source of radiation and they make it possible for the objects to achieve faster orbits or the movement from the closer neighboring objects towards the source, although they are affected by less strong tidal forces. That can be concluded from the acceleration of Voyager at the edge of our system and faster comet speeds that are on the way towards Sun from the Oort cloud and the Kuiper belt (the data state the average speed of 10 km/s), while a part of them have the speeds greater than all other objects (Hale-Bopp 52.5, Halley’s comet 66, Shoemaker-Levy hit into Jupiter by the speed of ~58 km/s).. (2014. W. Duckss) [22]

Dark matter (matter and energy) is nothing exotic, its presence is measured in our system, too ("The pressure of the electromagnetic radiation, measured in µPa (µN/m² and N/km²), is as follows: 915, on the distance of 0.10 AU (astronomical units) away from Sun; 43.3 on Mercury; 9.15 on Earth; 0.34 on Jupiter. Or, measured in pound-force per square miles (lbf/mi²): 526, 0.10 AU away from Sun; 24.9 on Mercury: 5.26 on Earth; 0.19  on Jupiter. " Wikipedia).
Removing the current hypotheses from this area is also enabled by the evidence of the existence of thermo zone of Sun, which is similar to the one of Earth's thermosphere ( see Table 2. Sun system, temperature deviation).
In the outer space there is a kind of matter that influences the reduction of the radiation intensity. The outer space is no laboratory-created vacuum, which can be concluded from the fact of the existence of an atmosphere and cosmic vacuum one next to the other.    

4. Conclusion
Chaos in the Universe only seemingly exists when the processes are not taken as a whole, but the examples to be proven are chosen very selectively and singularly.
The other reason is that in the modern physics all data, obtained by measurements, need to be classified into hypotheses, which are considered to be more important than the real evidence. It is particularly disturbing that these hypotheses – some of them are more than 100 years old – were created on the basis of only a small quantity of evidence, which are often incorrect, but nevertheless they are persistently being put forward and thus the contribution of the contemporary scientists who create new values and present more and more evidence is being marginalized. This is a common case with all renowned publishers. For a single genuine research article they let through, they publish dozens of articles that have a sole purpose to support obsolete theories, which are far from any recent evidence and out of the reality of the Universe. A rotation of clusters of galaxies automatically disqualifies any claims of expansion and increasingly fast spreading of the Universe. One reason more to it is that there are also superclusters of galaxies, as well as 200 000 objects (galaxies and clusters of galaxies (David Harvey, Richard Massey, Thomas Kitching, Andy Taylor, Eric Tittley 2015.) [18]) that merge or collide.
The lack of nuclear radiation and radioactive pollution on stars (which would be enormous if their hypotheses were based on evidence) shows that the effects of the rotation of objects and close binary effects are responsible for temperature, color, quantity and the speed of the orbiting objects (as well as the asteroid belts and gas disks), the emission of radiation from the poles of an object. A rotation (together with the omnipresent forces of attraction inside matter) regulates star systems, smaller related groups to the creation of the clusters of stars, galaxies and other larger objects.   
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2. Comoving Distance- Light Travel Distance (Treatise) 2020.y.

Author, Weitter Duckss, Independent Researcher, Zadar, Croatia
Budapest International Research in Exact Sciences (BirEx) Journal
DOI: https://doi.org/10.33258/birex.v2i1.704

Abstract
The discussion on the values of redshift, as well as blueshift, is based on a large increase in new evidence that in the whole volume of Universe there are gravitationally-bound objects (galaxies, clusters and superclusters of galaxies) „Using the Chandra and Hubble Space Telescopes we have now observed 72 collisions between galaxy clusters, including both ‘major’ and ‘minor’ mergers” [1].
That adds to a great diversity of galactic movement directions and their diverse appearances to an observer.
The accent here is at the point of "clearing the early Universe" and asks questions about how these types of radiation could be measured if all galaxies were created in the early stages of Universe, which had started emitting these types of radiation. At the same time, some questions are asked about
„With a redshift of 5.47, (Q0906 + 6930)  light from this active galaxy is estimated to have taken around 12.3 billion light-years to reach us.. distance to this galaxy is estimated to be around 26 billion light-years (7961 Mpc). [2] i.e., why the actual measured values of redshift are not applied.  

1. Introduction
The article deals with the newest measured data for the most distant galaxies with a significant redshift, for which there are two values, co-moving distance - light travel distance.
A special attention is dedicated to the difference between a value of redshift and the transformation into a distance below 13,8 Gly, distance 28.85 Gly (8.85 Gpc) (co-moving);  12.9 Gly (4.0 Gpc) (light travel distance ULAS J1120+0641<).
As a starting point of this discussion I use the mainstream claims that the first types of radiation originated  320.000 – 380.000 years after a hypothetical beginning or creation of Universe and the spreading speed of Universe is always lower than the spreading speed of radiation (waves). 
The method of verification is the usage of a sequence of relations with mainstream evidence in a single place to eliminate the possibility of manipulation with data and conclusions. To speed up the release of this article, I will use tables and photographies already published in my articles [3], [4], [5], [6] and used in discussing other topics.

2. Values of blueshift and redshift presentation
For already some time science faces the problem of redshift value, which is determined very differently at the same distances; also, for the same value of redshift (z) there are very different distances and the speeds of withdrawal from (and approaching to) an observer, in the whole volume of Universe. Nowadays, as well as in the early stages of discovering new galaxies, the existence of blueshift has been ascribed and related only to the local group.
There is a similar quantity of galaxies with redshift and blueshift in our local group. 

Table 1. Our Local Galaxy Group (Part)
galaxies, local groups Redshift km/s Blueshift km/s

Sextans B (4.44 ± 0.23 Mly)   300 ± 0  
Sextans A 324 ± 2  
NGC 3109 403 ± 1  
Tucana Dwarf 130 ± ?  
Leo I 285 ± 2  
NGC 6822    -57 ± 2
Andromeda Galaxy   -301 ± 1
Leo II (about 690,000 ly)  79 ± 1  
Phoenix Dwarf 60 ± 30  
SagDIG   -79 ± 1
Aquarius Dwarf   -141 ± 2
Wolf–Lundmark–Melotte   -122 ± 2
Pisces Dwarf    -287 ± 0
Antlia Dwarf 362 ± 0   
Leo A 0.000067  
Pegasus Dwarf Spheroidal    -354 ± 3 
IC 10   -348 ± 1
NGC 185   -202 ± 3
Canes Venatici I ~  31  
Andromeda III   -351 ± 9
Andromeda II   -188 ± 3
Triangulum Galaxy   -179 ± 3
Messier 110   -241 ± 3
NGC 147 (2.53 ± 0.11 Mly)   -193 ± 3
Small Magellanic Cloud 0.000527  
Large Magellanic Cloud - -
M32   -200 ± 6
NGC 205   -241 ± 3
IC 1613   -234 ± 1
Carina Dwarf 230 ± 60  
Sextans Dwarf 224 ± 2  
Ursa Minor Dwarf (200 ± 30 kly)   -247 ± 1
Draco Dwarf   -292 ± 21
Cassiopeia Dwarf   -307 ± 2
Ursa Major II Dwarf   - 116 
Leo IV 130  
Leo V ( 585 kly) 173  
Leo T   -60
Bootes II   -120
Pegasus Dwarf   -183 ± 0
Sculptor Dwarf 110 ± 1  
Etc.    

Table 1. Our Local Galaxy Group (Part) with redshift and blue shift km/s [3]

As technology advances and the quantity of the observed galaxies increases, many galaxies with blueshift (i.e., those that approach to an observer) outside our local group were discovered. All those galaxies that are gravitationally-bound (large and small mergers, the collision of galaxies – interactive galaxies) are to be added to those galaxies having spectral blueshift. Although we, the observers, notice their more or less expressed redshift, all of these galaxies exclusively experience blueshift between each other, due to approaching or collision. Recent research have discovered 200.000,0 galaxies in the interaction. [7]

Table 2. a part of galaxies with blueshift
Designation VLG…(blue shift)

NGC4419 −383
VCC997 −360
KDG132 −100
VCC1129 −105
VCC1163 −564
VCC1175 −118
VCC1198 −470
IC3416 −198
VCC1239 −672
VCC1264 −539
IC3435 −150
IC3445 −470
IC3471 −235
IC3476 −280
IC3492 −604
NGC4569 −345
VCC1750 −258
VCC1761 −269
VCC1812 −351
VCC1860 −124
IC0810 −188
IC3036 −126
IC3044 −298
VCC087 −267
NGC4192 −246
NGC4212 −199
VCC181 −267
A224385 −204
IC3094 −275
VCC237 −423
IC3105 −284
VCC322 −323
VCC334 −350
VCC501 −224
IC3224 −100
VCC628 −540
VCC636 −113
IC3258 −593
IC3303 −427
VCC802 −318
IC3311 −287
VCC810 −470
VCC815 −866
VCC846 −845
NGC4396 −215
VCC877 −212
NGC4406 −374
VCC892 −784
VCC928 −395
IC3355 −126
VCC953 −563
Table 2. a part of galaxies with blueshift (and negative speeds) at the distance of about 53.8 ± 0.3 Mly (16.5 ± 0.1 Mpc). [8]

At the distances above 70 Mly the values of (mostly) blueshift or approaching (the galaxies seen from Earth) are annihilated, also due to the increase in distance, which is the reason to decrease the intensity (force) of waves (radiation). Above 70 Mly our instruments read redshift, regardles of approaching or withdrawing of an object from an observer.

However, at the distances above 70 Mly and below them
(„NGC 1.600 is 149,3 Kly away and its speed is 4.681 km/s, 
NGC 7320c is 35 Mly away and with the speed of (a red shift) 5.985 ± 9,
NGC 5010 that is 469 Mly away has the speed of distancing of  2.975 ± 27, and the galaxy
NGC 280 that is 469 Mly away has the speed of distancing of  3.878!
At the distance of 52 ± 3 (M86) there is a blue shift (-244 ± 5 km/s)  that is also present with the galaxy M90 at the distance of 58.7 ± 2.8 (−282 ± 4), while the other galaxies at the same distance (Messier 61, NGC 4216 , Messier 60, NGC 4526, Messier 99 (except NGC 4419 -0,0009 (-342)) are with a positive sign and completely different speeds.“ [3])
we can read different values of redshift for the same distances or the same redshift value for the galaxies that have very different distances.

Table 3. Red shift /distance
  Galaxy, Cluster galaxy, Supercluster Red shift (z) Distance M ly
1 Leo_Cluster 0,022 368,6
2 ARP 87 0,023726 330
3 Abell 2152 0,041 551
4 Hydra_Cluster 0,0548 190,1


1 Abell 671 0,0502 600
2. Abell 1060 0,0548 190,1
3 Abell_1991 0,0587 812
4 Corona Borealis Supercluster 0,07 946
5 Laniakea Supercluster 0,0708 250
6 Abell 2029 0,0767 1063


1 Abell 383 0,1871 2485
2 Abell 520 0,2 2645
3 Abell_222(3) 0,211 2400


1 Saraswati Supercluster 0,28 4000
2 Bullet Cluster 0,296 3700
3 Abell 2744 0,308 3982
4 CID-42 0,359 3900


1 Abell_370 0,375 4775
2 3C_295 0,464 4600
3 Musket Ball Cluster 0,53 700
4 Abell 754 0,542 760


1 MACS J0025.4-1222 0,586 6070
2 Phoenix Cluster 0,597 5700
3 RX J1131-1231 0,658 6050
4 ACT-CL J0102-4915 0,87 4000


1 Lynx Supercluster 1,26, 1,27 12000
2 Twin Quasar 1,413 8700
3 XMMXCS_2215-1738 1,45 10000
4 Einstein Cross 1,695 8000
5 TON 618 2,219 10,400
6 EQ J100054+023435 4,547 12200
7 z8 GND 5296 7.5078±0.0004 13100


1 A2744 YD4 8,38 13200
2 UDFy-38135539 8,6 13100
3 GRB 090429B 9,4 13140
4 Abell 1835 IR1916 10,0 13200

Table 3. As redshift increases, the distance of the objects decreases, increases (faster or slower than "expected") or remains similar. [5]

It is very well known in science that the intensity of radiation decreases due to the increase of distance (which is obvious when at night we look at the stars with bare eyes).
„The pressure of the electromagnetic radiation, measured in µPa (µN/m² and N/km²), is as follows: 915, on the distance of 0.10 AU (astronomical units) away from Sun; 43.3 on Mercury; 9.15 on Earth; 0.34 on Jupiter. Or, measured in pound-force per square miles (lbf/mi²): 526, 0.10 AU away from Sun; 24.9 on Mercury: 5.26 on Earth; 0.19  on Jupiter. 
The average intensity of the solar radiation, in W/ m², is as follows: 9 116.4 on Mercury; 1 366.1 on Earth; 50.5 on Jupiter; 0.878 on Pluto. Wikipedia
„The interaction of space and radiation directly influences the temperature of an object. On the following objects' surfaces it is as follows: 440°K on Mercury; 288°K on Earth; 152 on Jupiter16. The space around the objects has the same decreasing curve starting from the Sun towards the end of the system. The same goes for the dark side of the objects. The lowest temperature on Mercury is 100°K, on Uranus 49°K, on Pluto 28°K, in the Oort cloud 4°K. During observation, a compensation for the atmospheric influence and the interior temperature of an object needs to be taken into consideration, as these are the factors of interference when comparative data are being acquired.“ [10]
Although this is common knowledge, astronomers do not apply it in determining the real distance of objects that are more or less distant in the volume of Universe and the increase of redshift is related only to the increase of distance (so-called speed of galaxies' withdrawal from an observer). The evidence mentioned above, which encompass the whole – reachable with modern instruments – volume of Universe, point out that the increase of redshift is directly related to the decrease of the measured intensity of incoming waves and its value is corrected, depending on whether an object withdraws or approaches an observer. If these two values are applied, then the confusion that was created when applying only the increase of speed with the objects withdrawing further from us disappears.

It has to be stated clearly that, due to this concept, we have neither realistic values of positioning the distances of objects nor the observed volume of Universe. The further the distance, the weaker are the radiation, while redshift increases and is not limited to predetermined fixed constructions that do not allow a realistic overview of Universe.

3. Comoving distance- light travel distance
We are going to check the reality of these parameters, which are strictly imposed to scientists, from the angle of very limiting factors, presented nowadays by the scientific mainstream, and convince ourselves in credibility of their application and the validity of results.
If all theories are excluded, picture 1 should approximately present real values of measurement of objects in Universe (as well as those objects that are going to be discovered in near future, due to the ongoing progress of technology).

Figure 1. Universe with the points from 1-4 and its maximum possible diameter of 13,8 Gly
the universe 13,8 Gly
Figure 1. Universe with the points from 1-4 and its maximum possible diameter of 13,8 Gly

Mainstream science claims that 13,8 Gly is a total value of Universe, regardless of simultaneous evidence (claims)
„The proper distance for a redshift of 8.2 would be about 9.2 Gpc, or about 30 billion light years.“
„With a redshift of 5.47,[1][2] light from this active galaxy is estimated to have taken around 12.3 billion light-years to reach us.. distance to this galaxy is estimated to be around 26 billion light-years (7961 Mpc) and data from published measurements: [12]

RD1
With a redshift of 5.34, light from this galaxy is estimated to have taken around 12.5 billion years to reach us. But since this galaxy is receding from Earth, the present comoving distance is estimated to be around 26 billion light-years.
ULAS J1120+0641
(at a comoving distance of 28.85 billion light-years) was the first quasar discovered beyond a redshift of 7.

UDFj-39546284
Subsequently it was reported (December 2012) to possibly be at a record-breaking redshift z = 11.9 using Hubble and Spitzer telescope data, including Hubble Ultra-Deep Field (HUDF).
UDFy-38135539
The light travel distance of the light that we observe from UDFy-38135539 (HUF.YD3) is more than 4 billion parsecs (13.1 billion light years), and it has a luminosity distance of 86.9 billion parsecs (about 283 billion light years).
There are a number of different distance measures in cosmology, and both "light travel distance" and "luminosity distance" are different from the comoving distance or "proper distance" generally used in defining the size of the observable universe[16][17] (comoving distance and proper distance are defined to be equal at the present cosmological time, so they can be used interchangeably when talking about the distance to an object at present, but proper distance increases with time due to the expansion of the universe, and is the distance used in Hubble's law.

EGS-zs8-1
The galaxy has a comoving distance (light travel distance multiplied by the Hubble constant, caused by the metric expansion of space) of about 30 billion light years from Earth.

Z8 GND 5296
Due to the expansion of the universe, this position is now at about 30 billion light-years (9.2 Gpc) (comoving distance) from Earth.
Q0906 + 6930
But since this galaxy is receding from Earth at an estimated rate of 285,803 km/s[1] (the speed of light is 299,792 km/s), the present (co-moving) distance to this galaxy is estimated to be around 26 billion light-years (7961 Mpc).

GN-108036
The redshift was z = 7.2, meaning the light of the galaxy took 12.9 billion years to reach Earth and therefore its formation dates back to 750 million years after the Big Bang . Redshift z=7.213.

The existence of redshift above the value (z) 5 pointed out that if (z) continues to grow, the concept of mainstream – 13,8 Gly (Big Bang) – is going to fall apart. Nowadays, the instruments register the value (z) of 11,9. When there is an overwhelming resistence from reactionary institutions and scientists, despite the newest measurements, then there appear unbelievable new ideas that do not belong to physics nor they represent science. The theme that is discussed here is one of them.

Figure 2. The Expanding Universe
The universe
Figure 2. The Expanding Universe – history (my compilation)

If there was a Big Bang, all the waves from that time should be approaching from a single direction, as shown in the figure 2. If radiation started for the first time 320 000 – 380 000
years after the explosion, during the so-called period of clearing the compact thick mass, then that radiation is impossible to measure today, no matter what mathemathical method may be used in the process. The reason to it is that all galaxies are created inside that mass that started emitting radiation. Since mainstram science also disagrees with the idea that the expansion of Universe or matter movement was faster than the spreading speed of waves in the space (which is still dubbed vacuum by the same mainstream), it can be seen that so-called measurements from that time are impossible to have been done.

Figure 3. The Early Universe
The universe
Figure 3. The Early Universe 320,000-380,000 years after the Big Bang, points 1-4 of Milky Way

We measure the objects, the age of which is estimated by mainstream to be withdrawn into past approximately as far as to the so-called early Universe, when the emission of radiation started. Points 1-4 in the so-called early Universe are some of the positions where our galaxy originated (Milky Way: 13.8 ± 4 billion years is age for BD +17° 3248; about 13.5 billion-years-old, 2MASS J18082002-5104378 B ..).
Within the most distant galaxies must be objects of similar age. Milky Way has a redshift (z) 0, the outermost galaxies have a redshift (z) 11.
Early Universe is also related to a small diameter, because the expansion has been taking place during all 13,8 Gly, due to which a contemporary volume of Universe should be created. If it was true that this small diameter of Universe started emitting radiation, besides the need for it to arrive from a single direction, it would have been obvious that this radiation left so-called early Universe with a diameter of only four times the diameter of our galaxy (under the condition that the expansion had been taking place at the speed of light). The universe has about 100 billion galaxies.
The deepest radiation of the early Universe needed to travel through only  200.000 ly in order to leave our Universe. The other problem is that the mainstream claims that Universe spreads ever faster, because the most distant galaxies show the most important redshift.
However, it is forgotten here that the mainstream also claims the most distant galaxies are the oldest galaxies.

GN-108036 The redshift was z = 7.2, meaning the light of the galaxy took 12.9 billion years to reach Earth and therefore its formation dates back to 750 million years after the Big Bang Redshift z=7.213.
GN-z11 ≈32 billion ly (9.8 billion pc) (present proper distance); ≈13.4 billion ly (4.1 billion pc) (light-travel distance); Helio radial velocity 295.050 ± 119.917 km / s
M33 -0,000607  (z) 2,38-3,07  Mly distance -179± 3 km/s
M64 0,001361   (z) 24± 7  Mly 408±4  km/s
CID-42  0,359    (z) 3,9  Gly 89.302 km/s
MS 1054-03

0,8321   (z)

6,757 Gly 246.759  km/s

So, what is correct here: that the most distant galaxies withdraw at the fastest speed, or that the oldest galaxies had been withdrawing at the fastest speed?
If the most distant galaxies are at the same time the oldest, then the fastest were the galaxies in the far past, so-called protogalaxies – and that is opposite to the claim that Universe spreads ever faster.
The next table shows that radiation incoming from the distances of more than  
12 Gly from all directions of the volume of Universe are measured.
Table 4. the direction of the farthest galaxies within the Universe

  Galaxy Right ascension Declination Red shift Distance G ly
1 HCM-6A 02h 39m 54.7s −01° 33′ 32″ 6,56 12,8
2 SXDF-NB1006-2 02h 18m 56.5s −05° 19′ 58.9″ 7,215 13,07
3 TN J0924-2201 09 h  24 m  19,92 s -22 ° 01 '41,5 " 5,19 12,523
4 UDFy-38135539 03h 32m 38.13s −27° 45′ 53.9″ 8,6 13,1
5 A2744 YD4 00h 14m 24.927s −30° 22′ 56.15″ 8,38 13,2
6 BDF-3299 22h 28m 12.26s −35° 09′ 59.4″ 7,109 13,05
7 SSA22−HCM1 22h 17m 39.69s +00° 13′ 48.6″ 5,47 12,7
8 EQ J100054+023435 10h 00m 54.52s +2° 34′ 35.17″ 4,547 (280.919 km/s) 12,2
9 ULAS J1120+0641 11h 20m 01.48s +06° 41′ 24.3″ 7,085 13,05
10 ULAS J1342 + 0928 13h 42m 08.10s +13h 42m 08.10s 7,54 13,1
11 GRB 090423 09h 55m 33.08s +18° 08′ 58.9″ 8,2 13
12 IOK-1 13h 23m 59.8s +27° 24′ 56″ 6,96 12,88
13 A1703 zD6 13 h 15 m 01.0 s +51° 50′ 04′ 7,054 13,04
14 Q0906 + 6930 09h 06m 30.75s +69° 30′ 30.8″ 5,47 12,3
15 MACS0647-JD 06h 47m 55.73s +70° 14′ 35.8″ 10,7 13,3

Table 4. the direction of the farthest galaxies within the Universe distance 12,2 -13,3 G ly [6]

The table shows galaxies from 00h 14m 24.927s to 22h 28m 12.26 s equatorial and −35° 09′ 59.4″ to +70° 14′ 35.8″ to the north/south from the celestial equator. Namely the measurements of galactic distances, advocated by the mainstream, indicate that similar distances are measured in all directions. These measurements represent the volume of Universe as being opposite to their claims of total maximum age of Universe of 13,8 Gly. The forms of radiation (measured recently) above 12 Gly approach from all parts of the volume. 
Now, from the table that recalculates real distances above 5 (z) and less into Big Bang constructs, it is again obvious that the diameter of Universe is twice as big as 13,8 Gly. When "real" values of  correct interpretation of redshift are included 
(With a redshift of 5.47,[1][2] (Q0906 + 6930) light from this active galaxy is estimated to have taken around 12.3 billion light-years to reach us.. distance to this galaxy is estimated to be around 26 billion light-years (7961 Mpc). (Wikipedia)
there is another problem. 12,3 billion light-years multiplied with 2 makes 24,6 billion light-years, which is by 1,4 Gly less, if a limiting condition that radiation and expansion have been moving at the same speed is taken into consideration. The same difference continues to grow when (z) grows:
ULAS J1120+0641 Redshift 7.085±0.003[1]; distance 28.85 Gly (8.85 Gpc) (co-moving[2];  12.9 Gly (4.0 Gpc) (light travel distance), the difference is 3,05,
UDFy-38135539 (z) 8,6; The light travel distance of the light that we observe from UDFy-38135539 (HUF.YD3) is more than 4 billion parsecs[13] (13.1 billion light years), and it has a luminosity distance of 86.9 billion parsecs (about 283 billion light years), the difference is 270 Gly.
 Here, the data should also be included, that for dist. 2.4 Gly we measure red shift (z) 0,211 (Abell_222(3); za dist. 12,0 Gly we measure (z) 1,26, 1,27 (Lynx Supercluster) and other data from Table 3.
The galaxy  GN-z11  dist. 13,39 Gly has (z) 11,09  and it has a more significant redshift by 10,63 (4) than  Lynx Supercluster (1,26(7) 12.9 billion light years) but the distance is larger only by 0,49 Gly.
For the distance of 0,7 Gly Musket Ball Cluster there is a value of 0,53 (z), while the difference here is 10,63 Gly. The difference of (z) 10,63 matches Abell 1835 IR1916  which has (z) 10 and recommended age (distance) of 13,2 Gly. 
Let us repeat that:
„The proper distance for a redshift of 8.2 would be about 9.2 Gpc, or about 30 billion light years.“  „With a redshift of 5.47, (Q0906 + 6930)  light from this active galaxy is estimated to have taken around 12.3 billion light-years to reach us.. distance to this galaxy is estimated to be around 26 billion light-years (7961 Mpc). [12]
The rotation of Universe (instead of expansion) that is based on the similar principles as the rotation of clusters of galaxies or stars, is also unable to accept such confused data, because there are no very significant deviations by the volume of cluster. The internal galaxies move slower than the external ones, but make a single orbital cycle approximately at the same time. Under these conditions the measured value of redshift (z) and current distance between the measured objects are approximately the same. In the case Universe would be rotating, its diameter is presented in the table 4 and if the definition of redshift value, according to the mainstream, is used, the diameter goes above  25 Gly.
When including the decrease of wave intensity (with the increase of speed, currently used by the mainstream) as a dominant value in determining distances of objects in Universe, it would completely remove the existence of two values of interpreting distance or Comoving distance- light travel distance. Also, the obstacles to calculate real values of redshift would be gone. Very large quantity of objects (measured recently) will be the part of the volume of our Universe, a part of them will be waves incoming from the neighboring universes (our local group of universes).
„By applying the analogy of the ascending sequence of events, the more we are distanced from the source of radiation, the lower are the temperatures. Between the multi-universes, they are a bit closer to the absolute zero. The temperatures decrease as the wholes grow. An endlessly large volumetric belt of energy is expanding after the last ascending whole and the temperature there is absolute zero.
By the analogy, inside this belt there is an endless quantity of the wholes, similar to that one, but it is very likely that the whole with the absolute zero temperature in it could be the outer and the last whole in the hierarchy that goes further into the 3-D infinity (at least the infinity as humankind understands it).„ [13]  

4. Conclusion
With the transited distance, waves lose their intensity that is registered by the increasing redshift (Mean Solar Irradiance (W/m2) on Mercury is 9.116,4, Earth  1.366,1, Jupiter 50,5, na Pluto 0,878 [3]).
Confronting the evidence, that in recent time there are 200 000 of merging or colliding galaxies and have blueshift among themselves, some people are persistent in continuing that the increase of the galactic speed exclusively affects the value of redshift. A significant sum of evidence states there is also a redshift in those galaxies that are approaching to an observer (but only those that are further than 70 Mly away, while those that are closer than that register a blueshift).
By continuing to use such a platform, unbelievable fabrications occur, which have no place in physics. They distort real measurements and instead of science they try to incorporate into physics some "values" that do not belong to it.
Measurements should be presented exclusively within realistic values and there is no need for subsequent embellishments to preserve such structures that exceed the limits of physics.
It is necessary to determine real values of the influence of the radiation intensity weakening  (with a constant and slow increase of speed of the distant galaxies in their orbits inside Universe) within the redshift value. The clusters of galaxies have rotations that are different from zero and due to their constant orbital rotation it seems to an observer that galaxies have very different directions of movement. Generally, they travel in the orbit of their cluster, as a dot on a planet, a star that rotates together with its planet inside their galaxy, which rotates further in its cluster and that cluster within its supercluster and finally all together rotate in Universe.

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3. Small, fast-spinning hot stars are not White Dwarfs new
Croatian        Pусский 
Author Weitter Duckss
Independent Researcher, Zadar, Croatia
DOI: 10.18483/ijSci.2177 ~ 2 ` 11 a 23-31  Volume 8 - Nov 2019 White Dwarfs are Small, Fast-Spinning Hot Stars
https://www.ijsciences.com/pub/pdf/V82019112177.pdf

Summary
In order to determine the density of white dwarfs and other stars I used a database and created several relations, such as mass/volume of different star types, to create comparable dana, the values of rotation, the percentage of the objects orbiting around a central object and the explanation how different speeds of rotation, if unused, influence the irregular derivation of the gravitational results. Some other factors, essential in creating real values in astrophysics, are also analyzed here.  The results acquired in such a way reveal a real image, which is impossible to perceive if analysing only a small or limited quantity of stars and other objects. It doesn't work without a larger sequence of relations of different parameters.
The research represents the interweaving of data for stars when indicators start displaying comparable results.  The rotation speed value is closely related to star types, as presented in the tables 4 and 6. At the same time it defines the temperature level of an object, but only faintly affects its density. Density mildly decreases with the increase of the rotation speed, but magnetic field value increases strongly. 

Keywords: White Dwarfs; hot stars; rotation speed  

1. Introduction
The article analyses several parameters, included in several relations, based on which real data representing white dwarfs could be created, in the terms of their real density and some other factors that ascribe white dwarfs into that type of the celestial objects.
Star types are related to the speed of rotation around an object, in the relation with temperature. The influence of rotation is on the magnetic field value, on the percentage of objects in the orbit and on the orbital speeds. Tables 3, 7, 8 and 9 show that objects with the same mass can be classified into groups of many star types. If the effects of the star rotation are ruled out, then a proper answer for such an outcome is not possible to find, because a similar quantity of mass has to produce similar values.
There are more than 270 links in 14 tables, leading towards the database, in which a reader can check the source of information (reference). The goal of this is not to dispute or to support the mainstream points of view, but to introduce real data checking, which is available these days in the form of the official scientific measuring. The topic on matter is not limited to white dwarfs, but it rather analyzes all star types and the centers of galaxies.

2. Determining the density of white dwarfs and "normal" stars
2.1. Star density
I use the existing databases in providing evidence to support or dispute the existence of extreme densities of stars and other objects. All evidence are related to the source of information through one or several steps. [1]
The method to acquire reliable data is to create a sequence of relations from the official measuring results, carried out and obtained on the same place and without the possibility to manipulate the results. The selection of evidence to be analyzed is as it is, because generally there are no cumulative data (temperature, mass, radius, luminosity, etc.) for a large number of objects which are used  for relation sequences, in order to analyze matter from all angles.
A part of the evidence are here on purpose, to be relevant and comparable inside the relations. The data from the relations are intended to cover the whole diapason of values: mass, radius, temperature, etc. A single object of a certain type is never an object of analysis, not even in a single case. If based on particular cases, the conclusions tend to be opposite to the real situation.

Table 1. The observation of the parallel indicators of mass, radius, temperature and surface gravity
Star Volume Mass, Sun=1 Radius, Sun=1 Mass/volume Type of star
White subdwarf star
V391 Pegasi 0,02865 0,5±0,05 0,23±0,03 17,45 blue-white subdwarf star
HD_49798   7,1795 1,5 1,45 0,2089282 sdO6p
NSVS 14256825 0,016153 0,528 0,19 32,687 sdOB / M V
2MASS J19383260+4603591 0,026 / 0,0093 0,48 / 0,120 0,223 / 0,158 18,46 / 12,9 sdBV/M
HVS 7 150,72 3,7 4,0 0,02455 sdB
Kepler-70 0,0197 0,496 0,203 25,178 sdB
PG 1047+003 0,07948 0,5 0,15 62,91 sdBe
Groombridge 1830 0,744 0,661 0,681 0,8884 class G8 subdwarf
Kapteyn's Star 0,058 0,274 0,291 4,7241 sdM1
HD 134439 0,4431 ~0,78 0,573 1,76 sd:K1Fe-1
HD 134440 0,3596 ~0,73 0,5345 2,03 sdK2.5

Sun (M=1, R=1) 2,355 1 1 0,4246.. G2V

WR 102 0,33113184 16,7 0,52 50,433 WR- WO2
WR 93b 0,20061 8,1 0,44 40,377 WR_ WO3
WR 142 1,2058 28,6 0,8 23,72 WR- WO2
WR 7 4,711 13 1,26 2,76 WR-WN4-s
WR 46 5,924  14 1,36 2,2633 WR- WN3p-w
WR 3 35,921 15 2,48 0,4176 WR-WN3-hw
WR 21a 4069,44 103,6 12 0,02546 WR-WN5ha
WR 31a 62231,76 17 29,8 0,0002732 WR-WN11h

Lambda Cephei  17.462,0 51 18-21 0,00292 O6.5If(n)p
NML Cygni 3.898927.371,9 50 1.183,0 0,000000013 M4.5-M7.9Ia-III
Ros 47 0,01157 0,35 0,17 30,1724 M4.0Vn
Kepler-42 0,01157 0,13 0,17 11,236 M5V
YZ Canis Minoris 0,0801 0,308 0,324 3,845 M5V
LHS 1140 0,015154 0,146 0,186 9,63442 M4.5V
SU Ursae Majoris 0,01097 0,105 0,167 9,572 dwarf nova
OTS 44 0,129 0,011 0,23-0,57 0,08527 r. planet/ Brown Dwarf
TVLM 513-46546 0,0031345 0,09 0,11 28,7127 Red/Brown Dwarf-M9
DEN 0255−4700   0,001716795  0,025-0,065 0,08-0,1 26,212 Brown Dwarf-L8/L9
OGLE-TR-123 0,00517395 0,085 0,13 16,4285 Brown Dwarf-M

Mass and radius of Jupiter (Jup = 1), density: Sun=1,408 g/cm3; Jupiter 1,326 g / cm3

Star Volume Mass Jup Radius Jup Mass/volume Type of star
Teide 1 127,1939 57 ± 15 3,78 0,445 Brown Dwarf-M8
Cha 110913-773444 13,73436 8 (+7, -3), (17) 1,8 0,5825 r. planet/ Brown Dwarf
PSO J318.5-22 12 8,4346 6,5 1,53 0,771 rogue planet
2MASS J0523−1403 2,42636 67,54 1,01 27,84 Brown Dwarf-L2.5V
EBLM J0555-57 1,396 85,2  (~0,081 Sun) 0,84  61,03 Brown Dwarf
2MASS 0939−2448 1,20576 20-50 (35)    0,8    29,0273 Brown Dwarf-T8
15 Sagittae 2,350 68,7      1          29,172 Brown Dwarf-L4
LHS 6343 c 1,13051 62,1      0,783  54,931 Brown Dwarf-T

Star Distance AU Mass Jup Radius Jup Temperature K Type planet

Srars generate their own energy. Planet reflected radiation, do not create their own energy.

2MASS J2126-8140 6.900,0 13,3 / 1.800,0 Planet
ROXs 42B b 140 9 0,9-3 1.800,0-2.600,0 Planet
HIP 65426 b 92 9 1,5 1.450,0 Planet
HR 8799 d 24 7 1,2 1.090,0 Planet; density 4 kg m³
HR 8799 c 38 7 1,3 1.090,0 Planet; density 3,2 kg m³
DH Tau B 330 11 2,7 2.750,0 Planet
UScoCTIO 108 b 670 14 0,9078 2.350,0 Planet
11 Oph b 472,9 21 0,9078 2.375,0 Planet
Table 1. Relationshift: Mass/volume, type of stars

The analysis of the objects' density in Table 1 (in the relation of mass/volume – star type) points out that there is no consistency that would be related to star types. Inside a same star type there are densities, which are lower, higher or the same as the one of Sun. The old concept's contours are clearly visible in the statements that smaller stars have higher densities and big red stars are inflated objects. [2] However, that concept also lacks consistency. It is particularly important to point out that the mass and radius estimates of the objects that are smaller than the mass and radius of Sun are generally only hypothesized (using the old hypotheses). [3]  If a star has the same mass or radius as Sun, the estimate of its density may follow several different hypotheses. For example, if an object is classified into a type of  "planets", it is less dense than a type known as a brown dwarf. Brown Dwarfs masses are 0,035 and 68,7 (2MASS 0939−2448 and 15 Sagittae) and it makes mass/volume ratio of 29,0273 and 29,1720 respectively. At the same time, planets with the distances of  38-6.900,0 AU have mass/volume ratio around 1 (ROXs 42B b ø 0,6036; 11 Oph b 11,8765). In a particular type of stars, Wolf–Rayet stars, there are stars with mass/volume ratio of 0,0002732 (WR 31a) to 50,4330 (WR 102). M type stars with large quantities of mass suggest their densities are low, because the effects of their slow rotation don't provide the same results with the objects they are interacted with, to the contrary of faster and fast rotating stars.  Generally, the decrease of density is ascribed to the stars with the increase of mass above 1 M Sun (Lambda Cephei   M 51 MSun, M/V 0,00292, T 36.000°K; NML Cygni M 51 MSun, M/V 0,000000013, T 2.500-3.250°K). 

Table 2. Density/temperature
Depth km Earth Component layer Density g/cm3 Temperature K
0–35 Crust 2,2–2,9 -86 to 200 (400)
35–2.890 Mantle 3,4–5,6 200-4.000
5.100–6.378 Inner core 12,8–13,1 5.400-5.700 (6.000)
>520.000,0 Sun Sun core 150 15,7 million
Table 2. Density/temperature

The temperature and density increases with depth. White dwarf temperatures do not follow this basic law. Their recommended density of 31.000,0 to above 460.000,0 (1.000.000-1.500.000) g/cm3 would generate temperatures above 100 billion K. Temperatures white dwarfs are from under 10.000 (4.270 ± 70 Gliese 223.2G 240-72 5.590,0± 90°K) to 200.000°K; (H1504 + 65, 200.000°K; 310.000 °K PSR B0943 + 10) [6]  like normal hot stars.

Table 3. Small stars/ temperature and type of star
Small star Mass Sun=1 Temper. K Type
Beta Pictoris b 0,0086-0,012 1.724 exoplanet, dist. 11,8 AU
ROXs 42Bb 0,0086 1.800-2.600 exoplanet, dist. 140 AU
CW Leonis 0,7-0,9 2.000,0 C9,5e
Kelu-1  0,060 2.020 brown dwarfs L2
Gliese 570 0,55 2.700 M1V
HIP 78530 b 0,022 2.800 exoplanet; dist. 710 AU
Lacaillea 9352  0,503 3,692 M0.5V
WD 0346+246 0,77 3.800 white dwarf
Castor C 0.5992 3.820 BY Draconis dwarf stars
HIP 12961 0,63 3.838,0 red dwarf  M0V
LP 658-2 0,45 (0,80) 4.270 (5.180) white dwarf   DZ11.8
HR 9038 Ab 0,67 4.620,0 red dwarf  K3V
Groombridge 1830 0,661 4.759 G8 subdwarf
HD 134439 ~0,78 5.136,5 sd:K1Fe-1
AC Herculis 0,6 5.225 F2pIb
Mu Cassiopeiae 0,74 5.341 G5Vb
L 97-12 0,59 5.700,0 white dwarf  DC8.8
QX Andromedae sec 0,45 6.420 F6
S Arae 0,51 6.563 A3II
HR 4049 0,56 7.500 B9.5Ib-II
GD 356 0,67 7.510 white dwarf   DC7
Zeta Cygni B 0,6 12.000 white dwarf   DA4.2
40 Eridani B 0,573 16.500 white dwarf   DA4
Kepler-70 0,496 27.730 sdB
V391 Pegasi 0,5 29.300,0 subdwarf   star
2MASS J19383260+4603591 0,48 29.564 sdBV/M
PG 0112+104 0.52 ± 0.05 >30,000 white dwarf  
PG 1047+003 ~0,5 33.500 sdBe
LS IV-14 116 0,485 34.950 sdB0.5VIIHe18
HD 149382 0.29−0.53 35.000,0 B5 VI
NSVS 14256825 0,528 42.000,0 sdOB  / M V
Table 3. Small stars mass ~0,5 MSun (except 3 exoplanets and Kelu-1 ) in relation to temperature and type of stars

We see here that part of the white dwarfs is not separated from other star types in terms of temperature. The same mass of small stars does not give the same temperature. White dwarfs have low (3.800°K WD 0346+246; 4.270 (5.180) HIP 12961) and high temperatures (PG 0112+104 >30,000). The height of these temperatures covers the spectral type stars from K to O.

2.2. White Dwarfs vs. other types of stars with an emphasis on the speed of rotation
Now, let's determine which basic forces give stars different values of temperature,  luminosity, the relation of mass/radius and the value of surface gravity.

Table 4. The relation (of the section of main star types) of rotation, mass, radius, temperature and type
Star Speed rotation Maas Sun=1 Radius Sun=1 Temperature K Type
White Dwarf 
GD 356 115 minutes 0,67 / 7.510,0 white dwarf 
EX Hydrae 67 minutes 0,55 ± 0.15 / / white dwarf 
AR Scorpii A 1,95 minutes 0,81 – 1,29 / / white dwarf pulsar
V455 Andromedae 67,62 second 0,6 / / white dwarf 
RX Andromedae 200 km/s 0,8  
40.000-45.000,0
white dwarf 
RX J0648.0-4418 13 second 1,3 / / white dwarf 
Pulsar
PSR J0348+0432 39,123 m. second 2,01 ± 0,04 13 ± 2 km / pulsar
Vela X-1 283 second 1,88 ~11,2 31.500 X-ray pulsar, B-type
Cen X-3 4,84 second 20,5 ± 0,7 12 39.000 X-ray pulsar
PSR B0943 + 10 1,1 second 0,02 2,6 km 310.000 pulsar
PSR 1257 + 12 6,22 m. second 1,4 10 km 28.856 pulsar
Wolf–Rayet stars
HD 5980 B <400  km/s 66 22 45.000 WN4
WR 2 500 km/s 16 0,89 141.000 WN2-w
WR 142 1.000 km/s 28,6 0,80 200.000 WO2
R136a2 200 km/s 195 23,4 53.000 WN5h
Normal hot stars
VFTS 102 600±100 km/s ~25 / 36.000 ± 5.000 O9:Vnnne
BV Centauri 500±100 km/s 1,18 / 40.000±1.000 G5-G8IV-V
Gamma Cassiopeiae 432 km/s 14,5 8,8 25.000 B0.5IVe
LQ Andromedae 300 km/s 8,0 3,4 40.000-44.000 O4If(n)p
Zeta Puppis 220 km/s 22,5 – 56,6 14 - 26 40.000-44.000 O4If(n)p
LH54-425 O5 250 km/s 28 8,1 45.000 O5V
Melnick 42 240 km/s 189 21,1 47.300 O2If
BI 253 200 km/s 84 10,7 50.100 O2V-III(n)((f*))
Red Dwarf
Gliese 876 96,6 days 0,37 0,3761±0,0059 3.129 ± 19 M4V
Kepler-42 2,9±0.4 km/s 0,13±0,05 0,17±0,04 3.068±174 M5V
Kapteyn's star 9,15  km/s 0,274 0,291±0,025 3.550±50 sdM1
Wolf 359 <3,0 km/s 0,09 0,16 2.800 ± 100 M6.5 Ve
Normal cool stars
HD 220074 3,0 km/s 1,2 ± 0,3 49,7 ± 9,5 3.935 ± 110 M2III
V Hydrae 11 - 14 km/s 1,0 420 - 430 2.650 C6,3e
β Pegasi 9,7 km/s 2,1 95 3.689 M2.5II–IIIe
Betelgeuse km/s 11,6 887 ±203 3.590 M1–M2 Ia–ab
F Type Star
Beta Virginis 4,3 km/s 1,25 1,681 ± 0,008 6.132 ± 26 F9 V
pi3 Orionis  17 km/s 1,236 1,323 6.516 ± 19 F6 V
4 Equulei 6,2±1,0 km/s 1,39 ~1,2 6.213±63 F8 V
6 Andromedae 18 km/s 1,30 1,50 6.425±218 F5 V
Table 4. The relation (of the section of main star types) of rotation, mass, radius, temperature and type

A column "Speed rotation" points to very fast rotations of white dwarfs [4], [5], pulsars, Wolf–Rayet stars and O, B type stars.
Small hot stars [6] make a rotation in a very short period (from miliseconds to a few minutes). Large hot stars rotate at the speed of above 400 km/s (Gamma Cassiopeiae). White dwarfs with a diameter of ~80 km makes a rotation generally in a few seconds (RX J0648.0-4418 13 seconds).
Wolf–Rayet stars are very fast-rotating stars, the speeds of which can be up to 1.000 km/s, which is generally accompanied by very high temperatures (WR 142 200.000°K, 1.000 km/s).
With the decrease of the rotational speed there is also the decrease of a star's temperature. Here it needs to be mentioned that
Quote: Temperature and radiance are also affected by the tidal forces from the bigger or smaller binary effect, environment, the density of gas (layers) between the observer and a star, the speed of outer matter influx to the object, especially into a whirl or cyclone on the poles of a star (over 140 tons of space matter is falling daily to the surface of Earth [16]), different sums of the mass and rotation effects to the small and big stars. [7] end quote
Large (medium and small) red stars have the rotation from +0 to above 10 km/s and temperatures of 1.800 to above 4.000°K (S Cassiopeiae 1.800;  W Aquilae 1.800; V Hya 2.160; II Lup 2.000; V Cyg 1.875; LL Peg 2.000; LP And 2.040; V384 Per 1.820; S Aur 1.940; QZ Mus 2.200; AFGL 4202 2.200: V821 Her 2.200; V1417 Aql 2.000; S Cep 2.095;  etc.). [8]
A smaller star needs higher speed to achieve temperatures similar to those of large stars and the reason for it is that a larger object has more matter, which by friction and different speeds of rotation of different layers, creates higher temperatures.

Table 5.  The relation white dwarfs / other star types within the relation: temperature / age of stars

Star Temperature K Age Gyr Type of stars
Gliese 876 3.129,0 ± 19 0,1-9,9 M4V
LHS 1140 3.131 ± 100 >5 M4.5V
Kapteyn's star 3.550±50 ~11 sdM1
WD 0346+246 3.800 ± 100 11-12 white dwarf 
Castor C 3.820 370 Myr dM1e
G 240-72 5.590 ± 90 5,69 white dwarf  DQP9.0
G 99-47 5.790 ± 110 3,97 white dwarf  DAP8.9
V382 Carinae 5.866 6,8 G0-4-Ia
LSPM J0207+3331 6.120,0 3 white dwarf 
Beta Virginis 6.132 ± 26 2,9 ± 0.3 F9 V
pi3 Orionis  6.516 ± 19 1,4 F6 V
4 Equulei 6.213±63 3,07 F8 V
6 Andromedae 6.425±218 2,91 F5 V
GD 356 7.510,0 2,1 white dwarf 
Ross 640 8.100 1,2 white dwarf  DZA5.5
Denebola 8.500 100–380 Myr A3Va
LP 145-141  8.500 ± 300 1,44 white dwarf  DQ6
Gliese 318 9.120,0 550 Myr white dwarf  DA5.5
HD 21389 9.730 11 A0Iae
WD 0806−661 10.205 ± 390 0,62 white dwarf  DQ4.2
ε Reticuli B 15.310 ± 350 1,5 white dwarf 
η Aurigae 17.201 22-55 Myr B3V
GD 61 17.280 200 Myr white dwarf  DA
Sirius B 25.000 ± 200 228 Myr white dwarf  DA2
LQ Andromedae 40.000-44.000 3,4 Myr O4If(n)p
Zeta Puppis 40.000 3,2  Myr O4If(n)p
LH54-425 O5 45.000 2,0 Myr O5V
Melnick 42 47.300,0 ~1 Myr O2If
Table 5.  The relation white dwarfs / other star types within the relation: temperature / age of stars

By reviewing the relation white dwarfs / other star types within the relation: temperature / age of stars does not find separation of white dwarfs from other stars. White dwarfs are found within the range of K to O star type, in terms of the height temperature and the recommended age of stars. The temperature is directly related to the speed of rotation (with the exclusion of binary systems effects ...). this is shown in Table 4.
Table 6.   The relation temperature K / rotation speed
Star Temperature K Rotation speed km/s
Slowly-rotating stars
Betelgeuse 3.590,0
Andromeda 8 3.616±22 5±1 
β Pegasi 3.689 9,7
Aldebaran 3.910 634 day
HD 220074 3.935 3
Beta Ursae Minoris 4.030 8
Arcturus 4.286 2,4±1,0
Hamal 4.480 3,44
Iota Draconis 4.545 1,5
Pollux 4.666 2,8
 ζ Cyg A 4.910 0,4 ± 0,5
Capella 4.970 4,1
The stars with fast and very fast rotations
Alpha Pegasi 9.765,0 125
Eta Ursae Majoris 16.823 150
η Aurigae 17.201 95
Spica secondary 20.900±800 199
Gamma Cassiopeiae 25.000 432
S Monocerotis 38.500 120
RX Andromedae (WD) 40.000,0 200
Zeta Puppis 40.000-44.000 220
HD 93129 42.500 130
LH54-425 O5 45.000 250
LH54-425 O3 45.000 197
HD 5980 B 45.000 400
Melnick 42 47.300 240
BI 253 50.100 200
HD 269810 52.500 173
WR 2 141.000 500
WR 142 200.000,0 1.000
Table 6.   The relation: temperature  / rotation speed

This table draws a sharp line between fast and slow rotating stars.
Quote: A star's speed of rotation causes its temperature (its temperature only partially depends on the mass of a star), its radius (ratio: the mass of a star / the radius of a star; Sun = 1), surface gravity and the color of a star. The stars with a slow rotation are "cold" stars (with the exclusion of binary systems effects), independently of the mass of a star and its radius. Their color is red and they are dominant in Universe
(M type of stars, 0,08–0,45 masses of Sun;  ≤ 0.7 R of Sun; 2.400–3.700°K; 76,45% of the total number of stars in Milky Way (Harvard spectral classification);
all red stars above  0,45 M of Sun are also included here, as well as the largest red (and other) stars in our galaxy). The stars with fast and very fast rotations are mostly present in nebulae, i.e., in the space which is rich with matter. Their total quantity in Milky Way makes 3,85% (O class ~0,00003%). [10] end of quote

2.3. Similar mass of stars it's situated in different classes (type) and different temperatures
Table 4. can be presented in such a way to create a relation: approximately the same mass/temperature and relate it to a star type. The relation has to show the same results for the same quantity of mass. It is unacceptable to claim that a single quantity of mass abides by several laws of nature or has several states, which would provide different results. The conditions should be almost identical or we are to explain, why a single quantity of mass has different laws of manifestation. The same goes for the claims that stars realize nuclear fission and fusion on the different levels, because there is one and the same quantity of mass on the same place.

Tabele 7. Star, type / mass / temperature
Star Type Mass Sun=1 Temperature °K
1 EZ Canis Majoris WN3-hv 19 89.100
2 Centaurus X-3 O 20,5 ± 0,7 39.000
3 η Canis Majores B 19,19 15.000
4 HD 21389 A 19,3 9.730
5 Kappa Pavonis F 19 - 25 5.250 - 6.350
6 V382 Carinae G 20 5.866
7  S Persei M 20 3.000-3.600
8 DH Tauri b Planet; dist. 330 AU 12 M Jupiter 2.750
9 HIP 78530 b Planet; dist. 740 AU 24 M Jup. 2.700 (2.800)
Table 7. Stars, similar mass (except No 8, 9, ), different classes (type) and temperatures [7]

It is obvious from the table that the relation of the same mass, different temperatures and the other star type can be met only by the evidence from the table 4 and 6. [7] , [10] The decrease of the rotational speed (with other incoming factors taken into consideration).
This is no exception, but rather a rule, that a majority of the diapason of the star mass, from the smallest to the largest, the stars belong to different types for any quantity of mass.

Table 8.  Type/ mass ~17/temperature
  Star Type Mass Sun=1 Temperature °K
1. WR 2, WN4-s 16 141.000
2. μ Columbae O 16 33.000
3. Deneb A 19 8.525
3. Gamma Cassiopeiae B 17 25.000
4.  VY Canis Majoris M 17 3.490
5. DH Tauri b Planet; dist. 330 AU 12 M Jupiter 2.750
6. HIP 78530 b Planet; dist. 710 AU 24 M Jup. 2.700 (2.800)
7. NML Cygni M 50 3.834
Table 8.  Type/ mass ~17/temperature [10]

Table 9.  Type/mass ~2/temperature and radius
Star Type Mass (Sun = 1) Temperature K Radius (Sun=1)
S Pegasi M5e - M8.5e 1,4-1,8 2.107 459-574
R Leporis C7,6e(N6e) 2,5 – 5 2.245-2.290 400±90
Rho Orionis  K0 III 2,67 4.533 25
29_Orionis G8IIIFe-0.5 2,33 4.852 10,36
BX_Andromedae F2V 2,148 6.650 2,01
Mu_Orionis Aa 2,28 8.300 2,85
3_Centauri B8V 2,47 9.638 2,8
Vela X-1 B0.5Ib pulsar 1,88 31.500 ~11,2
HD_49798 sdO5.5 1,50 47.500 1,45
PSR J0348+0432 pulsar 2,01 / 13±2 km
14 Aurigae white dwarf 1,64 7.498 /
GQ Lupi b planet 1-36 MJup. 2.650 ± 100 Distance 100 AU
Table 9.  Type/mass ~2/temperature and radius

The result of the two Sun masses is taken to exclude the discussions of the existence of different types of combustion that are created due to different star formations. This is particularly expressed by the planet display, with temperatures of 2650 ± 100, which is a star with an independent process of creating warmth and radiation. This is stressed in the table 8, with planets which temperatures are ~2.700°K and their mass being from 12-24 masses of Jupiter, and the star NML Cygni with its mass of 50 MSun and the temperature of 3.834°K.

2.4. Bodies in distant orbits can be stars – planets

Table 10. Bodies with mass to 13 mass of Jupiter/temperature and distance
Planet and Brown dwarf Mass of Jup. Temperature°K Distance AU

HD 106906 b 11±2 1.800 120
1RXS 1609 b 8 (14) 1.800 330
Cha 110913-773444 8 (+7; -3) 1.300 -1.400  
OTS 44 11,5 1.700 - 2.300  
GQ Lupi b 1 - 36 2.650 ± 100 100
ROXs 42Bb 9 1.950 ± 100 157
HD 44627 13 - 14 1.600 -2.400 275
DH Tauri b 12 2.750 330
2M1207b 4 (+6; -1) 1.600±100 40
2M 044144 9,8±1,8 1.800 15 ± 0.6
2MASS J2126-8140 13,3 (± 1,7) 1.800 6.900
HR 8799 c  7 (+3; -2) 1.090 (+10; -90) ~38
HR 8799 d 7 (+3; -2) 1.090 (+10; -90) ~24
HIP 65426 9,0 ±3,0 1.450.0 (± 150,0) 9
Table 10. Bodies with mass to 13 mass of Jupiter/temperature and distance

Table 6. eliminates the claims that objects below 13 masses of Jupiter can't have an independent production of high temperatures, which is measured also on stars S Cassiopeiae 1.800;  W Aquilae 1.800; V Cyg 1.875; V384 Per 1.820; S Aur 1.940°K. [8]

2.5. Observing the density of bodies in our system

Table 11. Rotation/density
Body Rotation   Mean density g/cm3 Mass Jupiter=1 Magnetic field G Type
Sun 25,38 day 1,408 1047 1-2 (10–100 sunspots) G2V
Jupiter 9,925 hours 1,326 1 4,2 (10–14 poles) planets
Saturn 10,64 hours 0,687 0,299 0,2 planets
Uranus (−)0,718 33 day 1,27 0,046 0,1 planets
Neptune 0,6713 day 1,638 0,054 0,14 planets
PSR J1745-2900 3,76 second  / 1-3 (mass Sun) 1014 pulsar
Sirius A 16 km/s 2,063±0,023 MSun weak A0mA1 Va
Table 11. Rotation/density

Here I will give an additional explanation for a claim that "A small star with a high mass will have a high density, because all of its mass is getting squeezed into a small space…hence, it’s very dense. A larger star of the same mass will have a lower density due to its stuff not getting squeezed so much."[11] through the rotation of an object around its axis.
Jupiter has the fastest rotation in our system, but it doesn't affect the density of the planet – it is lower than the one of Sun, Neptune and Pluto. Saturn is particularly interesting  with its lowest density ( Pan 0,42 g/cm³, Atlas 0,46 g/cm³, Pandora 0,48 g/cm³, Prometheus 0,48±0,09 g/cm³ 67P/Ch-G  0,533 g/cm³, Amalthea 0,857±0,099 g/cm³) in the table 7. This states that density doesn't change with the increase of mass, temperature and the speed of rotation. The speed of rotation in our system is significant with the objects that are inside the area, rich with matter, i.e., the area, where disks of gas and asteroid belts are created. The higher the frequency of matter incoming onto an object generally means that the discussed object will have a faster rotation and higher temperature. Fast-rotating hot stars are generally situated in those parts of the space, which is rich with matter (nebulae).

Table 12. ~ % Mass of satellites, Satellites /Central body
Body ~ % Mass of satellites
Satellites /Central body
Mean density kg/m3
Pluto 12,2 1750
Earth 1,23 5515
Neptune 0,385 1638
Sun 0,14 1408
Saturn 0,024   687
Jupiter 0,021 1326
Uranus 0,00677 1270
Table 12. ~ % Mass of satellites Satellites /Central body

If only the influence of gravity on the objects in an orbit or in the correlation of two stars is exclusively measured, that would be a wrong thing to do and it is presented in table 12. Pluto is the smallest object and it has the biggest percentage of its satellites' mass in the relation an object's mass/its satellites' mass in the orbit. The stars with a fast rotation create impressive systems, independently of their mass or radius, to the opposite of the stars with a slow rotation.

a fast rotating star
Figure 1. a fast rotating object

2.6. The band of matter concentration and the influence of rotational speed on bodies in orbits and centers of galaxies
In the formula for determining the behavior of planets, must be included temperatures of space and proximity to the central body, with special observation of the belt that is richer in matter.
Confirmation of this correctness it's easy to see that the satellites of Jupiter, Uranus, Neptune .. are in the zone where matter is concentrated. Their mass is significantly larger than other satellites.
It is obligatory to observe here reducing the distance of that belt, with shrinking temperatures of space as the planets move away from the central body, independent of the mass of the central body and the speed of rotation, though mass and the speed of rotation is and here very important.

Table 13. Orbital periods days, distance, mass; BD + 20 2457 c =1
Exoplanets Mass Jup. orbital periods days Distance AU BD + 20 2457 c =1 orbital periods days
BD + 20 2457 c 12,47 621,99 2,01 1
HD 213240 b 4,5 951 2,03 +329,01
OGLE-2006-BLG-109Lb 0,73 1.788,5 2,3 +1.166,51
Gliese 317 b 2,5 692 1,5 +70,01
HD 95089 b 1,2 507 1,51 -114,99
HD 183263 b 3,67 626,5 1,51 +4,5
HD 143361 b 3,48 1.046,2 1,98 +424,21
HD 5319 b 1,76 641 1,6697 +19,01
V391 Pegasi b 3,2 1.170 1,7 +548,01
Table 13. Orbital periods days, distance, mass; BD + 20 2457 c =1

Table 9. shows that similar or identical distance of planets from their central object doesn't result with the same orbital period. This data is seriously undermining the idea of the uniformed reduction of the gravitational influence on the objects in our system and it shows that the speed of the objects in the orbit depends on mass as well as on the rotational speed of the central object and the mass of the objects in the orbit.
All these principles mentioned above are the same for the galactical centers, which are the largest objects in the Universe.

Table 14. galaxies, type / rotational speed
  Galaxies Type galaxies Speed of galaxies

Fast-rotating galaxies

1 RX J1131-1231 quasar „X-ray observations of  RX J1131-1231 (RX J1131 for short) show it is whizzing around at almost half the speed of light.  [22] [23]
2 Spindle galaxy elliptical galaxy „possess a significant amount of rotation around the major axis“
3 NGC 6109 Lenticular Galaxy Within the knot, the rotation measure is 40 ± 8 rad m−2 [24]

Contrary to: Slow Rotation

4 Andromeda Galaxy spiral galaxy maximum value of 225 kilometers per second 
5 UGC 12591 spiral galaxy the highest known rotational speed of about 500 km/s,
6 Milky Way spiral galaxy 210 ± 10 (220 kilometers per second Sun)
Table 14. (7) galaxies, relationship: type galaxies / rotational speed of galaxies; No 1-3 Fast-rotating galaxies, No 4-6 Slow-rotating galaxies. From [10]

3. Conclusion
When there is an increase of data quantity in the database, the preconditions are created to discuss the white dwarfs within realistic values as small, fast-rotating stars with the density, which is similar to other, both medium and large, hot stars. Small fast-rotating stars (white dwarfs, pulsars, neutron stars, Wolf–Rayet stars, proto stars) have gas disks or significant asteroid belts, because they are formed inside the space, rich with matter. [7]   
Very fast rotation of the central body creates fast orbits of gas, small and large objects.
With the constant increase of matter [9], a star gathers it from the orbits (including the process of migration of hydrogen and helium from the smaller objects towards a star [12]) and, because of growth, disks and asteroid belts are growing smaller, accordingly to the relation of: a star's mass/the mass of matter in its orbit.
Due to high temperatures of the fast-rotating stars, matter disintegrates into hydrogen (some helium is the product of the process of constant joining of particles). The traces of complex elements on hot objects are detected because there is a constant daily influx of matter, within which there are complex elements and compounds.
The speed of rotation with the increase of an object's mass affects more the level of temperature, because more quantity of mass gives an object a more complex structure, higher values of matter mixture and the creation of higher forces of pressure and friction. A higher value of particle work and a higher quantity of work, due to rotation, binary effects,... make the difference between cold and hot stars. When binary effects, made by the activity of gravity (the attraction force of matter), are ruled out, the rotation speed of an object determines  the speeds of gas orbits and objects, with the remark that every object has an area in which matter is concentrated. Masses of the objects in that area are larger than masses of the objects in the orbit and therefore gas, dust and asteroids (disks and asteroid areas) are concentrated in such areas. [13], [14], [15], [16]
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4. A Constant Growth, Rotation And Its Effects, Cyclones, Light And Redshift With Images

DOI: 10.18483/ijSci.1908 07/2019
Author Weitter Duckss
Independent Researcher, Zadar, Croatia

Abstract
This article is about a constant growth of objects and systems in the Universe, based on: the forces of matter attraction (gravity), rotation and its speed with their effects, too, the creation of whirls and cyclones as a result of the rotation of objects, systems and the Universe. The creation of light is related to the effects and force of waves (radiation) in their collision with visible matter. It is proven here that a redshift is directly related to the weakening intensity of waves to the distant objects. Instead of being over-intellectual, this text, as a form of evidence, also introduces images, created by the direct observation (NASA, ESA, etc.) or based on the observations of the other astronomers and their published findings.

1. Introduction
The main goal of the article is to document a visible matter's constant growth, ranging from the smallest particles to the largest systems. The creation of systems, from small objects, stars and the most complex systems, is analyzed through the forces of attraction, the rotation around their axis and the processes that are a consequence of the rotation and gravity. Some accent is also placed on the whirls and cyclones that occur on the poles of gaseous objects, stars and the centers of regular galaxies, which themselves are a product of their own rotation. Light is documented here as a product of collision between waves and the visible matter and it is also shown why the Universe is dark. A redshift is analyzed through the weakening intensity of waves, which is detected by the astronomers' instruments.
The articles [5], [7], [10] and [11], with this one, too, make the integral part of a constant growth, rotation and its effects, cyclones, light and redshift.

2. A Constant Growth of Objects And Systems Inside the Universe
The processes of matter attraction inside and outside our Universe are based on the evidence and the fundamental principle of matter attraction. The matter attraction takes place on the level of particles , dust, smaller objects and to the galaxies, clusters of galaxies, ... Our Earth daily gets richer with the new quantities of matter, incoming from the Universe and estimated to be 300 tons per day. [1]
Figure 1
Figure 1. An image of a comet hitting into Jupiter and a meteor hitting Earth

The history of a constant matter incoming can be demonstrated by the percussive craters of those objects that did not get burned in the atmosphere. These processes are demonstrated the best with the direct images of Moon and other objects with no atmosphere or with a weak one.
Figure 2
Figure 2. Craters (NASA)

Besides fully covering (the surfaces of) some objects, the percussive craters also prove the ongoing process of the constant influx of new matter from outside an object. It is represented by the new craters, formed inside the older ones, while these older ones are also formed inside even older craters..
Figure 3 
Figure 3. Percussive craters on some objects (NASA)

A constant daily influx of new matter to an object causes a constant growth of the object. That process is never-ending through the whole history and nowadays there are no indications that it will be any different in the future.
Figure 4 
Figure 4. Percussive craters and a constant growth of body

The process of constant growth is not limited to the objects only. The processes of merger, collisions and other interactions are taking place on all levels inside the Macro-Universe, from gas and dust to superclusters, the Universe and the Macro-Universe.
Figure 5
Figure 5. A constant growth starts with the asteroids and all the way to the Multiverse and beyond, to the next two systems that exist in the Absolute Zero

With the help of the forces of attraction and the rotation, omnipresent in the Macro-Universe, the already formed objects create star systems and cause the creation of binary stars, smaller or larger irregular or spherical clusters of stars, create centers of galaxies, which create galaxies with the united forces of attraction of their objects and with the rotation, too. Galaxies are combined into groups and clusters of galaxies, which are further combined into superclusters and they are all combined into the Universe …
Figure 6
Figure 6. A star system, binary stars, a small and a large group of stars, galaxies, a cluster of galaxies, the Universe, Multiverse,...

The processes of systems merger are recognized from the small and large mergers of galaxies, their collisions, the attraction of the other objects and matter from the outside of a galaxy. All systems that are known to this day are gravitationally connected. [2], [3]
Figure 7
Figure 7. Interacting galaxies (Hubble Telescope)

2. The Rotation of Objects And Systems And Its Effects
An object with no rotation around its axis, or with an extremely slow one, can not have objects in the orbits around itself, because there is only the law of matter attraction present there. All of the other objects use rotation to capture particles, dust and other objects, in a lesser quantity, related to the total mass.
Figure 8
Figure 8. Venus, Mercury, Moon and internal natural satellites have no independent rotation and also have no satellites of their own or other matter in the orbits around them

Furthermore, an object can not form orbits around the poles (north – south direction). An object, incoming vertically to the poles, has the same speed as those incoming in the direction of rotation (vertically to the equator).
Figure 9
Figure 9.  "interstellar object" A/2017 U1 NASA/JPL-Caltech [4]

The orbits are created due to the rotation of an incoming object and also the central object
 Figure 10
Figure 10. 65803 Didymos, Rotation period 2.26±0.01 h; satellite orbital period 11.9 hours.

There is only a small percentage of stars with a very fast rotation in Milky Way (O (0,0003%), B and A type (together) 0,73003% [5] White Dwarf ~0,0002%, small number WR stars …) and they are mostly placed in the nebulae or in the part of space that is richer with matter.
Figure 11
Figure 11. NGC 346. HD 5980 is the brightest star on the left, just above centre.  Wikipedia.
HD 5980 B: 24 R Sun; Rotational velocity (v sin i) <400 km/s; T 45.000 °K.
 

The stars with a slow rotation (M type of stars, 0.08–0.45 masses of Sun; ≤ 0.7 R of Sun; 2,400–3,700°K; 76,45%, all red stars above 0,45 M of Sun are also included here and K and G type starsIt is total 96,15 % [6]).
Figure 12
Figure 12. Size comparison between Aldebaran and the Sun. Wikipedia.
Aldebaran: 44.13±0.84 R Sun; Rotational velocity (v sin i) 3.5±1.5 km/s; T 3,900±50° K.

The increase of speed of an object's rotation causes the increase of the emission of the radiation spectrum from the cyclones on the poles of the object. The speed of rotation of the galactic center is responsible for the type or the shape of a galaxy.
Figure 13.
Figure 13. Quasar (blazar);  spiral galaxy; elliptical galaxy                      

Galaxies Type galaxies Speed of galaxies

  Fast-rotating galaxies

RX J1131-1231 quasar

„X-ray observations of  RX J1131-1231 (RX J1131 for short) show it is whizzing around at almost half the speed of light.  ([22] [23]) [7]
Spindle galaxy elliptical galaxy „possess a significant amount of rotation around the major axis“
NGC 6109 Lenticular Galaxy

Within the knot, the rotation measure is 40 ± 8 rad m−2 ([24]) [7]

Contrary to: Slow Rotation

 

Andromeda Galaxy spiral galaxy maximum value of 225 kilometers per second 
UGC 12591 spiral galaxy the highest known rotational speed of about 500 km/s,
Milky Way spiral galaxy 210 ± 10 (220 kilometers per second Sun)
Table 7. galaxies, relationship: type galaxies / rotational speed of galaxies; No 1-3 Fast-rotating galaxies, No 4-6 Slow-rotating galaxies. [7]

Figure 14
Figure 14. Pulsar

Star (pulsar) Temperature K Rotation speed in s; ms Mass Sun 1 Radius Sun 1

PSR B0943 + 10 310.000 1,1 s 0,02 2,6 km
PSR 1257 + 12 28.856 6,22ms 1,4 10 km
Cen X-3 39.000 4,84 s 20,5 ± 0,7 12
Table 14. Display of fast rotating stars, temperature and relation mass > radius. [5]

A faster rotation creates a larger magnetic field, a more significant asteroid belts, gas disks and a higher radiation emission from a cyclone.
Figure 15
Figure 15. „Protostar“ (a fast rotating object)

Body Rotation speed magnetic field G, Mass (Sun 1) Radius

Sun 25,38 day 1-2 G (0.0001-0.0002 T) 1 696.392 km
Jupiter 9.925 h 4,2 G equ. 10-14G poles 0,0009 69,911 km
SGR 1806-20 7,5 s 1015 G 1 – 3 >20 km
Table 1. The bodies, relationship: rotation speed/magnetic field and mass/radius. [5]

A central object of a galaxy (bulge) can have a diameter of more than 30.000 ly (Milky Way: 3,000-16,000 ly [8] or 40 thousand ly on the equator and 30 thousands ly [9] (according to some other sources). The rotation of a galaxy center (There are around 10 million stars within one parsec of the Galactic Center) works the same way as the rotation of objects and creates a recognizable shape of a galaxy.
Figure 16
Figure 16. the Galactic Center rotate as one body

Rotation is confirmed for galaxies, clusters and galactic superclusters. The rotation of Universe is observed through: the existence of the galactic blueshift; the different galactic speeds, whereby the closer galaxies are faster than the significantly distanced ones; the existence of smaller and larger mergers; the collisions of galaxies and the clusters of galaxies. [Appendix 1]
Figure 17 
Figure 17. rotation of the Universe „The dark flow“

3. Cyclones and whirls
A slow rotation of the objects, stars, galactic centers creates whirls on their poles and their rotation is also slower in these regions than the object's rotation around its axis in the equatorial region. The situation is the opposite with the high speeds of rotation (only a small part of a total), the speed decreases from a cyclone in the middle of an object towards it surface (NGC 6109, Lenticular Galaxy, Within the knot, the rotation measure is 40 ± 8 rad m−2; PSR B0943 + 10, rotation speed 1,1 in a second). When an object, which orbits around a central object, is in the orbit in the space, where the temperature is below the melting point of helium, it has higher orbital speeds than its neighbors that are closer to the central object, although they have a lower quantity of tidal forces from the central object (Hale-Bopp 52.5, Halley’s comet 66, Shoemaker-Levy hit into Jupiter by the speed of ~58 km/s; the data state the average speed of comets of 10 km/s).
Figure 18
Figure 18.  Tropical ciklon

The rotation around an axis and the structure of an object (gas, liquid,...) cause the appearance of whirls and cyclones on the poles of gaseous objects, stars and galactic centers, which rotate around their own axis. Slower rotations create whirls on the poles and very fast rotations create a cyclone with apertures (the eyes of a cyclone) on the poles of stars and rotating galactic centers.
Figure 19
Figure 19. Tropical ciklon, a blazar, planets and pulsar (turbosquid.com)

The rotation of a central object affects the rotation of the atmosphere of a tidally-locked object (Venus, Titan).
Figure 20
Figure 20. South Pole of Titan moon (NASA)

When the cyclones on the poles of an object suck matter in, it heats up by passing through the atmosphere (or the objects are stars) and it accelerates the rotation of a cyclone and produces strong emissions of gamma and other radiations. Depending on an object's incoming angle into a cyclone, a rotation may get slower or faster.
Figure 21
Figure 21. Artist’s concept of interstellar asteroid 1I/2017 U1 (‘Oumuamua) as it passed through the solar system after its discovery in October 2017. The aspect ratio of up to 10:1 is unlike that of any object seen in our own solar system.Credits: European Southern Observatory/M. Kornmesser [4].

When a cyclone on a fast-rotating star sucks an object of a sufficient size in, it goes deep into the interiority of the cyclone and the star, where its explosion causes the explosion of the star or a larger or smaller discharge of the higher layers of the star. The rest of the object or a core, depending on whether the object and the explosion went in the direction of rotation or against it, becomes hot and even faster-rotating (a pulsar) or, due to a slow down, it becomes a small, cold and slow-rotating M type star.
Figure 22
Figure 22.  Eta Carnae, the Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy

4. When Does Light Appear?
A space outside the visible matter is dark. There is no light just outside the atmosphere of Sun. There is no light outside the atmosphere of Earth and off the surface of Moon. Light does not travel through space. There is a total darkness between Sun and Earth, just as between Sun and any other form of visible matter.
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Figure 23. the Moon and the Earth Apollo 8; Sun;  Pluto and Charon moon; stars look like from outer space of the Dawn spacecraft; NASA

There is no light just outside the more important part of the atmosphere of Earth. Light appears only on the visible matter.
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Figure 24. Moon, comet, ISS; NASA

Sun emits  X-rays,  ultraviolet , visible light , infrared , radio waves and a very low quantity of gamma rays from sun spots. Radiation and waves are not visible and they are not a visible light, because space becomes dark just outside the visible matter of a star. When there is no visible matter, there is no light, there is only dark. Light appears when waves (radiation) collide with the visible matter (an object, an atmosphere, a significant quantity of particles of gas and dust).
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Figure 25. Sunce prije i poslije sudara valova sa vidljivom materijom

5. The Correct Interpretation of Red Spectrum
The smaller and larger mergers of galaxies and clusters of galaxies, their collisions and interactions, higher movement speeds of the closer systems in the comparison to the more distant ones, show that the contemporary interpretation of redshift is incorrect. [Appendix 1] Redshift is not solely and exclusively related to the increase of speed of an object's distancing itself.

Space objekt Clusters, superclusters, galaxy Distance Mly Red shift (z)

The Laniakea Supercluster centre 250 0,0708
Abell 754 760 0,0542

CID-42  Quasar 3.900 (3,9 Gly) 0,359
Saraswati Supercluster 4.000 0,28

Einstein Cross 8.000 1,695
TN J0924-2201 galaxy 12.183 5,19
Lynx Supercluster 12.900 1,26 & 1,27

EGS-zs8-1 13.040 7,73
z8 GND 5296 galaxy 13.100 7,51
Table 21. The system, rotation within the Universe, distance 250 M ly- 13,4 G ly  [5]

If two or more systems merge or are in some other form of interaction, the detected redshift in all of these systems should not be interpreted exclusively as a result of distancing the systems. A part of these systems is getting closer to an observer and a blueshift should be detected there, but it is not. With the increase of distance, the intensity of waves is decreased – the consequence of which is the increase in red spectrum, independently of the object being distanced away or getting closer to an observer.
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Figure 26. A red color before sunrise and after sunset; to the east (up) and to the west (down) at sunset (Zadar, Croatia)

A red color is directly related to the decrease of wave intensity from the emitting object. On the images, the Sun is behind the horizon. After a certain distance the weakening of radiation intensity overcomes the speed of the system getting closer to the observer and after that distance it gets impossible to detect the blueshift. In the processes of getting closer, merger and collisions of galaxies and clusters of galaxies there is only the blueshift among these systems, although the redshift is detected, because of the low wave intensity. Nowadays, the blueshift is not detected above 70 M Ly. An exact example is the appearance of a red moon. Moon gets red when it is in the shadow of Earth. The waves from Sun do not reach Moon then.

Figure 27. Red Moon, a display of the process

6. Conclusion
Millions of percussive craters scattered on the objects in our entire system, the daily influx of matter to Earth and the other objects, small and large mergers, collisions and other interactions among the objects, galaxies and galactic clusters are the representation of the process of the constant growth of the objects and systems. The existence of orbits, star systems, binary systems and other systems (from galaxies to superclusters, the Universe and the Multiverse) is impossible in the space without the effects of an object's and a system's rotation around their axis. The objects that have no rotation, or have an extremely slow one, do not create orbits around themselves. The objects with an independent rotation do not create orbits around their poles, where there is no effect of the rotation around the axis. The cyclones are the product of rotation. By sucking matter in, they increase or decrease the speed of an object's rotation. Only a very small quantity of the objects has a very high speed of rotation (O type and White Dwarf 0,0005% of the total quantity of stars in Milky Way). Light is the product of the collision between waves (radiation) and the visible matter. Space is very cold and dark where there is no visible matter or the intensity of waves is very low. Beyond the third level above the Universe the temperature of space is at 0° K. All processes at the absolute zero are extremely slow or in the state of rest. A red spectrum is a product of the weakening of the wave intensity, with the increase of the objects' orbital speeds inside clusters, galactic superclusters and the Universe. The decrease of the wave intensity is observed the best in our system from Mercury to the Oort cloud (Solar radiation pressure lbf/mi², 0.1 AU 526; 0.46 AU = Merkur 24.9; … 5.22 AU = Jupiter 0.19).
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Appendix 1.
"It means that if 10 Mpc equals 32,6 millions of light-years
then Hubble's law doesn't apply for galaxies and objects, the values of which are more easily determined." Wikipedia
Let's check that on the distances at which Hubble's law should apply:

RMB 56 distance 65,2 Mly… blue shift.. -327 km/s…….(65,2 Mly x Hubble c. = -327 km/s Ha, ha..)
NGC 4419........56 Mly……..........-0,0009 (-342 km/s)…..(56 x H C = -342 km/s ..)
M90...............58.7 ± 2.8 Mly..........−282 ± 4 km/s……….(58,7 x H c = -282 km/s)"
+ "compiled a list of 65 galaxies in Virgo with VLG < 0 (blue shift). Distance 53.8 ± 0.3 Mly (16.5 ± 0.1 Mpc)"
"Again, there is nothing in accordance with the constant and Hubble's law!" ..(53,8 Mly x Hubbl c. = 0 to -866 km/s ..Ha..)
Who lies? Autor or evidence? In the translations: a person who talks without a background (evidence) or scientific evidence?

If " "Objects observed in space - extragalactic space, 10 (Mpc)" = ~700 km/s
"NGC 7320c distance 35 Mly, speed 5.985 ± 9 km/s…(~10 Mpc x Hubble c. = 5.985 ± 9 km/s.. ha, ha..)
NGC 4178..............43 ± 8...................377 km/s
NGC 4214...............44.........................291 ± 3
M98 ........................44.4 ...............−0.000113 ± 0.000013
Messier 59...............60 ± 5..................410 ± 6
NGC 4414................62,3 ....................790 ± 5
NGC 127................188........................409 etc....

The Laniakea Supercluster.......250 Mly.......+0,0708 (z)
Horologium_Supercluster ........700 Mly..........0,063
Corona Borealis Supercluster ...946 Mly..........0,07 etc...
(The galaxy is distant 250 Mly is faster (has a bigger red shift) than the galaxy at the distance 700 and 946 Mly ..)

Q0906 + 6930 ..................12,3 Gly.....5,47.(z)...speed ....299,792 km/s 
Z8 GND 5296...................13,1 Gly....7,5078±0,0004.......291.622 ± 120 km/s
GN-z11..............................13,4 Gly...11,09.......................295.050 ± 119.917"
Who lies? .....
Object with red shift. 5.47 is faster than objects with red shift 7.05 and 11.09 ha, ha. Authors Hubble constant really need to go back to elementary school and learn math (basic for kids).
(Slavko Sedić commented on an article.28. kolovoza 2018. What Is The Hubble Constant? www.space.com)

 

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5. When Occurring Conditions for the emergence of life

DOI: 10.18483/ijSci.1908 07/2019
Author Weitter Duckss
Independent Researcher, Zadar, Croatia

Abstract
In this article, it is discussed about the conditions, needed on an object to support the appearance of life. The evidence are presented to support the idea that, due to the constant growth of the objects and the rotation around their axes, such conditions are attainable even to the orbiting objects outside the Goldilocks zone, no matter how far their orbits may be. The same goes for the conditions to support the appearance of life on the independent objects.
At all distances there are objects with more or less expressed high temperature, i.e., with the increased radiation emission. Before they become stars (i.e., completely melted objects), objects have a thinner or thicker crust with very active geological processes that create complex elements and compounds, which are the key factors that, during a longer period of time, lead to the appearance of life. The appearance of life is not related to zones, but to the relatively short period of an object's transition from an object with a melted interiority into the object that is completely melted and not suitable for life to appear. Except the processes of growth and rotation, all parts of the system are also discussed, in terms of the places and ways in which matter is presented, as it dictates the pace of the objects' growth and the conditions on an object, when hydrogen, H2, and helium, He, stop migrating towards the central or another larger object.

Keywords: Habitable Zone,

1. Introduction
The processes of the constant growth, the rotation around an axis, the influences of tidal forces (binary effects), a melted interiority of objects, very active geological processes, the existence of working temperatures for elements and compounds (melting and boiling points), the temperatures of space, a migration of H2 and He towards the central or another object with a larger mass, the fact whether an object is placed before, after or in the area, where gas disks and asteroids appear – these are the conditions that determine when and on what objects would the conditions to support life appear.
The article about the appearance of life will discuss the conditions to support the appearance and the progress of life; extreme conditions in which microorganisms can survive will not be discussed here, because these conditions are not suitable to support (more complex forms of) life appearance and its progress.

2. A constant growth causes optimal temperatures for the appearance of life
A constant growth is a sum of the different quantities of growth of the objects in a star system. The differences are present in the respective masses of the objects, their chemical compositions, the existence of atmosphere and its composition, the speed of rotation around the axis. [1] In our system there are inner small planets and objects, then large objects with impressive atmospheres (these are located in the area rich with matter) and smaller objects outside that area.
Matter in an orbit around a star or smaller objects gets concentrated in the asteroid belt (when the rotation of a star around its axis is relatively slow) or in the disk of gas, dust, smaller and larger objects, when a star rotates faster around its axis. Generally, the objects in this area rotate faster than inner and outer objects of a star system. It needs to be mentioned here that the objects, captured in an orbit, may have different masses, no matter how far the orbit may be from a central object. Inside a star system and due to a constant object growth, smaller stars with high temperatures make orbits around a central star (due to fast rotations around their axes and the mass of an object).

Table 1. planets, large distance orbits, mass/temperature

  Planet Mass of Jupiter Temperature K Distance AU
1 GQ Lupi b 1-36 2650 ± 100 100
2 ROXs 42Bb 9 1,950-2,000  157
3 HD 106906 b 11 1.800 ~650
4 CT Chamaeleontis b 10,5-17  2.500 440
5 HD 44627 13-14 1.600-2.400 275
6 1RXS 1609 b 14 1.800 330
7 UScoCTIO 108 b 14 2.600 670
8 Oph 11 B 21 2.478 243

Table 1. Planets at a great distance from the stars with high temperatures and different mass. [2]

Only very distant stars or planets that achieve their temperatures on their own, without a central object, are included in this table. They are shown as the examples here to avoid the discussions that would state that objects that are close to a star achieve their temperatures exclusively through the extreme radiation of the central object. High temperatures are registered in data bases at all distances.
Sirius B is distant 20 AU (Uranus' orbit), T 25.200° K (Sirius A 9.940° K); Procion B 15 AU, T 7.740° K (Procion A 6.350°K), 40 Eriidani B (C) 400 AU (B i C 15 AU between themselves) T 16.500°K (B) / 3.100 (C) / 5.300 (A); Acrux B 1 AU, T 28.000° K (Acrux A T 24.000); Epsilon Aurigae B 18 AU, T 15.000 (A 7.750° K)..
The stars (and planets) with a small radius and mass have temperatures higher or similar as a part of large central stars.

Table 2. Cold stars, mass/radius

  Star Radius Sun 1 Temperature °K
1 R Cygni  / 2.200
2 CW Leonis 700 2.200
3 IK Tauri 451-507 2.100
4 W Aquilae 430-473 1.800 (2250-3175)
5 T Cephei 329 +70 -50 2.400
6 S Pegasi  459-574 2.107
7 Chi Cygni 348-480 2.441-2.742
8 R Leporis 400±90 2.245-2.290
9 R Leonis Minoris  569±146 2.648
10 S Cassiopeiae 930 1.800

Table 2. Cold stars in relationship: mass/radius Sun=1).

A few more examples cool Stars: RW Lmi 2.470° K; V Hya 2.160° K; II Lup 2.000; V Cyg 1.875; LL Peg 2.000; LP And 2.040; V384 Per 1.820; R Lep 2.290; W Ori 2.625; S Aur 1.940; QZ Mus 2.200; AFGL 4202 2.200: V821 Her 2.200; V1417 Aql 2.000; S Cep 2.095; RV Cyg 2.675° K.. [2]
These indicators point to a different perspective on the so-called zones suitable for the appearance of life. Just before the creation of these stars in the orbit, as a result of insufficient mass and possibly a slower rotation, these objects had a crust and atmosphere, i.e., they were objects with a melted interiority and very active geological processes.

3. The speed of rotation around the axis of an object accelerates the rise of temperature and creates a global magnetic field
A speed of rotation around an axis, with the binary effects and mass included, determines the level of temperature of an object. At the same time it enables the appearance of geological processes, because of the temperature amplitudes between a day and a night. A rotation creates a global magnetic field on the objects with a melted interiority and on stars.

  Brown dwarf (& planets) Mass of Jupiter Temperature °K Planets orbit AU

1 2MASS J2126-8140 13,3 (± 1,7) 1.800 6.900
2 Gliese 570 ~50 750 - 800 1.500

3 B Tauri FU 15 2.375 700
4 DENIS J081730.0-615520 15 950  

Table 3. Brown dwarf and planets (at a great distance), relationship:mass up to 15 MJ/(vs) mass above 15 M and Mass vs Mass and temperature. [2]

The objects from the table 3 have very distant orbits, where the influence of a central object is marginal. At the same time it is seen that the mass of an object is not responsible for the level of temperature. It should be particularly pointed out that a smaller quantity of mass is enough for an object to independently produce temperatures that are required for the appearance of life.

   Brown dwarf & planets Mass of Jupiter Temperature °K Planets orbit AU

  Mass up to 13 Mass of Jupiter
1 CFBDSIR 2149-0403 4-7  ~700  
2 PSO J318.5-22 6,5 1.160  
3 2MASS J11193254-1137466 (AB) ~5-10 1.012 3,6±0,9
4 GU Piscium b 9-13 1.000 2.000
5 WD 0806-661  6-9  300-345 2.500
6 Venus 0,002 56 737 0,723
7 Earth 0,003 15 184 - 330 1,00

Table 4. brown dwarfs and planets (at a great distance from the star) with a temperature above 500 ° C. [2]

The objects from 1-5 achieve high temperatures independently. Venus makes it possible due to the tidal forces of Sun and Earth does it independently and with the binary effects, too. The objects can achieve the optimal temperatures for the appearance and progress of life at all distances from a central object. Those objects that have an independent rotation and are closer to the central object make the optimal temperature conditions with the quantity of mass, which is lesser than the one of Earth and the distance a bit shorter than 1 AU. (depending on the speed of rotation and mass of the central object). With the increase of distance and the reduction of the tidal force effects, the objects need to gain mass and/or increase the speed of rotation to achieve the temperatures that are optimal for the appearance of life. The object 2MASS J2126-8140 is a star (T 1.800° K) with its mass of 13,3 (± 1,7) masses of Jupiter, at the distance of 6.900 AU, OTS 44 is a central object, which mass is 11,5 MJ (1.700 - 2.300° K), ROXs 42Bb  9 MJ, T 1.950 ± 100° K, distance  157 AU..

  Star Temperature K Rotation speed km/s Radius Sun 1

1 8_Andromeda 3.616±22 5±1  30
2 β Pegasi 3.689 9,7 95
3 Aldebaran 3.910 634 day 44,2
4 HD 5980 B 45.000 400 22
5 BI 253 50.100 200 10,7
6 HD 269810 52.500 173 18
7 WR 142 200.000 1.000 0,40

Table 5. Stars, relationship: temperature/rotation speed/ surface gravity and mass/radius. No 1-3 cold stars, 4-7 hot stars.[2]

Table 5 exhibits a primary influence of rotation to the level of temperature. Without rotation, the objects with completely or partially melted interiority can have no global magnetic field, which is an effective protector of an environment, in which simple and complex living organisms are created and existing.

Body Rotation speed magnetic field G, Mass (Sun 1) Radius

Sun 25,38 day 1-2 G (0.0001-0.0002 T) 1 696.392 km
Jupiter 9.925 h 4,2 G equ. 10-14G poles 0,0009 69,911 km
SGR 1806-20 7,5 s 1015 G 1 – 3 >20 km

Table 6. The bodies, relationship: rotation speed/magnetic field and radius. [1] 

The lack of global magnetic field is registered on Venus, Mars and other objects without a melted interiority (Uranus 0,1 Gauss, Neptune 0,14 G, Saturn 0,2 G, Jupiter 4,2 G, Pluto has no global magnetic field ..).

4. Working temperatures of elements and compounds and chemical composition
The quantity of elements (mass fraction (ppm)) in our galaxy: Hydrogen 739.000, Helium 240.000, Oxygen 10.400, Carbon 4.600, Neon 1.340, Iron 1,090, Nitrogen 960 ..
This is, roughly, similar to the chemical composition of gaseous planets and Sun - that quantity is almost all of the matter in our system.
Opposite to these objects, Earth has chemical composition of the crust: chemical composition of the crust: Silica SiO2 60.2%; Alumina Al2O3 15.2%; Lime CaO 5.5%; Magnesia MgO 3.1%; iron(II) oxide FeO 3.8%; sodium oxide Na2O 3.0%; potassium oxide K2O 2.8%; iron(III) oxide Fe2O3 2.5%; water H2O 1.4%; carbon dioxide CO2 1.2%; titanium dioxide TiO2 0.7% (Total ~100%).
Inner objects cannot hold H2 and He, which migrate towards Sun. This is the reason why an object that lacks independent rotation or insufficient mass has no significant quantities of water (Venus, Mars, Ceres, Vesta,...). The objects in the external orbits produce very low (minor) quantities of O2 and they also cannot produce significant quantities of water.
This is, of course, valid with the existing mass of the object in the orbit and their rotation speeds. With the increase of mass ( ~1,5 of the mass of Earth, depending on rotation) Mars will be able to hold a part of its hydrogen in the compounds of CH4, H2O, NH3 etc. although hydrogen will continue to migrate towards Sun.
In the area rich with matter, due to "fast" growth, the objects have a shorter period that is suitable to the appearance of life. The period becomes unsuitable when an object's mass reaches a point, after which hydrogen and helium remain on the object.
The objects outside the area rich with matter are in a significantly better position. These objects achieve a melted interiority when their mass equals a few masses of Earth.
Nowadays, on these distances, the objects that are below the mass of Jupiter are registered and their temperatures are significantly high (at these distances it is impossible to detect an object, unless it has a significantly high temperature (the radiation emission):(OGLE-2011-BLG-0173L b 0,19 MJup, dist. 10 AU; HD 163296 b 0,3 MJ, dist. 105 AU; HD 163296 c 0,3 MJ, dist 160 AU; MOA-2011-BLG-028L b 0,094 MJ, dist. 7,14 AU; MOA-2011-BLG-274 b 0,8 MJ, dist. 40 AU ..).
High temperatures are estimated at the objects, which mass is only a few times larger than the one of Jupiter: (Planet HD 95086 b  2.6 (± 0.4) MJ, distance 61.7 (-8.4 +20.7) AU, T 1.050° K; 2M1207b 4 (+6−1) MJ, dist. 24–231 AU, T 1600 ± 100 K; HR 8799 b 5 (+2, -1) MJ, ~68 AU, T 870 (+30, -70) K; GJ 504 b 4 MJ, dist. 43,5 AU,  544±10 ° K...).
The independent objects with high temperatures (brown dwarfs) are nowadays detected with the mass of 5 and more masses of Jupiter: (ULAS J0034-00 0,005 M Sun, T 550 – 600°K; WISE 1828+2650  3 – 6 M Jup, T 250 – 400° K; WISE 0855−0714  ~3 – 10 MJ, T 225- 260° K; CFBDSIR 2149-0403 4-7 MJ, T ~700° K; PSO J318.5-22 6,5 MJ, T 1160; ..).

A chemical composition of the objects in an orbit depends also on:
Quote: „ there are objects that are formed in a cold space without approaching a star and there are objects, the structures of which are formed in the interaction with a star. Within these two types there is the heating of an object, due to the increase of its mass (the forces of pressure) and due to the actions of tidal forces.. Furthermore, chemical complexity is influenced by the rotation around the axis (the temperature differences of day and night), the temperature differences on and off the poles, geological and volcanic activity (cold and hot outbursts of matter), etc. Planets emit more energy than they get in total from their stars (Uranus emits the least (1,06±0,08), Neptune 2,61(1,00 stands for zero emission of its own), while Venus emits the most of its own energy and has the most significant volcanic (hot) activity in our system).
The lack of O2 points out that extreme cold does not favor the appearance of that element. It gets replaced by N2. A lack of H2 points out that an object has been near a star for a long time. The comet shows the process of removing volatile elements and compounds (those with low operating temperatures) from an object.
The objects closer to a star have an abundance of oxygen in the atmosphere and on the surface. The lack of hydrogen is particularly seen on Mars4, since there isn't any in the atmosphere or on the surface. The more distant planets have a lack of oxygen and big amounts of hydrogen (on smaller objects, like Titan or Pluto, it gets replaced by N2 and hydrogen compounds (CH4, CxHx, NH3 i td).“ [2] end quote.

The temperature of space and an object determines, which elements create its atmosphere and enter the processes of the object's chemical structure construction.
The working temperature of water is from 0 to +100°C; oxygen from -218,35 to -188,14°C; nitrogen from -209,86 to -195,75°C; methane from -182,5 to -161,49; hydrogen from -259,14 to -252,87°C; helium from -272,20 to -268,934°C; sulphur dioxide from -72 do -10°C , etc.
Temperature and distance of the body in our system: Mercury distance 0.387 098 AU, temperature 80 – 700° K; Venus 0.723332 AU; 750 K; Earth 1 AU, 144-330 K; Mars 1.523679 AU, 130-308 K; Jupiter 5.2044 AU, 112-165 K; Saturn 9.5826 AU, 85-134° K; Titan 9.5826 AU, 93,7 K; Uranus 19.2184 AU, 47-76 K; Neptune 30,11 AU, 55-72 K; Pluto 39,48 AU, 33-55 K..
In the elements' and compounds' working temperature / the temperature of the object ratio, it can be determined, which elements and compounds will create the atmosphere and the structure of the object. If the temperature is above the boiling point of oxygen, which is 90,188 K (on Jupiter, it is 112-165 K), such an object needs to have almost all of its oxygen in the atmosphere; when all the compounds containing oxygen and oxygen itself are taken into account, there are only traces of water (0.0004%±0.0004%) on Jupiter.
There are some species on Earth that can use a kind of antifreeze and successfully progress in cold types of climate. Microorganisms on Earth can endure the temperatures from -20° C (Synechococcus lividus) do 121° C (Pyrolobus fumariiPyrococcus furiosus ). [3]  
antifreeze is a complex sugar called xylomannan). The spores of the bacterial species of Bacillus have endured having been heated to the temperature of 420 ° C . [4]
However, we discuss here the environment that is suitable for the appearance of (more complex forms of) life, because only when life appears and progresses to a certain level, there is a possibility to discuss the conditions, in which life can survive and adapt. Such an environment does not include extreme temperatures, in which survive such organisms that were created somewhere else and have evolved to survive in the extreme conditions. The appearance of life needs an optimal and balanced temperature in a long period of time. Besides such an atmosphere, these objects must have significant quantities of compounds that are a base to create life. The problem of our (star system's) planets is they have no liquids that would stay in the same place in the liquid form for a long period of time.

5. Conclusion
In reality, the appearance and progress of life are to be expected on all objects, but only during a particular period of time and under the conditions, needed for such an object to progress. Finally, these conditions come down to the achievement of the melted interiority and an independent rotation – which should not be extremely slow. Under these conditions, geological processes become very active. In the process of interaction of the melted interiority with crust, atmosphere and liquids in or on the crust, a complex atoms and compounds are created. Inside our system, nowadays only Earth meets these conditions. __________________________________________________________________

Reference
[1].https://www.academia.edu/37363821/A_Constant_Growth_Rotation_And_Its_Effects_Cyclones_Light_And_Redshift_With_Images  „2. A Constant Growth of Objects And Systems Inside the Universe“ W.D.
[2]. https://www.ijsciences.com/pub/pdf/V82019021908.pdf  „Effects of Rotation Araund the Axis on the Stars, Galaxy and Rotation of Universe“ „Effects of Rotation Araund the Axis on the Stars, Galaxy and Rotation of Universe“ 2.6. „The Types of Stars with Similar Mass and Temperature Axis“ DOI: 10.18483/ijSci.1908
[3]. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Extremophile#Characteristics
[4]. https://asknature.org/strategy/unique-antifreeze-protects-from-extreme-cold/ „A sugar-based polymer produced by an Alaskan darkling beetle keeps cell contents from freezing in extreme cold temperatures by attaching to the cell membrane.“

 

6. The Processes of Violent Disintegration and Natural Creation of Matter in the Universe

Budapest International Research in Exact Sciences (BirEx) Journal
DOI: https://doi.org/10.33258/birex.v1i4.474 "
https://bircu-journal.com/index.php/birex/article/view/474 November 2019

Summary
This article completes the circle of presenting the process of the constant growth of objects and systems and the topics to complete it consist of the visible matter violent disintegration and its re-creation inside the Universe. A constant process of the visible matter disintegration is presented as the end of the process, the proportions of which are gigantic, and the creation of the visible matter as the beginning of it.
The disintegration of particles disturbs the balance of the Universe's wholeness; despite the enormous loss of the visible matter, the Universe is constantly growing.
After having postponed it for a while, this article discusses the age of objects and the Universe as a consequence of the process of the constant matter growth. The acquired results are completely different from those, offered by the renowned experts of the time.
The articles [8], [9], [10]  and [18], with this one, too, make the integral part of the complete circular process of matter growth inside and outside of our Universe.

Keywords: disintegration of matter; particle formation; the age of the Universe

1. Introduction
The goal of the article is to unite the total processes of the constant matter growth inside the Universe, based on the independent research, the use of databases of generally accepted, easily verifiable evidence for the broadest community of readers. This article is a summary of the materials inside the process of the constant matter gathering, with the articles [8], [9], [10]  and [18], due to gravity or the law of universal gravitation.
The disintegration of matter is a process of turning the visible matter into the invisible matter and energy and it exists in the whole of the Universe. The loss of the enormous quantities of matter is replaced with the process of the visible matter constant growth out of the invisible matter inside the space or the whole of the Universe.
The age of the objects is analyzed through the time needed for matter to gather into dust, asteroids (comets) and increasingly larger objects, star systems, galaxies and finally the Universe.

2. The Disintegration of Matter
There are two stages of matter disintegration in the Universe.
The first one is the disintegration of complex atoms and compounds into hydrogen. This process exists on Earth. The crust of Earth has more complex chemical composition than the melted interiority of Earth.

Table 1. the Earth crust and s mantle
% crust of the Earth % mantle of the Earth
SiO2 60,2 46
Al2O3 15,2 4,2
CaO 5,5 3,2
MgO 3,1 37,8
FeO 3,8 7,5
Na2O 3 0,4
K2O 2.8 0,04
Fe2O3 2.5  
H2O 1,4  (1,1)  
CO2 1,2  
TiO2 0,7  
P2O5 0,2  
Table 1. comparison the chemical composition of the Earth crust and s mantle

High temperatures of the melted interiority of Earth, when in contact with crust, water, air, etc., create an entire diapason of complex elements and compounds. Additional favorable conditions to create complex elements and compounds are the rotation around an axis (the differences in temperature between day and night), the changes of seasons and active geological processes.

High temperatures of the melted interiority of Earth disintegrate a part of complex elements and compounds into those that are simpler or less present. When temperature increases, the chemical composition of an object grows ever simpler and the last to exist are hydrogen and helium, while the rest make up to 2%. 

Table 2. Sun composition of the photosphere
Hydrogen 73,46 %
Helium 24,85 %
Oxygen 0,77 %
Carbon 0,29 %
Željezo 0,16 %
Neon 0,12 %
Nitrogen 0,09 %
Silicon 0,07 %
Magnesium 0,05 %
Sulfur 0,04 %
Table 2. Sun composition of the photosphere (by mass) [1]

Although the table 1 does not represent it, it is known that inside Earth, as well as on its crust, there are significant quantities of hydrogen-based compounds (H2O, hydrocarbons CxHx..), there is no hydrogen on Mars, neither on its surface nor in the atmosphere, there is only „NASA again reported.. that Curiosity had detected a tenfold increase ('spike') in methane in the atmosphere around it in late 2013. and early 2014. Four measurements taken over two months in this period averaged 7 ppb, suggesting that methane is released at intervals“.

Table 3. The atmosphere of Mars
95,97% carbon dioxide
1,93% argon
1,89% nitrogen
0,146% oxygen
0,0557% carbon monoxide
0,0210% water vapor
0,0100% nitrogen oxide
0,00025% neon
0,00008% hydrogen deuterium oxide
0,00003% krypton
0,00001% xenon
Table 3. The composition by volume of the atmosphere of Mars [2]

(The geological composition of the Mars surface: Mars is a terrestrial planet, consisting of the minerals of silicon and oxygen, metals and other elements that usually form rocks. The plagioclase feldspar NaAlSi3O8 to CaAl2Si2O8; pyroxenes are silicon-aluminium oxides with Ca, Na, Fe, Mg, Zn, Mn, Li replaced with Si and Al; hematite Fe2O3, olivine (Mg+2, Fe+2)2SiO4; Fe3O4 ..)
The internal planets (just as Earth, hydrogen 0,00006%) have only minor quantities of hydrogen in their atmospheres, due to the process of constant migration of hydrogen towards a more massive object (Sun).
Despite that fact, hydrogen (and helium) are constantly incoming into the atmosphere (it is estimated that the loss of hydrogen from Earth is 3 kg/s and helium, 50 g/s). [3]
There are two options: either hydrogen was present in vast quantities on Earth long ago, or there exist the constant processes of hydrogen creation. The first option grows ever more incorrect, because of the fact that larger objects take hydrogen and helium from smaller objects, including Earth. That is obvious from the chemical composition of larger objects (such as Sun and gas giants) and the rest of smaller objects (with no exception).  

Table 4. The atmosphere of Saturn and Titan moon
Saturn
96,3 ± 2,4% hydrogen (H2 )
3,25 ± 2,4% helium (He)
0,45 ± 0.2% methane (CH4 )
0,0125 ± 0,0075% ammonia (NH3 )
0.0110 ± 0,0058% hydrogen deuteride (HD)
0,0007 ± 0,00015% ethane (C2H6 )
Ices : ammonia (NH3 )
water (H2O)
ammonium hydrosulfide (NH4SH)
In contrast to Saturn, Titan (Saturn's moon) has:
Stratosphere
98,4% nitrogen ( N2 )
1,4% methane ( CH4 )
0,2% hydrogen ( H2 )
Lower troposphere:
95,0% (97%) nitrogen ( N2 )
1,4% (2.7±0.1%) methane (CH4 )
(0.1–0.2%) hydrogen ( H2 )
Table 4. Saturn and Titan (Saturn's moon)  atmosphere [4],[5]

Second stage, the existence of the process of disintegration or decomposition of matter is proved inside the small and large particle colliders. If the particles are influenced by the strong percussive force, then atoms (protons, electrons, neutrons) are decomposed after each collision into neutrinos and dark matter (invisible to our instruments).
Only in the process of the Sun's (as the object that emits waves) percussive waves to the atmosphere a significant quantity of matter gets disintegrated  (some 10 000 muons per m2 hits the surface of Earth every minute (the surface of Earth is ‎510 072 000 km²)). [6] 
In the period of 2,20 x 10-6 of a  second, muons are disintegrated into electrons and neutrinos:
μ - → e - + νe + νμ
μ + → e + + ν e + ν μ [7]
A chemical composition of atmosphere (Earth: N2 78,08%; O2 20,95%; Ar 0,934%; CO2 0,0408%; ~1% of vapor) is the first to be exposed to the percussive waves (above 200 km) consisting of the atomic oxygen (O), helium (He) and hydrogen (H) [8]. It can be found out from the chemical composition of the outer atmosphere, which particles muons are created from. These are the particles that are exposed to the percussive waves first. The impact of the waves to the atmosphere (to the particles, the visible matter) also creates light, heat and ionizes particles. [9]
The disintegration of particles also takes place when two objects (asteroids, planets,...) collide.  
There is a significant disintegration of particles when objects fall into fast cyclones and also at fast rotating stars and when stars fall into fast rotating cyclones of the galactic centers. These cyclones are situated on the northern and southern poles of the gas giants, stars and galactic centers.
There is an infinite quantity of particles' collisions in the explosion of a star, percussive values of which are of the higher or even value as those in LHC. These collisions lead to the disintegration of large quantities of the star's mass (the most of its total mass).  
To date it has been discovered (total number until today) just over 400 novae in the Milky Way. [10]
The information about the total quantity of the disintegrated visible matter can be found in the previous article  (or (real data) ~400 x (factor 3) = 1200 x ~100 billion galaxies in the Universe x min. 8 M Sun > 8 493 galaxies of the Milky Way size), an approximately real value of the disintegrated visible matter in the Universe caused by the explosions of stars.

3. A Creation of Visible Matter
That contemporary understanding of the Universe is seriously out of balance can be deducted from the facts of the Universe constantly expanding, gaining mass, from the omnipresent disintegration of the visible matter and the constantly ascending process of matter and system gathering. On one hand, enormous quantities of the visible matter get disintegrated every second, but on the other side, there is a constant growth of the visible matter, through objects and systems.

Table 5.  The small and large mergers, collisions, gravitationally connected of object
  Object Red shift the small and large mergers, collisions, gravitationally connected Distance M ly
1 Messier 66 0,002 425 M65 and NGC 3628 31
2 NGC 7479 0,00794 SN 1990U and SN2009jf 105
3 Arp 299 0,010 IC 694 and NGC 3690 130
4 Arp 87 0,023726 NGC 3808A i NGC 3808B 330
5 Arp 272 0,034239 NGC 6050 and IC 1179 494,13 ± 55,89
6 MRC 1138-262 2.156 It is formed from dozens of smaller galaxies that were seen in the process of merging  10600
7 CL 1358 + 62   3,035 the most distant galaxy merger discovered, as of 2008 11400
8 RD1 5,34 0140 + 326 RD1 12000
Table 5.  Object, the small and large mergers, collisions, gravitationally connected

A disbalance is again noticeable in the following: "A chemical composition of a nebula is quite balanced; a fact which, by the way, follows the general composition of the Universe, which approximately consists of 90 %  of hydrogen atoms and almost all of the rest is helium (~10%) with oxygen, carbon, neon, nitrogen and other elements, which, put together, make two atoms per one thousand of them". [11]
A chemical composition of stars: (Sun Photospheric composition (by mass): Hydrogen 73.46%, Helium 24.85%, Oxygen 0.77%, Carbon 0.29%, Iron 0.16%, Neon 0.12% … all heavier elements total ~1,5-2% (There are only trace amounts of other elements, including oxygen, carbon, nitrogen, silicon, magnesium, neon, iron, and sulfur. These trace elements make up less than 0.1 percent of the mass of the Sun.)); [12] there is again a significant discrepancy between their chemical compositions and the compositions of the remainders after the explosions of stars and also those of nebulae and the Universe.
Until now it has been discovered a bit more than 400 remainders of super novae in our galaxy (a total number of stars in our galaxy is 200-400 billion), which does not by far match the total mass of 3-5% of interstellar matter in the Milky Way. A chemical composition of nebulae and stars tell us that the explosions of stars reduce the diversity of elements, existing on a star prior to the explosion.
It is very important to say here that the diversity of a chemical composition of stars is significantly lower in the terms of quantity, ratio and complex atoms, than the ones of the objects that are in the orbit of a star.  [8] 
The claims that complex elements are created in the explosions of stars and that they arrived to our planet, without having analyzed the chemical composition of all the objects in our system, are unrealistic. Uneven and different chemical compositions of the Sun and its orbiting objects deny such a hypothesis. Relating the existence of complex atoms to the remainders of the stars' explosions is incorrect, because the chemical composition of the remainders, left after a star has exploded, is in a total discrepancy with the composition of objects in our system and because, if that were the case, the chemical composition of all the objects would have been the same, which is disproved by the research and the evidence.
Quote: The object 67P/Churymov-Garasimenko, classified as a comet, has a lower density of all so-called gaseous planets. Although it is relatively close to Sun, its aggregate state is solid, so Philae could easily land on its surface. This fact clearly states that gaseous planets are solid (and solid/melted) objects with impressive atmospheres.
There are solid objects with even lower density: Pan 0,42 g/cm3, Atlas 0,46 g/cm3, Pandora 0,48 g/cm3 – all of them the satellites of Saturn. Etc.
The objects that are closer to the central object possess a higher density (due to the higher tidal force effects), as well as the objects with bigger masses and higher temperatures of space (Ariel/Umbriel; Titania/Oberon; Proteus/Triton; Rhea/Iapetus; Galileo's satellites; Phobos/Deimos; internal/external planets; etc). Of course, it does not mean that all objects belong to this group. The very division of asteroids into S, M and V type suggests a dramatical deviation. One part of objects becomes more dense in the beginning of their approach to the Sun (because volatile matter disappears and higher temperatures help the creation of the more complex elements). The other part of objects was created during the disintegration of objects (the internal – the higher density, and the external – the lower density), due to the collisions. In both cases a continuation of growth must be taken into consideration, as the lesser objects keep arriving to their surfaces. A certain portion of satellites also does not abide the strict law (density, mass, space temperature and distance to the central object), which implies the different past of these objects before they got captured by the central object. A part of it definitely belongs to the different composition of objects that constantly bombard satellites and other objects. It is unlikely that more dense asteroids from the asteroid belt would hit the outer objects, unlike the interior ones, because the gravitational force of Sun is dominant.
The conclusion would be that it is a very complex and dynamic pattern related to the processes of objects' creation – it is constantly moving and growing. The complexity of objects is related to the space temperature, the mass of an object and the total sum of tidal forces. Furthermore, the complexity is influenced by the position of an object related to the planet, Sun, as well as the asteroid belt. The important role also belongs to time when object got captured, for how long the object had been near Sun (perihelion) and at what distance. end quote. [13]
The creation of complex elements is seen in the process of removing the volatile elements of the comets, which is violent and voluminous at the beginning. When a comet has made enough orbits around a star, the quantity of volatile elements in it is reduced and it turns into an asteroid. It should be pointed out that a chemical composition of a comet gets more complex with every turn around the Sun, which is at the end represented in the chemical composition of the asteroid. [14]
The impossibility to relate the chemical compositions of planets and stars with the compositions of nebulae and interstellar material indicates that there is a process of creating new visible matter. That is particularly seen from the chemical composition of a material, which is outside the objects in the space. The first complex particle in the creation is hydrogen (in the atomic state), the fact demonstrated by the presence of this particle in nebulae, between objects and inside the Universe (90%). During time, the creation of the other particles  follows the ratio:  helium ~10% and all the other elements are only in traces, up to 2% maximum (Sun ~1,7%).
A greater diversity of all elements starts to appear when, due to the forces of attraction, the objects orbiting around a star start appearing in the orbits around the stars (high temperatures decompose complex atoms).
The greatest diversity is found on the objects (i.e., in their crust) that have a melted core, have an independent rotation and are mostly closer to a star. The creation of complex atoms takes place in the crust of such an objects, due to the pressure of the melted core on the crust, which itself is like a laboratory for the creation of complex atoms and compounds. A part of creation also takes place in the contact of the melted matter with water, atmosphere, ... This is seen on Mars, which has no melted core nor there are dynamic geological processes, necessary to create large quantities of complex atoms and compounds. Small quantities of hydrogen quickly migrate from Mars towards the Sun or get decomposed because of the radiation waves and they leave the planet with deserts and without water or compounds based on hydrogen.

4.  Processes Related to the Constant Ascending Process of Matter Gathering
The process of matter gathering is seen on Earth and in the outer space. Matter gathers into nebulae, small and large objects, small and large systems. [15]  It can be deducted from the percussive craters on Earth and the other objects in our system.
Impact craters 
Figure 1. Percussive craters on some objects (NASA)

Percussive craters have covered completely such objects that lack atmosphere, independent rotation, that have a relatively solid surface and only minimal internal geological processes to remove the craters. A constant growth is presented by old craters, inside which new ones have appeared. Inside these new ones there are even newer ones... The frequency of such objects arriving to Earth (measured in their quantity, mass and the time interval in which they are appearing) makes it possible to conclude that the period of creating such reliefs on these objects is quite long and that it is a constant process. The duration of process is seen from the daily arrival of the space material onto Earth (quantity estimates ranging from 50 to 300 tons per day [3]).
Udarni krateri
Figure 2. Craters (NASA)

The duration of process is seen from the daily arrival of the space material onto Earth (quantity estimates ranging from 50 to 300 tons per day [8]).
With the increase of an object's mass and also with the participation of tidal forces from the central object and the other objects, too, as well as the speed of rotation around its axis, such an object starts emitting the surplus of its own radiation, which is the indicator of a melted (hot) core being created  (Jupiter, Neptune).

Table 6. Brown dwarf and planets, mass/temperature

Mass up to 15 MJ/(vs) Mass above 15 M
  Brown dwarf (& planets) Mass of Jupiter Temperature °K Planets orbit AU
1 ROXs 42Bb 9 1.950 ± 100 157
2 54 Piscium B 50 810±50  
3 DH Tauri b 12 2.750 330
4 ULAS J133553.45+113005.2 15 -31 500 -550  
5 OTS 44 11,5 1.700 - 2.300  
6 Epsilon Indi Ba and Bb 40 – 60 (28±7) 1.300-1400 (880-940) 1.500 (between 2,1)
7 2MASS J2126-8140 13,3 (± 1,7) 1.800 6.900
8 Gliese 570 ~50 750 - 800 1.500

Mass vs Mass
9 2M 044144 9.8±1.8 1.800 15 ± 0.6
10 DT Virginis 8.5 ± 2.5 695±60 1.168
11 Teide 1 57± 15 2.600±150  
12 Epsilon Indi Ba and Bb 40 – 60 (28±7) 1.300-1400 (880-940) 1.500 (between 2,1)
13 B Tauri FU 15 2.375 700
14 DENIS J081730.0-615520 15 950  
Table 12. Brown dwarf and planets (at a great distance), relationship: mass up to 15 MJ/(vs) mass above 15 M and Mass vs Mass and temperature. [10]

The core melting with the significant influence of tidal forces is seen on Venus, which is smaller than Earth and lacks its own rotation, but it has a significantly higher temperature and more active volcanic processes than Earth. A lack of mass is impossible to compensate with a rotation and tidal forces, which can be monitored on Mars, Mercury, Uranus, ... – these objects emit no significant radiation (Uran 1,06), at least they are less important than those incoming from the central object. The existence of melted core (i.e., matter) is the beginning of the process of creating hot objects from brown dwarfs to the largest stars and stars with a very fast rotation („O“ type ~0,00003% from the total number of stars in Milky Way).
A rotation of an object around its axis creates orbits for smaller objects and matter around a central object, creates also binary systems, globular clusters of stars, galaxies, clusters of galaxies, super clusters of galaxies, the Universe, Multiverse and, at the most, two systems more. When the objects that emit radiation (which creates light and heat in the collision with the visible matter) get diluted, the outer space and the visible matter that emits none of its own radiation have the temperature of 0°K and all of the processes either stop or become extremely slow.
One should always keep in mind that this is only one in the endless sequence of such or similar systems that exist in the Absolute zero.
Tidally locked objects (i.e., those that lack their own independent rotation) or those with an extremely slow rotation cannot create orbits, just as the objects with a rotation cannot create orbits around their poles (north – south). 

5. The Age of Objects and the Universe
A constant growth or a constant matter gathering, in contemporary terms of understanding the age of Universe, is a very slow process without any form of sensationalism and ascribing supernatural abilities to the laws of physics (nature). As a starting point in determining the age of the Universe I will use the agreed age estimate for the asteroids and the materials from the Moon, which is about 4.5 billion of years. The quantity of matter, which is daily arriving to Earth, is 50 to 300 tons per day.
It needs to be mentioned that in certain phases growth has a different pace, which is also different in the whole volume of the Universe. The same goes for any object in a star system. For example, an object existing in an asteroid belt has a different growth pace than the one existing in a gaseous disk outside that belt, no matter be it internal or external objects. 
When matter gets gathered into clouds (nebulae), the forces of attraction become stronger. The larger the object and the faster the rotation, the influence of the forces of attraction is more significant.
It would be much easier to determine the age of Earth if we were able to measure the age of melted matter. The rock, originated from lava, is 0 years old, equally today and 4 Gy ago (zircon from the Jack Hills Western Australia „Dashed line indicates 4.4 Ga(y) apparent 207Pb/206Pb age“ [17]).
If we were to adapt the matter gathering to the growing mass (an asteroid with 4,5 Gy of age) and the daily arrival of matter to Earth, which is 50 to 300 tons per day, we would have the approximate result of 6 x 1024 of years (1024: in short scale :  a septillion ; in long scale :  a quadrillion of years). It should be mentioned here that larger objects „steal“ matter (H2 and He) from smaller objects, which changes the approach in determining the age for each object.
The diameter of the Universe is calculated to be about 13,7 G ly. (If „the most distant objects in the universe are the galaxies  GN-z11 13,39 G ly (billion light years), EGSY8p7 13,23 G ly, GRB 090423 13,18 G ly, etc.).

Table 7.(22.) the direction of the farthest galaxies within the Universe

  Galaxy Right ascension Declination Red shift Distance G ly
1 HCM-6A 02h 39m 54.7s −01° 33′ 32″ 6,56 12,8
2 SXDF-NB1006-2 02h 18m 56.5s −05° 19′ 58.9″ 7,215 13,07
3 TN J0924-2201 09 h  24 m  19,92 s -22 ° 01 '41,5 " 5,19 12,523
4 UDFy-38135539 03h 32m 38.13s −27° 45′ 53.9″ 8,6 13,1
5 A2744 YD4 00h 14m 24.927s −30° 22′ 56.15″ 8,38 13,2
6 BDF-3299 22h 28m 12.26s −35° 09′ 59.4″ 7,109 13,05
7 SSA22−HCM1 22h 17m 39.69s +00° 13′ 48.6″ 5,47 12,7
8 EQ J100054+023435 10h 00m 54.52s +2° 34′ 35.17″ 4,547 (280.919 km/s) 12,2
9 ULAS J1120+0641 11h 20m 01.48s +06° 41′ 24.3″ 7,085 13,05
10 ULAS J1342 + 0928 13h 42m 08.10s +13h 42m 08.10s 7,54 13,1
11 GRB 090423 09h 55m 33.08s +18° 08′ 58.9″ 8,2 13
12 IOK-1 13h 23m 59.8s +27° 24′ 56″ 6,96 12,88
13 A1703 zD6 13 h 15 m 01.0 s +51° 50′ 04′ 7,054 13,04
14 Q0906 + 6930 09h 06m 30.75s +69° 30′ 30.8″ 5,47 12,3
15 MACS0647-JD 06h 47m 55.73s +70° 14′ 35.8″ 10,7 13,3
Table 7. the direction of the farthest galaxies within the Universe distance 12,2 -13,3 G ly [10]

The Universe rotates at the speed of up to 30.000 km/s [10] (which is far below contemporary data that do not consider that distance contributes to the increase in red  spectrum). That speed is sufficient to create a disk-shaped form of the Universe.

Table 8. Red shift /distance
  Galaxy, Cluster galaxy, Supercluster Red shift (z) Distance M ly
1 Leo_Cluster 0,022 368,6
2 ARP 87 0,023726 330
3 Abell 2152 0,041 551
4 Hydra_Cluster 0,0548 190,1
5 Abell 671 0,0502 600
6. Abell 1060 0,0548 190,1

7 Abell_1991 0,0587 812
8 Corona Borealis Supercluster 0,07 946
9 Laniakea Supercluster 0,0708 250
10 Abell 2029 0,0767 1063

11 Abell 383 0,1871 2485
12 Abell 520 0,2 2645
13 Abell_222(3) 0,211 2400

14 Saraswati Supercluster 0,28 4000
15 Bullet Cluster 0,296 3700
16 Abell 2744 0,308 3982
17 CID-42 0,359 3900

18 Abell_370 0,375 4775
19 3C_295 0,464 4600
20 Musket Ball Cluster 0,53 700
21 Abell 754 0,542 760

22 MACS J0025.4-1222 0,586 6070
23 Phoenix Cluster 0,597 5700
24 RX J1131-1231 0,658 6050
25 ACT-CL J0102-4915 0,87 4000

26 Lynx Supercluster 1,26, 1,27 12000
27 Twin Quasar 1,413 8700
28 XMMXCS_2215-1738 1,45 10000
29 Einstein Cross 1,695 8000
30 TON 618 2,219 10,400
31 EQ J100054+023435 4,547 12200

32 z8 GND 5296 7.5078±0.0004 13100
32 A2744 YD4 8,38 13200
33 UDFy-38135539 8,6 13100
34 GRB 090429B 9,4 13140
35 Abell 1835 IR1916 10,0 13200

Etc.
Table 8. As the red spectrum increases, the distance between objects decreases, increases (faster or slower than  "expected") or remains similar. 

Quote: If two or more systems merge or are in some other form of interaction, the detected redshift in all of these systems should not be interpreted exclusively as a result of distancing the systems. A part of these systems is getting closer to an observer and a blueshift should be detected there, but it is not. With the increase of distance, the intensity of waves is decreased – the consequence of which is the increase in red spectrum, independently of the object being distanced away or getting closer to an observer.
Zadar
Figure 26. A red color before sunrise and after sunset; to the east (up) and to the west (down) at sunset (Zadar, Croatia)

A red color is directly related to the decrease of wave intensity from the emitting object. On the images, the Sun is behind the horizon. After a certain distance the weakening of radiation intensity overcomes the speed of the system getting closer to the observer and after that distance it gets impossible to detect the blueshift. In the processes of getting closer, merger and collisions of galaxies and clusters of galaxies there is only the blueshift among these systems, although the redshift is detected, because of the low wave intensity. Nowadays, the blueshift is not detected above 70 M ly. An exact example is the appearance of a red moon. Moon gets red when it is in the shadow of Earth. The waves from Sun do not reach Moon then. 
Red Moon
Figure 27. Red Moon, a display of the process.  end quote.

To achieve a disk-shaped form of a system, it takes, besides the speed of rotation, a large number of turns around some axis. The approximate diameter of the Universe is about 27 Gly (r  is ~13,7 Gy). Besides the process of constant growth, the processes of disintegration and the creation of matter  should also be included in the calculations about the Universe. With an approximate speed of rotation reaching 10% of the speed of light, the Universe makes a single turn in ~ 860 Gy. This number needs to be multiplied with a very large number of turns around its axis. .. [18]

6. Conclusion
Particles are disintegrated by force due to the percussive waves from stars to the atmospheres of the objects in their orbits, due to objects' collisions, due to cyclones in the objects' polar regions, due to explosions of stars and due to our particle colliders.
The creation of the visible matter is seen in the increase of mass of the Universe and its chemical composition (H ~90%; He ~10%, the rest of the elements are in traces, up to 2%).
A constant, ascending growth (the consolidation of objects and systems) is registered as the arrival of matter to the formed objects, which is proved by the millions of percussive craters on the objects, by the processes of collisions, merger and interaction of objects, galaxies and the clusters of galaxies.
The distance between the objects in the outer space creates a red shift; after some distance (= 70 Gly), no matter whether galaxies are approaching to the observer or not, which is concluded from the collisions, mergers and interactions of galaxies and the rotations of galaxy clusters and their collisions, mergers and the creation of super clusters.
The age of Earth and other objects is determined by the time needed to gather matter, influenced also by the constant forces of attraction. Every object has a different growth pace, which depends on its position in a system or the position of the system in the Universe.
The age of the Universe is determined by the constant growth, creation and disintegration of matter and the time needed to gather a whole system with a disk-shaped form, due to a relatively fast rotation.

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7. Why do Hydrogen and Helium Migrate from Some Planets and Smaller Objects?
Author Weitter Duckss
Independent Researcher, Zadar, Croatia
mail: wduckss@gmail.com
Project: https://www.svemir-ipaksevrti.com/

https://doi.org/10.32370/IAJ.2055 The Intellectual Archive Journal March/April 2019.

Abstract
This article analyzes the processes through measuring the material incoming from the outer space onto Earth, through migrating of hydrogen and helium from our atmosphere and from other objects and through inability to detect the radioactive effects on stars and objects with melted interiorities. Habitable periods on such objects are determined through the processes. 

1. Introduction
The goal of the article is to give arguments, based on the existing data bases, that a constant growth of space objects, as well as their rotation and tidal forces, cause their warming up and radiation emissions, therefore making radioactive processes of fission and fusion – which are not detected on stars and other objects anyway – unnecessary.  The article gives evidence of hydrogen and helium migrating towards the objects that have more mass and of temperature levels of stars being directly related to their chemical compositions and the objects in their orbits. The argumentation to support a habitable period will be derived from the natural processes of constant growth and matter gathering.

2. Why there is no radioactive emission, derived from the processes of fission and fusion, inside stars?
Data bases indicate that astronomic research (or, evidence) support the existence of a constant (monotonous), omnipresent, slow gathering of matter. The processes are "more accelerated" in such part of the Universe where there is more matter gathered (in the form of nebulae, molecular clouds, etc.) during a long period of time, but gathering takes place constantly in the whole volume of the Universe as well. The undisputed evidence of omnipresent gathering are millions of craters on the planets and smaller objects in our system. That process is further supported by the space material incoming daily from the outer space to our planet, with its quantity estimates ranging from 50 [1] to 300 [2] tons per day. Collision and merger of smaller and bigger objects, stars, galaxies [3] and the clusters of galaxies [4] is omnipresent in the whole volume of the Universe. 
The processes related with an object's mass and rotation are realized inside the constant process of gathering. [5]  Every object and system rotate around their respective axes, except the tidally locked objects. When an object has gathered a certain quantity of mass and if there is an adequate speed of rotation, it starts emitting radiation. That happens with the objects, which masses are smaller than the mass of Neptune (Neptune emits about 2,61 times more energy than it receives from the Sun), depending on the speed of rotation around their respective axes  (HD 192310 c, HD 10180 g, OGLE-2005-BLG-169Lb, OGLE-2017-BLG-1434L bBD-08 2823 b). When an object is influenced by the strong tidal forces, along with its mass and the rotation around the axis, the object melts its interiority (Y brown dwarfs, Earth, Venus) at the masses that are smaller than those of Earth or Venus (Kepler-70b 0,44 M Earth, temperature 7.662°K, semi major axis 0,006 AU). When an object's rotation speed increases, it decreases the quantity of mass needed for the object to start emitting more radiation than it receives from its main star, i.e., to start creating its own internal processes that result with radiation. If rotation is slower, it takes more mass. It should never be neglected that the outer space has its own temperature, which is higher near a star, and it gets lower (except the thermal deviation; Sun 1 - 5,2 AU [6]).
Radiation and light are not the same thing. There is no light and it is very cold just outside the atmosphere of Sun (outside Earth ... or off the surface of an object that has no atmosphere) (the lowest temperature on Mercury is 80°K). There is no light where radiation is minimal (extremely weak). Light appears on the visible matter (nebulae, planets, ... ) when it gets affected by radiation. The stronger the intensity of radiation waves, the more intensive the visible matter radiates.
Sun does not emit gamma radiation, except from sunspots [7], it emits X-radiation ,  ultraviolet, visible and infrared radiation  and radio waves.
The strongest flashes (and gamma radiation within them) can barely be detected in the total of the Sun's radiation ("the solar constant"). The total of radiation emitted from the sunspots is only one tenth of the energy emitted by Sun per second. [8] The radioactive processes of fission and fusion are supposed to be followed with enormous radioactive radiation and they should be taking place within Sun, in the core with a diameter, which is 20-25% of the Sun's radius (radius of Sun is  696.342 km). [9] Although gamma radiation, emitted from the sunspots, are relatively minor and hidden in the total of the Sun's radiation, they get detected by the instruments, nevertheless. However, these instruments seem to fail to detect radioactive radiation, supposedly emitted by the object, which diameter is about 300.000 km long. During the period of 4,6 billion of years (the officially recognized age of Sun) [9], the radioactive pollution would pollute a star, as there are no obstacles to prevent the dislocation of matter from the Sun's core to its surface to happen. In all examples of the process of warming up, a warmer fluid or plasma migrates from the warmer parts to the colder ones, in the process

of equalizing temperatures. Independent of the statements about the core density, no element or compound is able to maintain its solid state at the temperatures that are many times higher than their boiling points (the forces of pressure in the Sun at the depth of 200.000 km are 0,2 g/m3 [10]). All hot elements and compounds, gaseous and liquid alike, migrate towards the surface, while the matter, which is cooled down, goes lower into the interiority of a star (the circular process of equalizing temperatures).
It is also necessary to accept the evidence, provided by astronomers, that stars generally are not radioactive, i.e., radioactive pollution is not detected on them, regardless of their type.
The existence of gamma radiation discharges, which are extremely rare events, can easily be explained with the processes that do not require radioactive pollution of stars. These discharges are related to the poles of fast-rotating stars and galaxies (quasars), and, to a much lesser extent, to the flashes of the stars' spots.  The similarity of these two processes is obvious. A fast drift (change) of matter from these spots is similar to the influx of matter into cyclones of fast-rotating stars, where a separation of elements takes place. The influx of a star into a cyclone of a quasar or another fast-rotating galaxy creates flashes of gamma (and all other types of) radiation. The discharge amounts are related to the speed of cyclone and the quantity of newly arrived matter to the eye of the cyclone. 
Our Earth (also: Venus, Jupiter, Neptune) is a good example to prove that melted matter is not radioactive and the processes of warmer melted matter and gas being dislocated are omnipresent.
Quote: The forces of pressure, rotation and the forces of attraction create high temperatures, create and determine the systems' appearance, determine the size of radius, surface gravity, the force of magnetic field, chemical composition and the color of objects and a star. Larger objects disintegrate complex compounds and atoms into hydrogen and some helium, due to temperatures above the boiling point of elements and compounds. The rest (approximately 1-1,5%),
Sun photospheric composition (by mass): 0.77% oxygen; 0.29% carbon; Iron 0.16%; Neon 0.12%; Nitrogen 0.09%; 0.07% silicon; 0.05% magnesium; Sulfur 0.04%) are also less complex atoms. A sum total of an object's mass, the forces of attraction and the speeds of rotation determine the conditions when a small orbiting object turns into a star. The mass of an object and the speed of its rotation determine the limit when an independent object starts emitting radiation (i.e., starts radiating). [5] end quote

3. The migration of hydrogen and helium
When comparing the data from data bases about the chemical composition  of the atmospheres (and surfaces) of different objects, it is impossible to ignore the specificity (regularity) that is related to the elements, existing in the atmosphere of an object.
The Sun and gaseous planets (gas giants) – as far as their higher layers, which are the ones that can be successfully measured, are concerned – are mostly made of hydrogen and helium (atmosphere by volume: Jupiter, 89% ± 2.0% hydrogen (H2 (molecular hydrogen), 10% ± 2.0% helium (He); Saturn, 96.3 ± 2.4% hydrogen (H2), 3.25 ± 2.4% helium (He); Uranus, 83 ± 3% hydrogen (H2), 15 ± 3% helium (He); Neptune, 80% ± 3.2% of hydrogen (H2), 19% ± 3.2% helium (He), Sun, He 24,85 % , H 73,46% (atomic hydrogen). The other objects have almost no hydrogen in their atmospheres and helium is registered only in traces (Titan H2 0,2%, Earth H2 0,53 ppm,  Venus has no H2 and in Mercury's atmosphere only in traces, Mars has no hydrogen, neither molecular nor in compounds nor on the surface, Ceres has no atmosphere, Pluto has no H2. H2 is also lacking on the other smaller objects (Moon, the moons of Jupiter, etc.).
It is known that on Earth there are processes that create large quantities of hydrogen through hydrogen-based compounds: H2O, CH4, other hydrocarbons (oil, gas), NH3 etc.). These processes also create large quantities of H2 but it is almost lacking from the atmosphere (0,53 ppm). The existence of the large quantities of H2 results in a proportional appearance of helium (9/1 H/He, which is approximately their average ratio for the whole Universe), but there is no helium in the atmosphere of Earth. There are  ~1% of hydrogen and ~1,84% of helium appearing in the process of natural gas extraction  [11].  Despite of large production of hydrogen and helium, and a constant release of these gases into the atmosphere as well, their share in the atmosphere remains unchanged. The loss of hydrogen from the atmosphere of Earth is estimated to be 3 kg/s and the one of helium 50 g/s. [12]
It can be concluded from the existence of melted core of Earth, ever higher average temperatures and shortening the duration and extent of the ice ages [13] that the total factors, which influence the temperature, are constantly growing. There are no data to support the rotation acceleration of Earth (scientists are more inclined towards its deceleration). The same goes for the rotation of Sun, although geologists and astronomers believe that the influence of Sun is constantly increasing (Sun increases its light by 10% every billion of years) [14]. The increase of the pressure forces grows with the increase of mass, which is registered to be a material incoming from the outer space. In the process of the constant growth, it can be determined that the increase of the mass of Earth is significantly larger than its total material losses. 
With regards to the distance of an orbiting object from its main object, the level of space temperature around such an object (~ minimal temperatures) and the rotation of the object, it can be concluded that hydrogen and helium are found in the atmospheres of the objects with a significant quantity of mass (the planets with impressive atmospheres and Sun). The distance from a main object does not stop the migration of hydrogen and helium to the direction of a main object or the closest object with a sufficient quantity of mass. It is concluded from the atmosphere compositions of internal planets and the satellites of gas giants. There are processes of hydrogen production on Titan (0,2% in its atmosphere) but it migrates towards Saturn. Smaller quantities of hydrogen-based compounds are registered in the atmosphere of Pluto (methane 0,25%, ethylene 0,0001%, acetylene 0,0003%, etc [15]) which confirms the existence of the process of creating hydrogen, but the mass of Pluto is insufficient to hold hydrogen and helium in its atmosphere, even though the distances from larger objects are very large and the space temperature is very low. Hydrogen and helium migrate towards the heavier objects, independent of the orbital distance, the level of temperature of such an object and the space around it and the rotation speed around its axis. In our system, the interstitial medium is almost pure vacuum.[16] It means that migrations do not go aimlessly into the space, but towards the heavier objects. It can be read from the chemical composition of the atmospheres of the largest planets that they successfully hold hydrogen and helium, independent of the influence of solar wind, the force of magnetic field and the level of temperature.

4. A habitable zone
To understand the process of life creation, one must understand the process of hydrogen migration, thermal deformations [6], the influence of space temperature on the atmosphere, structure and the rotation of an object [5].
Internal planets have no possibility to create water (in significant quantities) if they lack a melted core, very active geological processes and independent rotation around its axis, because hydrogen, created on the objects with the small quantity of mass, constantly migrates towards Sun. In our system, an independent rotation starts a bit outside the orbit of Venus. The appearance of a planet's independent rotation depends on the mass of Sun and that of the planet and the speed of rotation around the axis of the star. Mars is an equally  sterile planet in the orbit of Earth, due to the lack of mass. In the orbit of Mars, Earth would be a frozen object, due to the lack of mass and the lesser effect of the tidal forces (binary effect). Outside the region of thermal deformation (in our system, it is behind the asteroid belt), low temperatures do not support the appearance of oxygen, but support the appearance of hydrogen-based compounds, due to the difference in temperatures of space (< minimal temperatures of planets (the temperatures of space are approximate to the minimal temperatures of their distant satellites): Jupiter -108—161°C; Saturn -189°C; Uranus  -197,2 to -216°C; Neptune -201 to -218°C …) and the boiling point of hydrogen, -252,87°C (when talking about the oxygen compounds, there are only 0,0004% ± 0,0004% H2O on Jupiter; Saturn, Uranus and Neptune have water only in traces; Titan lacks oxygen-based compounds; in the thin atmosphere of Pluto there is only 0,05 -0,075% CO (estimated in 2015.[17]) from the binary effect with its moon, Charon. The melting point of oxygen is at -218,79°C and the boiling point at -182,962°C. The temperatures on Jupiter (and its satellites) and Saturn with its satellites are above the boiling point of oxygen, which means all of oxygen would be in the atmosphere without a process to remove it from there and crystallize it on the surface, or it would be a part of compounds (mostly water, since hydrogen is the most represented element there and helium is inert). Traces or extremely small quantities of oxygen and its compounds in the area outside the thermal deformation are the indicator there are some minimal processes of oxygen appearance in this zone after all. One of them is SO2 (its melting point is at -72 and its boiling point at -10°C) on the moon of Io from the tidal forces of Jupiter and Europa.
For life to appear in the thermal deformation zone, it takes a proper ratio of mass, the influence of tidal forces and the rotation of stars and planets.
An object needs to have more mass than Earth in the orbit of Mars for the conditions of melting down the interiority of the object to appear and for the geological processes to become very active. Although hydrogen would continue migrating towards Sun, a part of it would create compounds with oxygen, carbon, nitrogen, etc. That is, after all, a basic precondition to create life.
Habitable conditions are also possible for an independent object, placed in a space with a low quantity of matter; as a consequence, such an object would have a very slow rotation (these objects are classified as brown dwarfs). Under such conditions, the melting of the object's interiority is a result of the pressure forces (partially of the rotation, too) and a possible binary effect (Pluto – Charon). There are no processes of volatile elements migrating towards another object or aimlessly into space; all elements are held in the atmosphere and on the surface of the object. An object is habitable in the period before it becomes a star (while it still has a crust). (annex 1.) There are data, which suggest that objects in very distant orbits may realize such levels of temperature that are comparable to those of stars and it can further be concluded that these objects are also habitable in the period when they still have a crust.

5. Conclusion
The migration of hydrogen and helium is directed towards the objects containing more mass. The increase of the Earth's mass through the material incoming from the outer space is bigger than the total of all Earth's material losses. Every independent object and an object in the orbit, with an independent rotation around its axis, the object which is inside the region of thermal deformation, in some period of time is habitable. It is the period when such an object has a crust and the melted interiority, the consequences of which are intensive geological processes. An object's temperature is a result of the pressure forces, the object's rotation and tidal forces (binary effect). These inferences are derived from the measurements of stars, Earth and other objects, where there is no radioactivity that is supposed to be a product of the processes of fission and fusion, just as the following table state.

Annex 1.
Planets vs stars (temperature and mass)

 Planet
Mass of Jupiter Temperature K Distance AU
1. 2M1207b 4 (+6;−1) 1600 ± 100 40
2 GQ Lupi b 1-36 (20) 2650 ± 100 100
3 ROXs 42Bb 9 1800-2,600  157
4 HD 106906 b 11 1800 ~650
5 CT Chamaeleontis b 10,5-17  2500 440
6 DH Tauri b 12 2750 330
7 HD 44627 13-14 1600-2400 275
8 2MASS J2126-8140 13,3±1,7 1800 6900 (> 4,500)
9 1RXS 1609 b 14 1800 330
10 UScoCTIO 108 b 14 2600 670
11 Oph 11 B 21 2478 243
12 HIP 78530 b 24 2800± 200 710± 60

Brown Dwarf
13 Teide 1 57± 15 2600± 150
14 2M J044144 19± 3/9,8± 1,8 2100/1800
15 OTS 44 11,5 1700-2300
16 DENIS-P J1058.7-1548 55 1700-2000

 Star Mass (Sun 1)
17 R Cygni  Cool giant 2.200
18 CW Leonis 0,7 – 0,9 2.200
19 IK Tauri 1 2.100
20 W Aquilae 1,04-3 1.800 (2250-3175)
21 T Cephei 1.5-1.8 2.400
22 S Pegasi  1,8 2.107
23 Chi Cygni 2,1 +1,5 -0,7 2.441-2.742
24 R Leporis 2,5 – 5 2.245-2.290
25 R Leonis Minoris  10,18 2.648
26 S Cassiopeiae loss at 3.5 x 10-6 
MSun per year
1.800

Table: Cold stars in relationship: mass/radius Sun=1). Planets at a great distance from the stars with high temperatures and different mass.

A few more examples cool Stars: RW Lmi 2.470°K;  V Hya 2.160°K;  II Lup 2.000°K;  V Cyg 1.875°K;  LL Pegasi 2.000°K;  LP And 2.040°K;  V384 Per 1.820°K;  W Ori 2.625°K;  S Aur 1.940°K;  QZ Mus 2.200°K; AFGL 4202 2.200°K:  V821 Her 2.200°K;  V1417 Aql 2.000°K;  S Cep 2.095°K;  RV Cyg 2.675°K  etc. 

Tables from my article (with minor modifications) [5] ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________

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Keywords: Migration of hydrogen; Habitable zone; Constant growth of matter; the effects of rotation;

 

8. Effects of Rotation Around the Axis on the Stars, Galaxy and Rotation of Universe

Author, Weitter Duckss,
DOI: 10.18483/ijSci.1908
Independent Researcher, Zadar, Croatia

Abstract
The article analyzes the blueshift of the objects, through realized measurements of galaxies, mergers and collisions of galaxies and clusters of galaxies and measurements of different galactic speeds, where the closer galaxies move faster than the significantly more distant ones. The clusters of galaxies are analyzed through their non-zero value rotations and gravitational connection of objects inside a cluster, supercluster or a group of galaxies.
Stalni rast tijela i sustava vidljiv je iz svakodnevnog pristizanja svemirskog materijala na Zemlju i druga tijela u The constant growth of objects and systems is visible through the constant influx of space material to Earth and other objects inside our system, through percussive craters, scattered around the system, collisions and mergers of objects, galaxies and clusters of galaxies. Atom and its formation, joining into pairs, growth and disintegration are analyzed through atoms of the same values of structure, different aggregate states and contiguous atoms of different aggregate states. The disintegration of complex atoms is followed with the temperature increase above the boiling point of atoms and compounds.
The effects of rotation around an axis are analyzed from the small objects through stars, galaxies, superclusters and to the rotation of Universe. The objects' speeds of rotation and their effects are analyzed through the formation and appearance of a system (the formation of orbits, the asteroid belt, gas disk, the appearance of galaxies), its influence on temperature, surface gravity, the force of a magnetic field, the size of a radius. The processes related to low temperatures and their relation with the objects' chemical structure and their atmospheric compositions, dependent on the decrease of temperatures, are also analyzed, opposite to the processes related to high temperatures. The satellites' rotation around the planets is also determined; lower temperatures reduce the distance between planets (and other smaller objects) and satellites, which rotate around their axis. The effects of polar cyclones to the speed of rotation, the formation of Novae, the appearance of stars and galaxies are also analyzed.

1. Introduction
The goal of this article is to relate blue shift and different galactic and larger systems' movement speeds with the rotation of Universe. [1] Today there are more than a hundred of registered galaxies that have a blue shift and are relatively close, the article, with the reference to larger systems, is going to point out that a blue shift is of the similar significance as a red shift. A similar quantity of systems approaches and distances themselves from an observer. [2]
The article will present evidence for the circular processes inside the Universe, from the particle formation, growth, disintegration of complex atoms, the formation of objects and systems to the explosions of stars, i.e., the disintegration of visible matter. [3] I am going to prove the influence of the star rotation speed around their axis on: color, temperature, radius, surface gravity, magnetic field, [4] chemical composition and the atmosphere of an object, [5] the formation of the belt of asteroids, gas disks and particles around the objects, [6] the legality of a satellite rotation around its axis and the ability to have its own satellites. [7] I will also prove the influence of temperature on the chemical structure of objects and their atmospheres. [8] The analysis of rotation will encompass small objects, brown objects, small and large stars, main stars and the objects in the orbit.
The tables in the article are the text (and the core of the discussion).

2. The Processes of Star Systems Related to Rotation
2.1. Rotation Forms Gas Disks, Asteroid Belts and Orbits of the Smaller Objects Around a Central Object
Besides forming orbits and the objects' speed in the orbits, rotation creates the asteroid belts and gas disks.
Around 900 stars with asteroid belts or disks around them have been discovered until this time; some of the most famous are Beta Pictoris 51 OphiuchiTau CetiFomalhautEpsilon EridaniZeta LeporisVega,  the Sun, …). The data from our system make the basis of the knowledge, but if the existing data for 900 stars and the majority of galaxies are included, these facts become clear:
1. The rings occur only around the objects, which have their own independent rotation around their axis;
2. The size of a ring is directly correlated with mass, the speed of rotation, the temperature and the quantity of matter around an object;
3. The existence of a ring is not related with the mass of an object and its speed of rotation.
 Bigger objects (such as stars and galactic centers) and faster rotation produce bigger rings and a very fast speed of rotation produces a disk (elliptic galaxies and so-called protostars 6).
The rings, asteroid belts and disks have their own orbits and an orbital speed, that is no different to the other objects' orbits. The faster rotation of an object and an orbital speed, measured closer to the object, is higher and it decreases with the distance from the main object. [6] It needs to be pointed out that asteroid belts can be and are formed also by those objects, which rotations are a bit slower (Sun, Epsilon Eridani, AU Microscopii, HD 107146, HD 92945, Tau Ceti, HD 207129, HD 207129 etc.). The asteroid belt is not a result of collision between two or more objects, but rather a typical product of rotation of a central object around its axis; it is formed on the same principles like the orbits of planets and other objects. "Gaseous" planets (objects with impressive atmospheres) in our system have rings and fast rotations, unlike Pluto, which has a slow rotation  (6,4 days). [8]

2.2. Natural Satellites and Rotation
There are satellites that are tidally-locked and the others that have an independent rotation.
There are five known satellites of Pluto, out of which only Charon is synchronous, while the others have their own rotations. Their distance from Pluto is from 17% of the Moon's orbitof 384.399 km (Hydra 64.738±3 km, rotation period 0.4295 ± 0.0008 d) to 11% (Styx 42.656±78 km, rotation period 3.24 ± 0.07 d  ) (Nix 48.694±3, rotation period 1.829 ± 0.009 day; Kerberos 57.783±19 km, 5.31 ± 0.10 day). Neptune's satellite Triton is (in its semi-major axis) 354.759 km away and has a synchronous rotational period; Oberon  (Uranus) 583 520 km,  synchronous; Titan (Saturn) 1.221.930 km, synchronous; Callisto (Jupiter) 1.882.709 km. The distance of the tidally-locked satellites does not allign with mass and the rotational speed of a planet. Uranus can lock the satellites at 583 520 km and Neptune at only 354.759 km.
When the mass of a planet is not taken into consideration, it is obvious that the maximal distance of the tidally-locked satellites decreases with the increase of distance from Sun, i.e., with the decrease of spacial temperature. When there is an independent rotation, a satellite controls the processes of capturing its own satellites and particles.[9]

2.3. The Processes That Lead to the Acceleration and Deceleration of an Object's Rotation Around Its Axis
The goal of this text is to point out the processes that lead to the acceleration and deceleration of a star's or a galactic rotation around the axis in the process of the constant growth and gathering of matter in the Universe.
Due to rotation, stars and gaseous planets, as well as the centers of galaxies, create cyclones and whirlpools on their poles. The difference between a cyclone and a whirlpool is in the speed of rotation.
A slower speed of an object's rotation creates whirlpools, which are relatively shallow and don't go deep into an object as cyclones do. Due to a very fast rotation, a lesser quantity of cyclones create one cyclone that has openings on the poles. Slower rotations of objects create lower speeds of rotation on their poles, compared to the speeds in the equatorial region. The opposite situation is when there is a very fast rotation. Only a very small quantity of stars, compared to their total quantity, have very fast rotations and they are mostly found in areas rich with matter (nebulae, etc.).
Acceleration and deceleration of the objects' rotation take place in two separate manners. The first one is caused by the constant influx of objects to the equatorial plane. A part of the objects that have retrograde orbits slow down a central object. A fair quantity of exoplanets have retrograde orbits. In the beginning of discovering the exoplanets, the astronomers have concluded that the ratio of normal and retrograde orbits is similar. It needs to be particularly mentioned that the change in the speed of rotation of a central object is more affected by the objects with prolate elliptical orbits and the objects that hit central objects, than the objects with steady circular orbits, which have already achieved orbital balance and the balance of a central object's rotation.
The acceleration of objects from whirlpools and cyclones is a constant, but very rarely existing process for gaseous planets, stars and the centers of galaxies. That can be concluded from a very low quantity of fast-rotating stars, O, B and A type 0,73003% [1], if F type is also included, then their quantity amounts up to 3,73003% of the total quantity of the main-sequence stars in the Milky Way (Harvard spectral classification). The process of rotation acceleration through cyclones is more important in the galactic centers, where one third of galaxies are fast-rotating (elliptical ones,...). The reasons for such a disproportion depend on that very large cyclones "devour" large objects with high temperatures (stars), while smaller cyclones mostly suck smaller and colder objects in, after they have been attracted by gravity.
Smaller objects heat up by passing through the atmosphere of a star and through a cyclone, but, when entering a cyclone, stars bring very high temperatures that are further affected by forces, which cause the temperatures to be even higher (acceleration, friction,...). It is similar with the cyclones on Earth. When cyclones (typhoons,...) suck warmer matter in (water,...), they grow stronger and accelerate and when the influx of warmer matter is reduced, they grow weaker. It only lasts much longer in the Universe, because the conditions are different (unlike the cyclones on Earth, outside the atmosphere of a star there is no visible matter to slow down the rotation).
It needs to be pointed out that stars with their masses are not sufficient to trigger the explosion of a galaxy center (explosions of galaxies have never been recorded). In order to explode, stars firstly have to achieve very fast rotations around their respective axes and the arrival of a smaller object of an appropriate mass and structure, which would go deep inside a star and trigger the event that results with different ways of a star's destruction. Independently of their mass, red, orange and yellow stars don't produce Novae, therefore we can be relaxed as our Sun will not turn into a Nova  (and neither will the other ~99,15% of slowly-rotating stars of M, K, G, F types), but Sun can accelerate and decelerate its rotation, which can negatively or positively affect the planets and other objects in its orbit. Very small quantity of events results with classical explosions of a total destruction. Many events have been recorded, in which a star rejects smaller or more significant part of its matter. In a part of an event (in a nebula), a star's core remains and it may become brighter (i.e., warmer), but also turn into a cold star of M type. These objects get detected after a star has exploded in the form of pulsars, "neutron" stars,... A reason for the change in the speed of rotation of the remaining part of an object is in the place of the event: whether a shock wave has started off in the direction of rotation or opposite to it (depending on the object's angle of entering into a cyclone or a whirlpool; including all other variations).

It should be mentioned here that a merger of stars, collisions of smaller stars with the larger ones and the collisions of other objects with stars, but outside cyclones, does not cause explosions, but these can significantly affect the speed of rotation of a central or a new object. It is seen from the already mentioned ratio of fast-rotating stars that they are constant and omnipresent at all stars and objects, but very intensive events are only one of the outcomes that has extreme consequences and it exists only in a small percentage (from a total of 200 – 400 billion of stars in the Milky Way, there have been only 3 star explosions in the last 1000 years). To date it has been discovered (total number) just over 400 Novae in the Milky Way. [10]   A daily influx of matter is detected on Earth (the estimates are around 100.000 tons per year). A constant matter influx is dependent on mass, the speed of rotation and the position of an object inside its system. The objects that are in the orbit within an asteroid belt and the gaseous belt are faster-growing and faster-rotating objects. The ratio may be different in a vast quantity of combinations and events, especially because the orbiting objects can extremely slowly migrate towards their main object or away from it. It depends on the changes in the orbital balance, due to more important matter influx (when there is a process of distancing) or less important matter influx (when there is a process of approaching) to an orbiting object. A merger of two planets or satellites will distance the orbit of a new object (as in a pendulum, the ratio of bob and rod weight and the speed of swinging).     

2.4. The Rotation Speed of the Objects with a Melted Core and a Magnetic Field

Table 1. The bodies, rotation speed/magnetic field and mass/radius

  Body Rotation speed magnetic field G, Mass Radius
1 Sun 25,38 day 1-2 G (0.0001-0.0002 T) 1 696.392 km
2 Jupiter 9.925 h 4,2 G equ. 10-14G poles 0,0009 69,911 km
3 PSR J1745-2900 3,76 s 1014  G 1 – 3 >20 km
4 SGR 1806-20 7,5 s 1015  G 1 – 3 >20 km
5 Neutron star many times a sec. 104-1011 G 1,1 – 3 ~20 km

Table 1. The bodies, relationship: rotation speed/magnetic field and mass/radius.

Mars current magnetic field is very weak, with strengths of at most about 1500 nanotesla. Earth magnetic field is  around 65.000 nanotesla, or more than 40 times stronger than Mars.
Solid objects that lack a core have no global magnetic field, which leads to the conclusion that pulsars have no solid structure. Their dynamo is very strong, the fact which is directly related to extremely fast rotations around their axis.
The objects with no or extremely slow rotation don't create internal magnetic fields, whether they lack a core or not. Venus has no internal magnetic field, although being considered "a twin sister of Earth".
Quote: It has been known for a long time that Ap/Bp stars are usually found to possess strong large-scaled organized magnetic fields. Current spectropolarimetric data give us new insights about main-sequence A-type stars. First, it is found that all Ap stars are magnetic [6]. The observed field is always higher than a limit of 100 G for the longitudinal field, which corresponds to a polar field of about 300 G..  Weak magnetic fields among O and B-type stars Among O and B-type stars, there is the extension of the Ap stars, i.e. stars with a typical polar strength of the order of kiloGauss (“strong” fields). In addition, evidence for fields with polar field of the order of hundred Gauss (“weak” fields) is increasingly being observed. So far, such weak fields seem to be observed in HD 37742 (ζ OriAa) [20], τ Sco [16], CMa [21], β CMa [21], and ζ Cas.. end quote  [11] [12] [13]

2.5. The Research of Relation Between Temperature and Mass of Stars
At this time, the opinion that a temperature of a star is determined by its mass is dominant. In tables 6 – 19 there is a real outlook of the influence of mass on the temperature of stars and the direct influences of rotation around an axis to the temperature level are also supported with evidence. The influences of the effects from the objects' binary relations, which can be observed inside our system (Sun-Venus-Earth, Pluto-Charon, Jupiter-Io-Europe..) are not analyzed here.

Table 2. Star,mass/temperature

  Star Mass, Sun=1 Temperature °K

1 TVLM 513-46546 0,09 2.500
2 Theta Sculptoris 1,25 6.395
3 Alpha Pegasi 4,72 9.765
4 Spica secondary 10,25 22.400
5 AB7 O 44 36.000
6 Melnick 42 189 47.300
7 R136a1 315 53.000 ± 3000

Table 2. Star,mass/temperature, the growth of the mass follows the temperature rise

These data are a strong evidence to support such claims, i.e., that  mass and temperature are strongly related. More mass means higher temperatures and more radioactive decay of matter by fission and fusion.

Table 3. Star,mass/temperature

1 NML Cygni 50 3.834
2 WOH G64 25 3.200
3 Antares 12,4 3.400
4 UY Scuti 7-10 3.365
5 Beta Andromedae 3-4 3.842
6 HD 220074 1,2 3.935
7 Lacaillea 9352  0,503 3.626
8 Wolf 359 0,09 2,800 ± 100
9 SCR 1845-6357A 0,07 2.600-2.700
10 2M1207 0,025 2550 ± 150

Table 3. Star,mass/temperature, cold stars, mass growth is not followed by temperature rise

A total absence of relation between mass and temperature of a star is presented in the second part of the table. "Cold" red stars of M class, with a very wide range of mass, are presented here.

Table 4. Star,mass/temperature

1 HD 149382 0,29-0,53 35.500±500
2 NSVS 14256825 0,528 42.000
3 HD 74389 0,69 39.500
4 Z Andromedae 0,75 90.000-100.000
5 RX J0439.8-6809 ~0,9 250.000
6 HD 49798 1,5 47.500
7 μ Columbae 16 33.000
8 S Monocerotis  29,1 38.500
9 AB7 O 44 36.000
10 Plaskett's star A 54 33,000 ± 2,000
11 HD 93403 A 68,5 39.300

Table 4. Star,mass/temperature, hot stars, mass growth is not followed by temperature rise

It is presented in this part of the table that, just as super-giant stars, the stars possessing a tiny mass can also have high temperatures (the examples given here deliberately state higher temperatures on smaller stars). The stars with a very wide range of mass can have either low or very high temperatures. Small stars have high temperatures, but they also may have very low temperatures; the same fact is valid for large stars and the other stars that are between these groups.

2.6. The Types of Stars with Similar Mass and Temperature
A bit of a remark: the author of this article disagrees with the current estimates of the stars' mass, as he claims they are the product of old hypotheses which lacked enough evidence to support them. The author suggests that a radius be equal to a mass when discussing slowly-rotating stars and that the mass decrease up to 100% with fast-rotating stars. For example, Melnick 42, 21,1 R of Sun, its mass should be around 30 M of Sun (currently, 189 M of Sun).
That would give the option to avoid these illogicalities:

Table 5. Star, type / mass / temperature

  Star Type Mass Sun=1 Temperature °K
1 EZ Canis Majoris WN3-hv 19 89.100
2 Centaurus X-3 O 20.5 ± 0.7 39.000
3 η Canis Majores B 19,19 15.000
4 HD 21389 A 19,3 9.730
5 Kappa Pavonis F 19 - 25 5,250 - 6,350
6 V382 Carinae G 20 5,866
7  S Persei M 20 3.000-3.600
8 DH Tauri b Planet; dist. 330 AU 12 M Jupiter 2.750
9 HIP 78530 b Planet; dist. 740 AU 24 M Jup. 2.700 (2.800)

Table 5. Stars, similar mass (except No 8, 9, ), different classes (type) and temperatures.

A same or similar mass should produce the same or similar outcome, given other conditions are the same. These days, scientific community totally undervalues the rotation of objects and its effects. [14]
The stars with the same mass may have completely different temperatures and be classified in all types of stars. It is particularly important to point out that planets can have high temperatures in very distant orbits, where the influence of their main star on their temperature may not be considered at all.

Table 6. planets, large distance orbits, mass/temperature

 

Planet Mass of Jupiter Temperature K Distance AU
1 GQ Lupi b 1-36 2650 ± 100 100
2 ROXs 42Bb 9 1,950-2,000  157
3 HD 106906 b 11 1.800 ~650
4 CT Chamaeleontis b 10,5-17  2.500 440
5 HD 44627 13-14 1.600-2.400 275
6 1RXS 1609 b 14 1.800 330
7 UScoCTIO 108 b 14 2.600 670
8 Oph 11 B 21 2.478 243

Table 6. Planets at a great distance from the stars with high temperatures and different mass.

2.7. The Temperatures of Planets and Brown Dwarfs Below 13 M of Jupiter
It is particularly important to point out those planets and brown dwarfs, the masses of which are below 13 M of Jupiter, which have temperatures above 500°K without the influence, i.e., independently, from their main stars. Contrary to the claims that such objects cannot start fission or fusion, the objects that are below 13 M of Jupiter can have significantly high temperatures (a part of these objects have the temperatures higher than large and very large stars) (table 12).

Table 7. brown dwarfs and planets, mass/temperature

   Brown dwarf & planets Mass of Jupiter Temperature °K Planets orbit AU
  mass up to 15 Mass of Jupiter
1 CFBDSIR 2149-0403 4-7  ~700  
2 PSO J318.5-22 6,5 1.160  
3 2MASS J11193254-1137466 (AB) ~5-10 1.012 3,6±0,9
4 GU Piscium b 9-13 1.000 2.000
5 WD 0806-661 6-9 300-345 2.500
6 HD 106906 b 11±2 1.800 120
7 1RXS 1609 b 8 (14) 1.800 330
8 DT Virginis 8.5 ± 2.5  695±60 1.168
9 Cha 110913-773444 8 (+7; -3) 1.300 -1.400  
10 OTS 44 11,5 1.700 - 2.300  
11 GQ Lupi b 1 - 36 2650 ± 100 100
12 ROXs 42Bb 9 1.950 ± 100 157
13 HD 44627 13 - 14 1.600 -2400 275
14 VHS 1256-1257 b 11,2 (+9,7; -1,8 880 102±9
15 DH Tauri b 12 2.750 330
16 ULAS J003402.77-005206.7 5 - 20 560 - 600  
17 2M1207b 4 (+6; -1) 1.600±100 40
18 2M 044144 9.8±1.8 1.800 15 ± 0.6
19 2MASS J2126-8140 13,3 (± 1,7) 1.800 6.900
20 HR 8799 b 5 (+2; -1) 870 (+30; -70) ~68
21 HR 8799 c  7 (+3; -2) 1.090 (+10; -90) ~38
22 HR 8799 d 7 (+3; -2) 1.090 (+10; -90) ~24
23 HIP 65426 9,0 ±3,0 1450.0 (± 150.0) 92

Table 7. brown dwarfs and planets (at a great distance from the star) with a temperature above 500 ° C.

2.8. The Relation Between Mass, Radius and Temperature
Due to the quantity of mass, stars can have a certain level of temperature.

Table 8. Cold stars, mass/radius

  Star Mass Sun 1 Radius Sun 1 Temperature °K
1 R Cygni  Cool giant / 2.200
2 R Cassiopeiae Red giant 263-310 2.812
3 CW Leonis 0,7 – 0,9 700 2.200
4 IK Tauri 1 451-507 2.100
5 W Aquilae 1,04-3 430-473 1.800 (2250-3175)
6 R Doradus 1,2 370±50 2.740±190
7 T Cephei 1.5-1.8 329 +70 -50 2.400
8 S Pegasi  1,8 459-574 2.107
9 Chi Cygni 2,1 +1,5 -0,7 348-480 2.441-2.742
10 R Leporis 2,5 – 5 400±90 2.245-2.290
11 La Superba 3 307-390 2.600-3.200
12 R Leonis Minoris  10,18 569±146 2.648
13 S Cassiopeiae loss at 3.5 x 10-6 MSun per year 930 1.800
14 RSGC1-F04 19 1.553 2.858

Table 8. Cold stars in relationship: mass/radius Sun=1).

A few more examples cool Stars: RW Lmi 2.470; V Hya 2.160; II Lup 2.000; V Cyg 1.875; LL Peg 2.000; LP And 2.040; V384 Per 1.820; R Lep 2.290; W Ori 2.625; S Aur 1.940; QZ Mus 2.200; AFGL 4202 2.200: V821 Her 2.200; V1417 Aql 2.000; S Cep 2.095; RV Cyg 2.675 etc. [15]
There are examples of large stars in this table.
If all other factors that influence the temperature, such as smaller or larger binary effects, a significant rotation, dynamic processes caused by the influx of matter to a star and its polar cyclones, etc., are not considered, the stars reach the temperature of about  1 800°K by the pressure force.
Contrary to large stars, there are similar parameters at stars with small masses.

Table 9. Small stars, mass/temperature

  Star Mass M Sun Temperature °K
1 2M1207 ~0,025 2550 ± 150
2 Teide 1 0,052 2600 ± 150
3 VHS 1256-1257 0,07-0,015 2.620 ± 140
4 Van Biesbroeck's star 0,075 2.600
5 DENIS 1048-1039 0,075 2.200
6 Teegarden's Star 0,08 2.637
7 DX Cancri 0,09 2.840
8 TVLM 513-46546 0,09 2.500
9 Wolf 359 0,09 2,800 ± 100

Table 9. Small stars with low mass and low temperatures.

2.9. The Temperature Related to Surface Gravity, Mass and Star Radius
When a star, within a relation of mass / radius (Sun=1), has a significantly bigger radius than mass , its temperature is low, its color is red, its magnetic field is relatively weak, as well as its surface gravity.

Table 10. Stars, temperature/surface gravity; mass/radijus

  Star Temperature °K Surface gravity cgs Mass, Sun 1 Radijus, Sun 1
1 WOH G64 3.400 (3.008-3.200) -0,5 25 1.540±77
2 UY Scuti 3,365 ± 134 -0,5 7-10 1.708 ± 192
3 KY Cygni 3.500 -0,5 (-0,9) 25 1.420 (2.850?)
4 6 Geminorum 3,789 0,0 20 670
5 Beta Andromedae 3.842 1,52 3-4 100
6 Polaris 6.015 2.2 4,5 46±3
7 ζ Cyg A 4.910 2,41 3,05 15

Table 10. Stars, low temperature, low surface gravity; mass<radijus

On the contrary, when in the same relation a star's mass is more important than its  radius, the star has a high temperature, its color is white or blue, its magnetic field is strong, as well as its surface gravity.

Table 11. Stars, temperature/surface gravity; mass/radijus

  Star Temperature °K Surface gravity cgs Mass, Sun 1 Radijus, Sun 1
1 Denebola 8.500 4,0 1,78 1.728
2 Fomalhaut 8.590 4,21 1,92 1,842
3 Sirijus A 9.940 4,33 2.02 1,711
4 BPM 37093 11730 ± 350 8,81 ± 0,05 1,1 0,45
5 Albireo B 13.200±600 4,00 3,7 2,7
6 η Aurigae 17.201 4.13 ± 0.04 5,4 3,25
7 Sirijus b 25.200 8,57 0,978 0,0084
8 S Monocerotis 38.500 4,5 29,1 9,9
9 R136a 53.000±3.000 4,0 315 28.8 -35.4

Table 11. Stars, high temperature, high surface gravity, radius<mass (Sun=1).

2.10. The Temperatures on Brown Dwarfs and Planets
When masses of brown dwarfs and planets are compared, a negation of statement that only mass, through forces of pressure, determines the temperature of an object (a star) is confirmed.

Table 12. Brown dwarf and planets, mass/temperature

Mass up to 15 MJ/(vs) Mass above 15 M

  Brown dwarf (& planets) Mass of Jupiter Temperature °K Planets orbit AU
1 ROXs 42Bb 9 1.950 ± 100 157
2 54 Piscium B 50 810±50  
3 DH Tauri b 12 2.750 330
4 ULAS J133553.45+113005.2 15 -31 500 -550  
5 OTS 44 11,5 1.700 - 2.300  
6 Epsilon Indi Ba and Bb 40 – 60 (28±7) 1.300-1400 (880-940) 1.500 (between 2,1)
7 2MASS J2126-8140 13,3 (± 1,7) 1.800 6.900
8 Gliese 570 ~50 750 - 800 1.500

Mass vs Mass
9 2M 044144 9.8±1.8 1.800 15 ± 0.6
10 DT Virginis 8.5 ± 2.5 695±60 1.168
11 Teide 1 57± 15 2.600±150  
12 Epsilon Indi Ba and Bb 40 – 60 (28±7) 1.300-1400 (880-940) 1.500 (between 2,1)
13 B Tauri FU 15 2.375 700
14 DENIS J081730.0-615520 15 950  

Table 12. Brown dwarf and planets (at a great distance), relationship: mass up to 15 MJ/(vs) mass above 15 M and Mass vs Mass and temperature.

The temperatures are different, regardless of whether some objects have similar masses or not. An object with a larger mass than another one can have lower temperatures and vice versa. Two objects with a similar mass and similar other conditions can have very significant differences in temperature.

2.11. Main Stars and the Objects in their Orbits
An object orbiting around a central object can have lower, similar or higher temperature.

Table 13. Multiple star system, mass/temperature

  Star Mass Sun 1 Temperature °K
1 Zeta Reticuli A 0,958 5.746
2 Zeta Reticuli B 0,985 5.859
3 Alpha Crucis α1 17,8+6,05 24.000
4 Alpha Crucis α2 15,52 28.000
5 Sirius A 2,02 9.940
6 Sirius B 0,978 25.200
7 Epsilon Aurigae A 2,2-15 7.750
8 Epsilon Aurigae B 6-14 15.000
9 Antares A 12± 20% 3.570
10 Antares B 7,2 18.500
11 KQ Puppis A 13-20 3.662
12 KQ Puppis B 17 30.000
13 Procyon A 1,499 6.350
14 Procyon B 0,602 7.740
15 Castor A 2,76 10.286
16 Castor B 2,98 8.842
17 Castor C 0,5992 3.820

Table 13. Multiple star system, relationship: central object / body in orbit, mass and temperature.

This is a confirmation there is a force directly influencing the temperature of a star, its color, radius, surface gravity and magnetic field, as well as of the objects in its orbit.  

2.12. The Rotation of Objects

Table 14. Fast rotating stars, rotation speed/temperature, mass > radius

  Star (pulsar) Temperature K Rotation speed in s; ms Mass Sun 1 Radius Sun 1
1 PSR J1748-2446ad / 0.00139595482 (6) s <2 16 km
2 PSR J1614-2230 / 3.1508076534271 ms 1,97 13 ± 2 km
3 PSR J0348 + 0432 / 39.1226569017806 ms 2,01 13 ± 2 km
4 PSR B0943 + 10 310.000 1,1 s 0,02 2,6 km
5 PSR 1257 + 12 28.856 6,22ms 1,4 10 km
6 J0108-1431 88.000 0,808 s / /
7 PSR J1311-3430 / 2,5 ms 2,7 /
8 AR Scorpii / 1,95  minuta 0,81 do 1,29 /
9 Cen X-3 39.000 4,84 s 20,5 ± 0,7 12

Table 14. Display of fast rotating stars, temperature and relation mass > radius.

A fast rotation means a high temperature and a small radius in a relation of mass / radius (Sun = 1). 
A star's speed of rotation causes its temperature (its temperature only partially depends on the mass of a star), its radius (ratio: the mass of a star / the radius of a star; Sun = 1), surface gravity and the color of a star. The stars with a slow rotation are "cold" stars (with the exclusion of binary systems effects), independently of the mass of a star and its radius. Their color is red and they are dominant in Universe (M type of stars, 0.08–0.45 masses of Sun;  ≤ 0.7 R of Sun; 2,400–3,700°K; 76,45% of the total number of stars in Milky Way (Harvard spectral classification); all red stars above  0,45 M of Sun are also included here, as well as the largest red (and other) stars in our galaxy). The stars with fast and very fast rotations are mostly present in nebulae, i.e., in the space which is rich with matter. Their total quantity in Milky Way makes 3,85% (O class ~0,00003%). [16]   
A radius, related to mass (Sun =1) is negative, when stars with a fast rotation are the subject matter, while it is completely opposite with cold, red, slowly-rotating stars. [17]
There is a review of stars with low temperatures, the speed of rotation around their axis, mass, radius, surface gravity and finally high temperatures with the same parameters in the following table. If more significant binary effects on a star's temperature are not considered, one can find in the table that cold stars in the mass / radius relation have the radius bigger than mass, small rotation speeds and low surface gravity. Hot stars have all of these to the opposite.

Table 15. Stars, temperature/rotation speed/ surface gravity, mass/radius.

  Star Temperature K Rotation speed km/s Mass Sun 1 Radius Sun 1 Surface gravity cgs
1 Betelgeuse 3.590 11,6 887 ±203  -0,5
2 Andromeda 8 3.616±22 5±1  / 30 1±0.25
3 β Pegasi 3.689 9,7 2,1 95 1,20
4< Aldebaran 3.910 634 day 1,5 44,2 1,59
5 HD 220074 3.935 3 1,2 49,7 ± 9.5 1.3 ± 0.5
6 Beta Ursae Minoris 4.030 8 2,2 42,6 1,83
7 Arcturus 4.286 2.4±1.0 1.08±0.06 25.4±0.2 1.66±0.05
8 Hamal 4.480 3,44 1,5 14,9 2,57
9 Iota Draconis 4.545 1,5 1,82 11,99 2,5
10 Pollux 4.666 2,8 2,04 8,8 2.685±0.09
11  ζ Cyg A 4.910 0.4 ± 0.5 3,05 15 2,41
12 Capella 4.970 4,1 2.5687 11,98 2,691
13 Alpha Pegasi 9.765 125 4,72 3,51 3,51
14 η Aurigae 17.201 95 5,4 3,25 4.13 ± 0.04
15 Eta Ursae Majoris 16.823 150 6,1 3,4 3,78
16 Spica secondary 20.900±800 199 7.21±0.75 3,74±0.53 4.15±0.15
17 λ Scorpii 25.000±1.000 150 14,5 8,8 3,8
18 Gamma Cassiopeiae 25.000 432 17 10 3,50
19 Zeta Puppis 40.000-44.000 220 22,5 – 56,6 14-26 3,5
20 LH54-425 O5 45.000 250 28 8,1 4,07
21 S Monocerotis 38.500 120 29,1 9,9 4,5
22 LH54-425 O3 45.000 197 47 11,4 4,0
23 HD 93129 42.500 130 110 22,5 3,71
24 HD 5980 B 45.000 400 66 22 /
25 BI 253 50.100 200 84 10,7 4,20
26 HD 269810 52.500 173 130 18 4,0
27 Melnick 42 47.300 240 189 21,1 3,90
28 WR 2 141.000 500 16 0,89 /
29 WR 142 200.000 1.000 20 0,40 /

Table 15. Stars, relationship: temperature/rotation speed/ surface gravity and mass/radius. No 1-12 cold stars, 13-29 hot stars.

The influence of rotation is more significant with stars that possess larger mass, because warming up and pressure are the result of friction, occurring between layers of a star. These stars that rotate faster will have higher temperatures than small stars, with the same or slower rotation (binary effects excluded).
Slowly-rotating stars have less significant surface gravity than the fast-rotating stars. [16]
Quote: The temperature of stars is directly related to the speed of its rotation. Those with slower rotation are red, while with the increase of the rotation speed, also increases the glow and temperature of a star. As a consequence, it turns white and blue. If we consult the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram, it is obvious that both very small and super giant stars can have the same glow; they can be white, red or blue. The mass and quantity of so-called fuel that they supposedly burn is obviously an unacceptable answer – there are stars of the same mass, or sizes, but with a completely different glow. If we were to try to explain that by the presence of different elements, it would make no sense. Diversity of elements depends exactly on the temperature heights: the higher the temperature, the lower the diversity and order of elements.
The lower the temperature, the higher are diversity and presence.
If stars were to burn some fuel, they would lose their mass, which is not the case. On the contrary, they constantly gain mass with the outer mass incoming from the system (comets, asteroids, planets). Furthermore, it is wrong and opposite to the evidence to claim that stars shine because of the radioactive processes deep inside them. Beyond any doubt, they are not radioactive..  end quote [18]

3. A Permanent Circular Process
3.1. The Disintegration, Formation and the Constant Growth of Matter and the Objects in the Universe
The particle colliders have shown that particles disintegrate if affected by a force that is strong enough. [19] Before particle colliders were discovered, scientists were able to discover in laboratories some atoms that were incoming to the laboratories from the outside of the Earth. These were named muons. They were found again in the particle colliders in the process of particle disintegration. Their life span is very short (2,2 x 10-6) – they break into an electron and neutrino; they were never found anywhere outside the particle colliders. A process similar to the one in the particle colliders must have existed outside Earth, because muons had been found in laboratories before the existence of particle colliders. Some quantity of particles gets disintegrated in the collisions of radiation (waves) and the atmosphere. The disintegration of particles takes place during the collisions of objects or the smaller objects with the greater objects that have no atmosphere. There is another event in the Universe, in which particles get disintegrated. These are the explosions of stars. The forces within these explosions are similar or larger than in the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). [20] 
Because the matter of an exploded star is missing, the scientists have been filling these gaps with the black holes, neutron stars and dwarf stars, to which supernatural (impossible in the physical terms) density has been ascribed. After the results from the particle colliders have been presented, there should be no more need for hypothetical objects. Most of the visible matter gets disintegrated (destroyed) in a star explosion. The next example presents the disharmony of the nebulae mass and current theories.
The nebula IC 4628 has a diameter of about 250 light years and consists of numerous large shiny stars, which have very high temperatures (type O) and there are also two white-blue giants (type O) of the impressive size. 
Except for the very large quantity of stars that are created in the nebula and are inside it, the nebula has enough of gas and dust to create another circle of new stars. It should not be forgotten that such a large explosion needs to have a maximal black hole. [21]   
Three supernovae have been sighted with a naked eye in the last 1000 of years in the Milky Way (to date it has been discovered (total number) just over 400 Novae in the Milky Way). [10]  There are ~100 billion of galaxies in the Universe. If the intensity of star explosions is similar for all galaxies, there are 3 (3,170979)  stars exploding in the Universe every second (and 273.972,60 stars daily, etc.). A dominant opinion today is that only those stars explode, which mass is no less than 8 M Sun (Chandrasekhar limit 1,44 M Sun).   
(The author of the article relates the explosions to very fast-rotating stars, independently of their mass, and they occur when their cyclones on the north or south pole get hit by an object of a sufficient size. The cyclone makes it possible for the incoming object to go deep inside a star, where that object explodes, due to the friction. [22])
If stars had an average mass of 8 M Sun (and this is the lowest quantity), during the period of 13 billion of years, most of the matter, which is 10,96 x 1018 (10.096.000.000 billion of M Sun), has been disintegrated (or (real data) ~400 x (factor 3) = 1200 x ~100 billion galaxies in the Universe x min. 8 M Sun > 8.493 galaxies of the Milky Way size). (I have to point out that there is a constant process of growth and the size of 13,7 (8) G light years is used as a distance that is not to be used to determine the age of the Universe.) The total star mass of the Milky Way is estimated to be between 4,6 x 10 10  M Sun and 6,43 × 10 10  M Sun.   
Although the Universe is losing enormously large quantities of visible matter in the star explosions, objects' collisions and the collisions of radiation and visible matter, it increases its mass, a fact which scientists have been trying to explain by the expansion of the Universe.
Sir Fred Hoyle suggested the formation of a single particle per a star system. Billions of particles are lost daily only in the collisions of waves with the particles of our atmosphere. During the 1980s, the physicists of the subatomic physics suggested that they had been observing the formation of particles from a field. A majority of particles were unable to complete the process and were returning to the field.
Independently of the validity of these claims (or evidences), matter is being formed and it successfully replaces the disintegrated matter and contributes to the increase of the visible matter in the Universe. That can be supported by the fact that a visible part of  the Universe consists of hydrogen (~75%). The most of nebulae consists of ~90% of hydrogen. It can be concluded, at what speed and at what ratio are other elements in the space created, from the relation hydrogen/helium/other elements. Hydrogen is in the molecular state on Earth, while the majority of interstellar hydrogen is in the atomic state. [23] 
The higher density of an element (hydrogen) connects its atoms into molecules of H2, as a contrary to the lower density, where the atomic hydrogen has no possibility to create molecules.
The connection of hydrogen atoms into H2 shows that hydrogen has two sorts of charge + and – (a weak hydrogen bond) and that in such a dominantly positively charged particle there is a significant quantity of a negative charge. If that were not so, hydrogen would have been satisfying its need with smaller particles, electrons and neutrino.
H2  is the beginning of a permanent ascending process inside the visible part of the Universe and higher systems. Here it is necessary to point out that the results from the particle colliders suggest that hydrogen consists of a large quantity of electron and neutrino (the author of the article estimates it to be inside the relation of ~1.800 x 1.800) and it looks like a thread, curled up into a ball. The thread opens up in various processes and creates the next lines of atoms.
That is the way how an interwoven structure of more complex atoms is created. It gives a simple answer to the question, why two or three atoms with the same atomic mass differ utterly (argon, potassium and calcium, etc.) and exist in different aggregate states. The same goes for any pair of the neighboring elements (fluorine – neon, tellurium – iodine, etc.). The isotopes of elements also need to be mentioned here; they additionally confirm this way of creating the particles. Joining and growing of particles goes on even when a particle reaches its upper limits of natural sustainability, due to which a particle rejects the surplus of matter together with radioactive radiation. The same goes for the lower elements (who have irregular structures or the irregular ratio of protons and heavy protons), whose structure can not bear further growth (the system undergoes self-adaptations to achieve the sustainable state). [24]  
Growth doesn’t stop with atoms; on the contrary, joining goes on. Through joining, chemical reactions and combined, gas, dust, sand, the rocks named asteroids and comets, etc., are all created. Even further, planets are created the same way. Then, when planets grow to the 10% of Sun’s mass, they become stars, which can be really gigantic (super-giants).
Millions of craters scattered around the objects of our Solar system are the evidence of objects’ growth. Constant impacts of asteroids into our atmosphere and soil are the evidence of these processes being uninterrupted today, just the same as it used to be in any earlier period of the past. It is estimated that 4 000 – 100 000 tons of extraterrestrial material falls yearly to Earth. [25]   

3.2. The Disintegration of Complex Atoms
At the beginning of the permanent ascending process of the visible matter is hydrogen, after it helium and only then, other elements (generally less complex atoms), which are registered only in traces. It can be concluded from the chemical composition of the different types of nebulae. The differences in the chemical composition are the result of the density of a nebula. More dense nebulae (molecular clouds,...) give more possibilities for particle connection than less dense, thin nebulae. (Their chemical composition, however, is fairly uniform; it corresponds to the composition of the universe in general in that approximately 90 percent of the constituent atoms are hydrogen and nearly all the rest are helium (~10%), with oxygen, carbon, neon, nitrogen, and the other elements together making up about two atoms per thousand. [26])   
The more frequent the contact between atoms is, the higher is the complexity of a chemical composition. The objects with a melted core that still have a crust are chemically more diverse objects (Earth). Diversity is a result of the complex geological processes, particularly in the interaction of the magma and the crust of an object. Complexity depends mostly on the rotation of an object. If an object does not have an independent rotation, its chemical composition is less diverse. The same goes for the objects with monotonous conditions, i.e., if there are only high or low uniform surface temperatures, which do not serve the formation of more complex atoms. Their formation is better served by the existence of temperature amplitudes on a surface.
The chemical composition of a star is on the opposite side of the diverse chemical composition. Stars consist of hydrogen (Sun: ~75%), helium (~24%) and ~1-1,5 % of the other elements (oxygen, carbon, iron (0,16%), neon, nitrogen, silicon, magnesium, sulphur  (0,04%).
Chemical composition change becomes dramatic when matter becomes hot and melted. It is seen from the chemical composition of the Earth and Sun.

Table 16. the chemical composition of the Earth (crust and s mantle) and Sun

Melting point °C Boiling point °C % crust of the Earth % mantle of the Earth
SiO2 1.713 2.950 60,2 46
Al2O3 2.072 2.977 15,2 4,2
CaO 2.613 2.850 5,5 3,2
MgO 2.825 3.600 3,1 37,8
FeO 1.377 3.414 3,8 7,5
Na2O 1.132 1.950 3 0,4
K2O 740 - 2.8 0,04
Fe2O3 1.539 –1.565 Not Available 2.5  
H2O 0 100 1,4  (1,1)  
CO2 -56 Sublimation -78,5 1,2  
TiO2 1.843 2.972 0,7  
P2O5 sublimes 360 0,2  

Sun He 24,85 %,
H 73,46%,
O  0,77%,
C  0,29%,
Ostalo 0,53%

Table 16. comparison the chemical composition of the Earth crust and s mantle)/ Sun

Lava is mostly created by compounds that are in the solid state on the temperatures of lava  
"( Al Si 8 - Na Al Si 8 - Ca Al Si 8 (Feldspars), respectively MgO Melting point 2,825 °C, boiling point 3,600 °C,  Al2O3  2,072 °C/2,977 °C; SiO2 1,713 °C/2,950 °C; TiO2 1,843 °C/ 2,972 °C, CaO 2.613 °C/2886 °C, FeO 1.377 °C/3.414 °C, Na2O 1132 °C/1.950 °C  etc.
Here, the following discussion should not take place: that, due to stronger force of pressure, matter becomes melted at lower temperatures, because there are many volcanoes that maintain the melted matter during an extremely long period on the surface and with the pressure of one atmosphere.
Quote: Volatile elements and compounds (the boiling points of which are below the temperature of lava) evaporate from lava, but, because of low temperatures that are lower (for example, lava is 1 200°C, air is 15°C, melting point of magnesium is 648,85°C and boiling point is 1 090°C; instead of evaporating into atmosphere, magnesium particles get cooled down by low temperatures and they stay on the lava surface (which affects the level of lava viscosity: lower temperatures have smaller quantity of elements and compounds that change their state from liquid into gaseous and vice versa; with the increase of temperature, that quantity increases and viscosity decreases)) and the process goes on until a particle of magnesium becomes a compound of MgO, with the melting point of  2 825°C and boiling point of  3 600°C (or it only stays as Mg, in the process of hardening and cooling down the lava).
Due to the long-term exposure of more complex atoms and compounds to the temperatures above their boiling points, they get dissolved into atoms of hydrogen, helium, oxygen (~74/25/<1/<1). [5] end quote  
As the temperature of the star is higher, the chemical composition is less varied.
M type of stars (fraction of all main-sequence stars 76.45% in Milky Way), due to temperatures of 2 400–3 700°K can have on their surfaces, the majority of oxides, existing in lava nad magma on Earth, are in a liquid state. The expected diversity of chemical compounds will be lower, but the readings of compound presence will be lower, because the layer above a star is colder than the boiling points of atoms and compounds; here they get crystallized and fall on the surface. 
Inside stars (melted objects), hot matter constantly tends to move towards the surface. [27]
The processes of hot matter dislocation towards the surface and atmosphere are a good sign that a star's atmospheric and photospheric chemical composition reflect the complete chemical composition of hot objects. The temperature of Sun, 5.772°K,  turns all elements and compositions into a gaseous aggregate state. The same happens with all stars with high temperatures. Red stars (with the temperatures ranging from 1.800–2.900°K and all red stars above 0,08-0.45 M Sun) have lower temperatures than the boiling point of many compounds: SiO2,  2.950; Al2O3, 2.977; CaO, 2.850; MgO, 3.600; FeO,  3.414; TiO2, 2.972°K and some elements. Their processes and surface (chemical composition) are unlike the processes and surfaces of hot stars. In the long term, high temperatures inside "cold" stars will impoverish the chemical composition of their surfaces, but never as the hot stars will. Chemical composition of an atmosphere should be distinguished from a photosphere (surface) of a star. Due to a constant growth, stars generally create atmospheres from the gathered material, which is found in the relation: hydrogen/helium/other elements    (~90/10/to 1%), which is another reason, why larger objects have poor chemical composition. Higher temperatures do not serve the formation of more complex atoms and compounds.

3.3. The Distance from Stars Adapts the Processes
The temperature of space and objects (planets and smaller objects) is decreased with the increase of distance from the radiation source (except the thermal deviation from 1 to 5,2 AU (Sun)). The decrease of temperature is directly related to the "working" temperature of atoms and compounds. The elements have the points of melting and boiling. It is impossible to talk of the oxygen atmosphere if the temperatures on an object are below the melting point (-218°C); oxygen atmosphere appears if the temperatures of an object and its space have the temperatures above -182,96°C. By observing the atmospheric chemical composition of the external planets, a lack of oxygen is obvious. The internal objects lack hydrogen. The internal atmospheres mostly consist of  N2, CO2, and the external ones of N2, CH4, H2. A good example is Mars, which has no hydrogen in the atmosphere or on the surface. The lack of hydrogen makes the hydrogen-based compounds impossible.
The minimal temperature on Mars is -143°C, while the average and maximal one are -63°C and +35°C respectively. The chemical composition of its atmosphere is: carbon-dioxide 95,97%; argon 1,93%; nitrogen 1,89%; oxygen 0,146%; carbon-monoxide 0,0557%, which in total makes 99,9917% of the elements and compounds, present in its atmosphere.
The geological composition of the Mars surface: Mars is a terrestrial planet, consisting of the minerals of silicon and oxygen, metals and other elements that usually form rocks. The plagioclase feldspar NaAlSi3O8 to CaAl2Si2O8; pyroxenes are silicon-aluminium oxides with Ca, Na, Fe, Mg, Zn, Mn, Li replaced with Si and Al; hematite Fe2O3, olivine (Mg+2, Fe+2)2SiO4; Fe3O4 .. [28]
A chemical composition of an object can partially be detected from the composition of atmosphere. Titan moon: Stratosphere: 98.4% nitrogen (N2);1.4% methane (CH4), 0.2% hydrogen (H2); that indicates the lack of oxygen and oxygen-based compounds. "Working" temperatures of oxygen are from -218 to -182,96°C and are lower than the average temperatures – Titan moon, -179,5°C. All oxygen from a surface would end in the atmosphere, because Titan has no temperatures that go below the points of melting and boiling for oxygen. Knowing these processes contributes to the new awareness of the chemical composition of objects and atom behavior, due to temperature levels.
The occurrence of atmosphere is directly related to different geological processes: volcanoes; ejection of cold matter; attraction of new particles of matter; activity of intensive radiation; activity of gravitational forces among two or more objects on each other; rotation of objects (when different temperatures of day and night occur); constant bombardment of other, lesser or larger objects; inclination and form of an object; the change of calendar seasons; etc. The age of an object deserves to be particularly singled out here, although it will not be discussed now.
When a formation of atmosphere on the internal objects takes place, aside from a quantity of geological processes, the following needs to be taken into consideration:  Nitrogen does not burn nor it supports combustion. It is a bit easier than air and poorly soluble in water, chemically unreactive. ... 99,8% of all carbon on Earth is found combined in minerals, mainly carbonates... Only 0,01% of carbon exists in living beings. ... After hydrogen, carbon creates more compounds than all the other elements put together.
Although CO2 is mutual for all of the three planets with atmosphere, the differences among them occur due to the distance from Sun, rotation, mass; they caused different geological processes. The proximity of Sun and the lack of rotation – notwithstanding the similar masses – created the atmosphere of Venus: CO2 96,5% and nitrogen 3,5%. The rotation of Earth, the change of calendar seasons, binary relations between Earth and Moon and colder environment (related to that of Venus) are suitable for the creation of water, which in the form of rain removes CO2 from the atmosphere in the favor of nitrogen (78%) and oxygen (21%).. [29]

3.4. The density of smaller objects and stars
The density of objects can be analyzed within our system. If other conditions remain similar, the objects closer to the main object have a higher density, due to more significant tidal waves.

Table 17. Sun system, density, radius, semi-major axis.

  Central  Object Body in orbit Ø Density g/cm3 Radius km Semi-major axis km
1 Earth   5,514 6.371  
2   Moon 3,344 1.737,1 384.399
3 Mars Phobos 1,876 11,27 9.376
4   Deimos 1,4718 6,2 23.463,2
5 Jupiter Io 3,528 1.821,6 421.700
6   Europa 3,013 1.560,8 670.900
7   Ganymede 1,936 2.634,1 1.070.400
8   Callisto 1,8344 2.410,3 1.882.700
9 Saturn Enceladus 1,609 252,1 237.948
10   Dione 1.478 561,4 377.396
11   Rhea 1,236 763,8 527.108
12   Iapetus 1,088 734,5 3.560.820
13 Uranus Ariel 1,592 578,9 191.020
14   Umbriel 1,39 584,7 266.000
15   Titania 1,711 788,4 435.910
16   Oberon 1,63 761,4 583.520
17 Neptun Proteus ~1,3 210 117.647
18   Triton 2,061 1.353,4 354.800
19 Pluto   1,86 1.187  
20 Charon   1,707 603,6 19.591
21 Sun   1,408 695.700 eq  
22   inner planets 3,9335-5,514   57,909,050-227,939.200 
23   external planets 0,687- 1,638   5.2044 AU- 30.11 AU 

Table 17. Sun system Ø density bodies, radius bodies, semi-major axis.

Quote: The objects that are closer to the central object possess a higher density (due to the higher tidal force effects), as well as the objects with bigger masses and higher temperatures of space (Ariel/Umbriel; Titania/Oberon; Proteus/Triton; Rhea/Iapetus; Galileo's satellites; Phobos/Deimos; internal/external planets; etc). Of course, it does not mean that all objects belong to this group. The very division of asteroids into S, M and V type suggests a dramatical deviation. One part of objects becomes more dense in the beginning of their approach to the Sun (because volatile matter disappears and higher temperatures help the creation of the more complex elements). The other part of objects was created during the disintegration of objects (the internal – the higher density, and the external – the lower density), due to the collisions. In both cases a continuation of growth must be taken into consideration, as the lesser objects keep arriving to their surfaces. A certain portion of satellites also does not abide the strict law (density, mass, space temperature and distance to the central object), which implies the different past of these objects before they got captured by the central object. A part of it definitely belongs to the different composition of objects that constantly bombard satellites and other objects. It is unlikely that more dense asteroids from the asteroid belt would hit the outer objects, unlike the interior ones, because the gravitational force of Sun is dominant.
The conclusion would be that it is a very complex and dynamic pattern related to the processes of objects' creation – it is constantly moving and growing. The complexity of objects is related to the space temperature, the mass of an object and the total sum of tidal forces. Furthermore, the complexity is influenced by the position of an object related to the planet, Sun, as well as the asteroid belt. The important role also belongs to time when object got captured, for how long the object had been near Sun (perihelion) and at what distance. [30] end quote
White dwarves: Sirius B, Procyon B, LP 145-141, Gliese 223.2, Stein 2051 B etc. have the same ratio: mass / radius / temperature as well as large blue stars R136a1, Melnick 34, WR 25 , R136c etc.
Red Dwarfs are small stars of the "M" type, HIP 12961, Lacaille 8760, Proxima Centauri, Barnard's Star, Teegarden's Star etc. and they follow other red stars in the relationship of mass / radius / temperature NML Cygni, WOH G64, Mu Cephei, VY Canis Majoris etc.
It should not be recommended to reduce the analysis of the influence of factors to the stars on mass, radius, temperature and the rotation of object around the axis in this reassessment of the old theories, because an inexact impression of the statistical analysis of the other objects may occur. This article should be used only as a quick approximate tool of star positioning, as a kind of control when determining a measurement and, if there are deviations, the cause of deviations must be determined or the measurement should be repeated. 
Temperature and radiance are also affected by the tidal forces from the bigger or smaller binary effect, environment, the density of gas (layers) between the observer and a star, the speed of outer matter influx to the object, especially into a whirl or cyclone on the poles of a star (over 140 tons of space matter is falling daily to the surface of Earth), different sums of the mass and rotation effects to the small and big stars.  
If we check the data of the objects' masses, we can see that independent objects with a bigger mass have a higher temperature, but the level of temperature is limited (S Cassiopeiae Radius 930   R Sun, Temperature 1.800 K) and it is more notable in smaller objects, which are in the phase of melting and changing into a star. [31] ..
The objects with a melted core and with a crust  have the most complex chemical composition. A melted core is created with the object's mass growth and with the action of all tidal waves and the speed of rotation. Independent small objects create a melted core with the increase of mass. A quantity of mass is determined by the speed of rotation around an object's axis; if binary effects are not considered, a melted core can be created with a higher speed of rotation even with a smaller mass, compared to the slowly-rotating objects.
Elements and compounds are disintegrating without a more significant radioactivity into lower order elements with the increase of mass and other factors that cause the creation of a star and the temperatures higher than the boiling point.  Cold stars (brown dwarfs and small stars of M class) have more complex chemical composition than hot stars because their lower temperatures are lower than the boiling points of the part of elements and compounds. When determining density, the data should be observed within identical parameters to avoid the following speculations: the density of Earth at the depth of 5 100-6 378 km (the core of Earth) is 12,8-13,1 g/cm2, the density of Sun at the depth of 552 000 km is 0,2 g/cm2 (radiative zone).  A chemical composition of magma (Ultramafic ( picritic ) SiO2 < 45%; Fe-Mg >8%; MgO  ~32%; Temperature: up to 1500°C; viscosity: Very Low; type Density Magma [kg / m³] Basalt magma 2650-2800; Andesite magma 2450-2500; Rhyolite magma 2180-2250) [5] [32]  which is approximately similar to scientific research: molten silica exhibits several peculiar physical characteristics that are similar to those observed in liquid water: negative temperature expansion, density maximum at temperatures ~5000 °C, and a heat capacity minimum. Its density decreases from 2.08 g/cm3 at 1950 °C to 2.03 g/cm3 at 2200 °C. [32] 

4. A Blue Shift, Different Speeds of Galactic Movements and Expansion
4.1. Local Group of Galaxies
The expansion is related to a red shift because a Hubble constant (and unavoidable Big Bang) determined the distancing of galaxies in the details. The first to damage the ideal image was the local group of galaxies, in which there is a similar quantity of galaxies with a blue and red shift. [2]

Table 18. Blue and red shift i rotacija

  Galaxies, local groups Redshift km/s Blueshift km/s
1 Pegasus Dwarf Spheroidal    -354 ± 3 
2 IC 10   -348 ± 1
3 NGC 185   -202 ± 3
4 Canes Venatici I ~  31  
5 Andromeda III   -351 ± 9
6 Andromeda II   -188 ± 3
7 Triangulum Galaxy   -179 ± 3
8 Messier 110   -241 ± 3
9 NGC 147 (2.53 ± 0.11 Mly)   -193 ± 3
10 Small Magellanic Cloud 0.000527  
11 M32   -200 ± 6
12 NGC 205   -241 ± 3
13 IC 1613   -234 ± 1
14 Carina Dwarf 230 ± 60  
15 Sextans Dwarf 224 ± 2  
16 Ursa Minor Dwarf (200 ± 30 kly)   -247 ± 1
17 Draco Dwarf   -292 ± 21
18 Cassiopeia Dwarf   -307 ± 2

Table 18. Blue and red shift and rotation within our local galactic group.

There is no expansion of the local group of galaxies. The data suggest a classical rotation. There is a similar quantity of galaxies that are approaching and those that are distancing themselves from us.

4.2. Rotation of Clusters

Table 19. galaxies, distance 35 - 60 M ly and their speed of movement

  Galaxies Distance M ly Redshift, Blueshift km/s (z)
1 NGC 7320c 35 5,985 ± 9 
2 NGC 7320 39 (12 Mpc) 786 ± 20
3 NGC 2541 41 ± 5 548 ± 1
4 NGC 4178 43 ± 8 377
5 NGC 4214 44 291 ± 3
6 M98 44,4 -0,000113 (-142)
7 Messier 77 47,0  1137 ± 3
8 NGC 14 47.1 865 ± 1
9 Messier 88 47 ± 8  2235 ± 4 
10 IC 3258 48 -0,0015 (-517)
11 NGC 3949 50  800 ± 1 
12 NGC 3877 50,5 895 ± 4 
13 NGC 4088 51,5 ± 4,5  757 ± 1 
14 NGC 1427A 51,9 (+5,3, -7,7)  2028 ± 1 
15 NGC 1055 52 994 ± 5 
16 M86 52 ± 3 -244 ± 5
17 Messier 61 52,5 ± 2,3  1483 ± 4
18 NGC 4216 55 131 ± 4 
19 Messier 60 55 ± 4  1117 ± 6 
20 NGC 4526 55 ± 5 448 ± 8 
21 Messier 99 55,7 2407 ± 3 
22 NGC 4419 56 -0,0009 (-342)
23 M90 58,7 ± 2,8  -282 ± 4 

Table 19. galasies distance, which should be worth the Hubble constant (~700 (32.6 M ly) -1400 km / s (65.2 M ly))

Here are some examples of galaxies that are 35 to 60 M light years away. The speeds of the galaxies' distancing away, according to the theory of expansion, should be 700 (32 M light years) to 1400 (64 M light years) km/s, at this distance (Objects observed in deep space - extragalactic space, 10 megaparsecs (Mpc) or more - are found to have a red shift, interpreted as a relative velocity away from Earth [2])
instead, we have the image, which is similar to the one in our local group.
A few more examples of galaxies that have a blue shift from the Virgo Cluster at the distance 53,8 ±0,3 M  ly (total 65 galaxies): IC3105  -284; VCC322  -323; VCC334  -350; VCC501  -224; IC3224 -100; VCC628  -540; VCC636  -113; IC3258  -593; IC3303  -427; VCC788  -3; VCC802  -318; IC3311  -287; VCC810  -470; VCC815   -866; VCC846  -845; NGC4396  -215; VCC877  -212; NGC4406  -374; VCC892  -784; etc. [9]
Except for a blue shift, it is equally important to notice that the other speeds of movement are not in line with expansion (and Hubble constant). At the distance of 35 M light years NGC 7320c has the speed of 5,985 ± 9 km/s. NGC 127 has z = 0.0137 at the distance of 188 M light years,  which equals the speed (helio radial velocity ) of ~ 409 km/s (the radial velocity is the component of the object's velocity that points in the direction of the radius connecting the object and the point, that is does not represent expansion),  a similar speed is present on Messier 59 z = 0.001368 of 410± 6 km/s at the distance of 60± 5 M light years.

The most of data is collected from many sources and their data are very different and prone to frequent changes. However, independently of the data source, similar data that support the stated claims can be found inside any of these individual source or data base or in the scientific magazines' pdf-format papers.

4.3. Blueshift and Mergers Galaxies and Cluster of Galaxies

Several examples of mergers of the cluster of galaxies:

Table 20. merger clusters of galaxies

1 Abell 520 galaxy cluster posjeduju neobičnu strukturu koja je rezultat velikog spajanja (a major merger).
2 Abell 576 dva clusters u prosesu spajanja
3 Abell 665 is composed of two similar-mass clusters which are at or very close to core crossing
4 Abell 754 formed from the collision of two smaller clusters
5 Abell 2142 has attracted attention because of its potential to shed light on the dynamics of mergers between galaxies.
6 Abell 2744 s a giant galaxy cluster resulting from the simultaneous pile-up of at least four separate, smaller galaxy clusters
7 MACS J0025.4-1222 created by the collision of two galaxy clusters
8 Musket Ball Cluster This cluster is further along the process of merger than the Bullet Cluster

Table 20. merger clusters of galaxies, process permanent system growth

Using the Chandra and Hubble Space Telescopes we have now observed 72 collisions between galaxy clusters, including both ‘major’ and ‘minor’ mergers. [33]

Several examples of galaxy mergers: Arp 87, Arp 104, Arp 107, Arp 220, Arp 240, Arp 256, Arp 272, Arp 299, Arp 302, NGC 4194, NGC 4567 and NGC 4568, NGC 4618, NGC 4625, NGC 4627, NGC 4633, NGC 4634, NGC 4647, NGC 5090 and NGC 5091, etc. [34] 
Besides the forces of attraction that cause mergers and collisions among them, the objects in the Universe have different speeds of movement. An object, named Einstein Cross, which is at the distance of 8 G light years, is moving faster than the object named Lynx Supercluster, which is 12,9 G light years away. A few examples are given in the following table. [14]

4.4. The Uneverse and Rotation  

Table 21. system rotation within the Universe, distance/red shift

  Space objekt Clusters, superclusters, galaxy Distance Mly Red shift (z)
1 The Laniakea Supercluster centre 250 0,0708
2 Abell 400 326 0,0244
3 Abell 1656 336 0,0231
4 Horologium_Supercluster the nearest part 700 0,063
5 Abell 754 760 0,0542
6 Abell 133 763 0,0566
7 Corona Borealis Supercluster nearest part 946 0,07

8 CID-42  Quasar 3.900 (3,9 Gly) 0,359
9 Saraswati Supercluster 4.000 0,28
10 Abell 2744 4.110 0,308

11 Einstein Cross 8.000 1,695
12 Twin Quasar galaxy 8.700 1,413
13 TN J0924-2201 galaxy 12.183 5,19
14 EQ J100054+023435 galaxy 12.200 (12,2 Gly) 4,547
15 Lynx Supercluster 12.900 1,26 & 1,27
       

16 EGS-zs8-1 13.040 7,73
17 z8 GND 5296 galaxy 13.100 7,51
18 GN-z11 galaxy ~13.400 11,09; +0,08;  −0,12

Table 21. The system, rotation within the Universe, distance 250 M ly- 13,4 G ly

In the whole area of the Universe, from the local group and the local cluster, to the most distant objects, the astronomers register the existence of the blue specter (system mergers), different speeds (closer objects are faster than the objects that are significantly further from them), which indicates there are identical processes in the local group and in the Universe.
Here it must be taken into consideration that, the further an object is, the lower the radiation intensity gets (which our instruments detect as the increase of red shift, although in reality, those objects are in the phase of collision, merger or are on the move towards an observer).

4.5. Rotation vs. Expansion
A simple check of these claims can be made. If we place our Earth as a point inside the volume of the whole Universe some 300-400 thousand light years after the Big Bang, when the first radiation (cosmic microwave background) starts to appear (BD + 17 ° 3248 is a cluster in the Milky Way, only 968 light years away and the estimated age of  13,8±4 G years) and check the progress of expansion.
Our location within the expansion has the same direction with the closer and more distant neighboring galaxies and a red shift with more significant quantities is impossible in that direction. The astronomers have found nothing similar in their observations.
We have a claims, „The universe is spreading“, then there should be a small universe (with a small diameter) 300-400 thousand years after the so-called Big Bang, and a big universe, in which „...the most distant objects in the universe are the galaxies GN-z11, 13,39 G etc.
If an emission of light happened 13,39 light-years ago  (EGSY8p7, 13,23 G  ly, etc.), one could ask: did light travel at all through these 13,39 bilion ly, since we can see it now? [33]
Our Universe is created inside a whole that has started to brighten up  ("when photons started to travel freely through space" Wikipedia), which is in total accordance with "the radiance (CMB, cosmic microwave background) is almost even in all directions".
CMB (according to Big Bang theory), the photons started traveling freely into space, which is not our Universe. It is an area outside the whole, from which the radiation starts and inside which stars and galaxies (our Milky Way included, too) were created.
The radiance (CMB) is even in all directions and, according to Big Bang theory, it should mean that CMB and other radiations return back into the whole, from which they started 13,7 billion of years ago, because the radiance (CMB) is almost even in all directions and they don't originate from a single point, which should represent a starting whole, from which photons (CMB and other radiations) started.
Radiation is coming from all directions of the Universe, which is contradictory to the expansion of the Universe.

Table 22. the direction of the farthest galaxies within the Universe

  Galaxy Right ascension Declination Red shift Distance G ly
1 HCM-6A 02h 39m 54.7s −01° 33′ 32″ 6,56 12,8
2 SXDF-NB1006-2 02h 18m 56.5s −05° 19′ 58.9″ 7,215 13,07
3 TN J0924-2201 09 h  24 m  19,92 s -22 ° 01 '41,5 " 5,19 12,523
4 UDFy-38135539 03h 32m 38.13s −27° 45′ 53.9″ 8,6 13,1
5 A2744 YD4 00h 14m 24.927s −30° 22′ 56.15″ 8,38 13,2
6 BDF-3299 22h 28m 12.26s −35° 09′ 59.4″ 7,109 13,05
7 SSA22−HCM1 22h 17m 39.69s +00° 13′ 48.6″ 5,47 12,7
8 EQ J100054+023435 10h 00m 54.52s +2° 34′ 35.17″ 4,547 (280.919 km/s) 12,2
9 ULAS J1120+0641 11h 20m 01.48s +06° 41′ 24.3″ 7,085 13,05
10 ULAS J1342 + 0928 13h 42m 08.10s +13h 42m 08.10s 7,54 13,1
11 GRB 090423 09h 55m 33.08s +18° 08′ 58.9″ 8,2 13
12 IOK-1 13h 23m 59.8s +27° 24′ 56″ 6,96 12,88
13 A1703 zD6 13 h 15 m 01.0 s +51° 50′ 04′ 7,054 13,04
14 Q0906 + 6930 09h 06m 30.75s +69° 30′ 30.8″ 5,47 12,3
15 MACS0647-JD 06h 47m 55.73s +70° 14′ 35.8″ 10,7 13,3

Table 22. the direction of the farthest galaxies within the Universe distance 12,2 -13,3 G ly

There is no significant red shift in only one direction – a similarly significant red shift is found in all directions. There is nothing that would imply that something different from the other directions is happening in any particular direction (the possibility that we are in the very center of the Universe and that everything is distancing itself from us is disputed by collisions, smaller and larger mergers and the different speeds of the observed objects (blue and red shift) (table 19, 20, 21 and 22).

A following result can be concluded from these data: there is no expansion, but a rotation of the Universe and all the objects within it. Similarly to any spherical cluster of stars or galaxies, the speeds of the objects inside it are lower than the speeds of the objects outside such a cluster. The Universe is no exception either.

7. Conclusion
A rotation of the Universe can be observed: from the rotation of the local group of galaxies, the rotation of the  Virgo Cluster; the different galactic speeds – while the closer galaxies have many times higher speeds from the significantly more distant galaxies; from the gravitational connection of: galaxies, clusters, superclusters that rotate around some center. The rotation is visible from the omnipresent merger and collisions between objects and systems, which have a blue shift between themselves and occur in the whole volume of the Universe, in all directions and at all distances. These uninterrupted and permanent processes that confirm a constant matter growth from the smallest particles to mega systems. The rotation of objects around their axis creates orbits of stars, planets, smaller objects, asteroid belts, gas disks.    Lower temperatures make possible for the natural satellites to create an independent rotation – the lower the temperature, the closer the rotation gets to a planet or some smaller object. Independently of rotation, all rotating objects create their own systems with objects in the orbits.
The processes of disintegration, degradation of elements and matter take place inside the Universe, with the permanent growth of matter. An atom (or proton) is a complex, bipolar particle, made of a large quantity of electrons and neutrino, a thread curled up in a ball (like DNA) has an existing positive and negative charge (negative charge is >5%, i.e., it is larger than 90 electrons). This is a basic reason why a proton enters the relation with another proton, instead of realizing the relation with electrons ( H2, etc). The different working temperatures of particles and compounds (melting and boiling point) determine a chemical composition of the objects and the atmosphere. 
By these days scientists astronomers have gathered enough evidence which can relatively easily detect, name and define the processes inside a body, system and universe without the need for assumptions or theories.
All objects in universe rotate around their axis (except the objects that are tidally locked), travel in the orbits around central objects, around their also rotating systems and universe. Furthermore, all objects grow, as well as systems, which can be concluded from the millions of craters, scattered on the surfaces of the objects in our system. Systems grow, a fact which is obvious from their mutual collisions, small and large mergers.
The forces of pressure, rotation and the forces of attraction create high temperatures, create and determine the systems' appearance, determine the size of radius, surface gravity, the force of magnetic field, chemical composition and the color of objects and a star. Larger objects disintegrate complex compounds and atoms into hydrogen and some helium, due to temperatures above the boiling point of elements and compounds. The rest (approximately 1-1,5%),
Sun photospheric composition (by mass): 0.77% oxygen; 0.29% carbon; Iron 0.16%; Neon 0.12%; Nitrogen 0.09%; 0.07% silicon; 0.05% magnesium; Sulfur 0.04%) are also less complex atoms. A sum total of an object's mass, the forces of attraction and the speeds of rotation determine the conditions when a small orbiting object turns into a star. The mass of an object and the speed of its rotation determine the limit when an independent object starts emitting radiation (i.e., starts radiating). More significant magnetic fields are connected to a partially or completely melted objects, where the layers of an object have different speeds of rotation. In supporting the magnetic field of an object, its mass is not as important as its rotation. Significantly smaller objects can have more significant magnetic field, because, besides a faster rotation, they also have a more complex chemical composition (Jupiter/ Sun).
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Keywords: blue shift, disintegration of matter, rotation speed, chemical star composition, degradation of elements,

 

2017/2018.

1. The processes which cause the appearance of objects and systems

Published in American Journal of Astronomy and Astrophysics november 2018
http://www.sciencepublishinggroup.com/journal/paperinfo?journalid=301&doi=10.11648/j.ajaa.20180603.13

Author, Weitter Duckss,
DOI: 10.11648/j.ajaa.20180603.13  
mail: wduckss@gmail.com
Independent Researcher, Zadar, Croatia
Project: https://www.svemir-ipaksevrti.com/Universe-and-rotation.html (https://www.svemir-ipaksevrti.com/)

Hrvatski

Abstract
The beginning of the formation of galaxies can be recognized in the planetary and stellar systems.
The rotation speed of a galactic center determins the form of a galaxy an the ongoing processes. The forces of attraction and the rotation of stars firstly form binary systems.
The objects that are locked down by their tidal forces or that posses an extremely slow rotation, i.e. they have no independent rotation – they don't have other objects orbiting around themselves; for example: Mercury, Venus and the majority of satellites.
A very fast cyclone rotation (in an elliptical galaxy) creates huge friction, whichheats up matter; that can be seen on quasars  and very fast-rotating small objects (stars) through the emission of radiation that takes place on the poles.
A vast number of stars and other matter (the center of a galaxy), when rotating around the common center, act as a single body, related to the rest of the galaxy.
A slow rotation of a galactic center (as in the stellar clusters) does not create a recognizable center (the center looks more like the ones of close binary systems), while the fast rotation creates the center that ranges from the northern to the southern pole of the center.
The speed of rotation is not exclusively responsible for the size of an object (a galaxy, a star,...) because a fast rotation is a characteristic of both dwarf and giant galaxies. The same goes for a slow rotation. The same principle applies to stars. There are big stars with different speeds of rotation, and the same goes for small stars. There are hot stars with very small mass, but there are also hot giant stars.
Cyclones (in the north and south poles of the galaxy nucleus) are responsible for acceleration and deceleration of galactical and stellar rotations (as well as the death of stars). The influx of hotter matter accelerates the rotation of an object (the influx of stars to the cyclone in the center of a galaxy).

1. Introduction
The goal of this article is to sum up the processes of the objects' formation in Universe, with a special review of galaxies. In this article, these basic laws of nature are used: a constant process of growth, valid for all objects in Universe [1]; matter attraction feature [2]; the effects of objects' rotation around their axes [3] and inside a system; a decrease of radiation intensity and temperature with the increase of distance from a source of radiation or temperature (an object that creates and emits radiation) [4]; the absence of light in Universe; a short debate on dark matter from the other angle [5]. I consider the rotation of objects as the central process which creates the systems of stars, galaxies, the clusters of galaxies, Universe, Multiverse,... ; it creates all systems, determines their appearance and, related to stars, their temperatures, radii, colors, orbital speeds of the objects around a star, their numbers, asteroid belts and gas disks.[6] 

2. The effects of rotation around an axis (objects) and a center (systems)
2.1. The formation of a system by rotation
The observation of the rotational effects can be done through the orbits of objects around a central object. All orbits (of an object) are placed around the equatorial region or cut through it if they are inclined, i.e., if there is an inclination from the equatorial plane. The speed of an object that approaches a central object has nothing to do with the appearance of the orbit, because if it did, we would have had orbits around the poles [7]. The objects that lack an independent rotation (i.e., the objects that are tidally locked) or have an extremely slow rotation have no possibility to take and hold other objects in their own orbits (for example, Venus, Mercury, internal satellites (tidally locked). 
Quote: These objects also have a speed, just as the objects that approach straight or with an inclination towards the equator do, but these speeds neither create orbits (new evidence, confirmation [8],  [9]), nor there are observations to support such claims. If there is no rotation, there is also no orbit, no matter what the speed of the incoming object is. end quote
The objects on their poles have no rotation related to the vertically incoming objects, therefore their collisions are almost the only option.
Quote: One object becomes a nova and a large number (millions) of others with the same parameters just go on the same way. It is necessary to consider some very rare factors, like, for example, the impacts of large objects into planets, but even more rare – those that hit only a small part of the objects (one event in more than ten million of objects - stars).
Within the growth of an object, some smaller object is starting a reaction when colliding with a star. If that should remain a rare event, it needs to be a specific event under the specific conditions. The only possible specificity is for that object (the errant objects, incoming from outside the Solar system) to arrive vertically onto one of the poles and to hit the opening of a cyclone that exists on the poles of stars. That way, it would get an opportunity to break into the interior of an object.
When discussing the vertical trajectories, it is necessary to point out that only the forces of attraction exist there, because an object creates the forces of repulsion in the horizontal direction only. end quote [10]  
A part of an object goes through a central object, due to a constant movement of a central object (Sun 220 km/s) and goes irreversibly further into space.

2.2. The effects of the stars' speed of rotation
A star's speed of rotation causes its temperature (its temperature only partially depends on the mass of a star), its radius (ratio: the mass of a star / the radius of a star; Sun = 1), surface gravity and the color of a star. The stars with a slow rotation are "cold" stars (with the exclusion of binary systems effects), independently of the mass of a star and its radius. Their color is red and they are dominant in Universe
(M type of stars, 0.08–0.45 masses of Sun;  ≤ 0.7 R of Sun; 2,400–3,700°K; 76,45% of the total number of stars in Milky Way (Harvard spectral classification);
all red stars above  0,45 M of Sun are also included here, as well as the largest red (and other) stars in our galaxy). The stars with fast and very fast rotations are mostly present in nebulae, i.e., in the space which is rich with matter. Their total quantity in Milky Way makes 3,85% (O class ~0,00003%). [11]   
A radius, related to mass (Sun =1) is negative, when stars with a fast rotation are the subject matter, while it is completely opposite with cold, red, slowly-rotating stars. [12]
A bit of a remark: the author of this article disagrees with the current estimates of the stars' mass, as he claims they are the product of old hypotheses which lacked enough evidence to support them. The author suggests that a radius be equal to a mass when discussing slowly-rotating stars and that the mass decrease up to 100% with fast-rotating stars. For example, Melnick 42, 21,1 R of Sun, its mass should be around 30 M of Sun (currently, 189 M of Sun).
That would give the option to avoid these illogicalities:

Table 1. Star, type / mass / temperature

  Star Type Mass Sun=1 Temperature °K

1. WR 2, WN4-s 16 141.000
2. μ Columbae O 16 33.000
3. Deneb A 19 8.525
3. Gamma Cassiopeiae B 17 25.000
4.  VY Canis Majoris M 17 3.490
5. DH Tauri b Planet; dist. 330 AU 12 M Jupiter 2.750
6. HIP 78530 b Planet; dist. 740 AU 24 M Jup. 2.700 (2.800)
7. NML Cygni M 50 3.834

Table 1. Stars, similar mass (except No 5, 6, 7), different classes (type) and temperatures.

A same or similar mass should produce the same or similar outcome, given other conditions are the same. These days, scientific community totally undervalues the rotation of objects and its effects.

Table 2. Stars, temperature/rotation speed/ surface gravity, mass/radius.  

  Star Mass, Sun 1 Radius, Sun 1 Temperature °K Rotation speed  km/s

  Stars with slow rotation
1. Arcturus 1,08 25,4 4.286 2,4
2. R Doradus 1,2 370± 50 2.740 340 day
3. HD 220074 1,2 49.7 ± 9.5 3.935 3
4. Kappa Persei 1,5 9 4.857 3
5. Aldebaran 1,5 44,2 3.910 634 day
6. Hamal 1,5 14,9 4.480 3,44
7. Iota Draconis 1,82 11,99 4.545 1,5
8. Pollux 2,04 8,8 4.666 2,8
9. Beta Ursae Minoris 2,2 42,6 4.030 8
10. Beta Andromedae 3-4 100 3.842 7,2
11. Betelgeuse

Fast-rotating stars

11,6 887 ±203 3.590 5
12. IK Pegasi 1,65 1,6 7.000/35.000 <32,5
13. Alpha Pegasi 4,72 3,51 9.765 125
14. η Aurigae 5,4 3,25 17.201 95
15. Eta Ursae Majoris 6,1 3,4 16.823 150
16. Spica secondary 6,97 3,64 18.500 87
17. Spica secondary 10,25 7,7 22.400 199
18. Gamma Cassiopeiae 17 10 25.000 432
19. WR 102 19 0,39 210.000 120
20. Zeta Puppis 22,5 – 56,6 14-26 40.000-44.000 220
21. S Monocerotis 29,1 9,9 38.500 120
22. Alnilam 30-64,5 28,6-42 27.000 40-70
23. Alnitak Aa 33 ± 10 20.0 ± 3.2 29.000 110 ± 10
24. HD 5980 C 34 24 34.000 120
25. HD 5980 A 61 24 45.000 250
26. HD 93250 83,3 15,9 46.000 130
27. HD 269810 130 18 52.500 173
28. VFTS 682 150 22 52.200±2.500 200
29. Melnick 42 189 21,1 47.300 240
30. R136a2  195 23,4 53.000 200

Table 2. Stars, relationship: temperature/rotation speed/surface gravity and mass/radius. No 1-12 cold stars, 13-29 hot stars.

The influence of rotation is more significant with stars that possess larger mass, because warming up and pressure are the result of friction, occurring between layers of a star. These stars that rotate faster will have higher temperatures than small stars, with the same or slower rotation (binary effects excluded).
Slowly-rotating stars have less significant surface gravity than the fast-rotating stars. [12]

Table3. Stars, temperature/rotation speed/surface gravity; mass/radijus

  Star Temperature °K Rotation km/s or day Mass, Sun 1 Radijus, Sun 1 Surface gravity cgs

1. Betelgeuse 3.140-3641 5 7,7-20 950-1200 0,5
2. Aldebaran 3.910 643 d 1,5±0,3 44,2±0,9 1,59
3. Pollux 4.666±95 558 d 2.04±0,3 8.8±0,1 2,685
4. Polaris 6.015 119 d 4,5 46±3 2.2
5. Canopus 7.350 8,0 9,0-10,6 71,4±4,0 2,1
6. Beta Pictoris 8.052 (9.790) 130 1,75 1,8 4,15
7. Denebola 8.500 128 1,78 1.728 4,0
8. Fomalhaut 8.590 93 1,92 1,842 4,21
9. Vega 9.692±180 12,5 h 2,135 2,36x2,81 4,1
10. Sirijus a 9.940 225-250 2.02 1,711 4,33
11. Albireo B 13.200±600 0,6 days 3,7 2,7 4,00
12. Sirijus b 25.200   / 0,978 0,0084 8,57

Table 3. Stars, No 1-7 low temperatures, small rotation speed, small surface gravity, in relation: radius>mass; No 8-16 high temperature, high Surface gravity, in relationship: radius<mass (Sun=1).

2.3. Gravitationally Bound Objects
Gravity and rotation  create systems. Super clusters of galaxies are the largest gravitationally-bound objects known today. The rotation of a cluster is different from zero. [13]

Table 4. Galaxy, distance /speed

  Galaxy Distance Mly Red shift km/s

1. NGC 4450 ~50 1954 ± 4
2. NGC 4262 50,0 1359 ± 4
3. NGC 4550 50.0 381 ± 9
4. Messier 89 50 ± 3  290 ± 5
5. NGC 4435 52 0.002638(z)
6. Messier 86 52 ± 3 -244 ± 5
7. Messier 61 52.5 ± 2.3  1483 ± 4
8. Messier 91 63 ± 16  486 ± 4
9. NGC 4388 65.10 ± 18.43 2.524

Table 4. Galaxy, relationship: distance 50-65.10± 18.43 Mly/speed of movement.

Table 5. Supercluster, galactical clusters, galaxy, redsfift/distance

  Supercluster (galaxy) Redsfift (z) Distance M ly

1 The Laniakea Supercluster +0,0708 250
2 Horologium Supercluster 0,063 700
3 Abell 754 0,0542 760
4 Abell 133 0,0566 763
5 Corona Borealis Supercluster 0,07 946
6 CID-42  0,359 3.900 (3,9 Gly)
7 Saraswati Supercluster 0,28 4.000
8 Einstein Cross 1,695 8.000
9 Twin Quasar 1,413 8.700
10 Lynx Supercluster 1,26 & 1,27 12.900

Table 5. The Universe, Supercluster, galactical clusters, galaxy: redsfift (z)/distance M ly(G ly).

Table 6. Galaxies, redsfift/distance/speed

  Galaxies Redsfift (z) Distance billion ly Speed km/s  

1 EQ J100054+023435 4.547 12,2 280.919
2 Q0906 + 6930 5,47 12,3 299,792 
3 Z8 GND 5296 7,5078±0,0004 13,1 291.622 ± 120 
4 GN-z11 11,09 13,4 295.050 ± 119.917

Table 6. The Universe, relationship: redsfift (z)/distance G ly/speed km/s.

Besides rotation, there is also the law of (matter) attraction, which causes collisions, larger and smaller fusions of galactical clusters and Supercluster. [14]  One should make a distinction between collisions, in which the orbits of objects or systems are different, and fusions, in which objects share the same orbit and gravity causes a soft fusion of objects (for example, 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko).
The accumulation is a constant growing process from the formation of particles, the accumulation of particles  into nebulae, ... , joining into (chemical) compounds, the formation of smaller and larger objects. Stars, star systems, binary stars which are the initial stage of the formation of star clusters, galaxies, galactical clusters and finally Universe are all created with the increase in mass and in the force of pressure (which depends on the speed of rotation). A part of matter gets disintegrated by the explosions of stars. These explosions cause even or more significant results than those, made by the collisions in LHC in Switzerland. [15]
Quote: Despite destruction (the disintegration of matter), the observations show that the Universe is not losing its mass. On the contrary, it increases. It means that the Universe is efficiently replacing all of the lost matter, the minimum of which is 20 quadrillion of the Sun’s masses, and even “some” more.
It is not to be forgotten that a smaller part of matter is also been disintegrated in the collisions of waves and particles. In order for the muons to be registered at all in the laboratories, a countless number of particle disintegrations needs to occur. It is an everlasting occurrence on the objects orbiting around a star from the beginning of time till these days and until a star becomes a nova. A good portion of matter is being disintegrated in the collisions of objects and galaxies. Therefore, the colossal dimensions are not related only to the creation of matter, but also to the growth of all objects within stellar systems, galaxies and the Universe. Millions of craters are only a reminder of that process being contiguous and ongoing. end quote [16]
The author of the article discusses the following two or at the most three wholes (Multiverse,...), based on the decrease of temperature and radiation intensity with the increase of distance from the source, on the constant growth of gravitationally related systems, on systems behaving as a single object in attracting matter, inside the space in which the temperature is 0°K and the processes are still or extremely slow. [17]
An object in an orbit can approach or distance itself from a central object. It depends on the influx of matter to the object. If an object in an orbit has a relatively low influx of matter from a central object, it starts falling slowly to the central object (Mars/ Phobos) and the process is opposite when the influx of matter is more significant on the object in the orbit – it starts moving away (Earth/ Moon) (similar to the relation of a pendulum and a weight). The same situation is with the systems, with a remark that a faster rotation accelerates the processes.
The law of low temperatures is manifested in star systems and galaxies; the objects have higher orbital speeds with lesser gravitational effects. The temperature, which is below the melting point of helium, 4,216°K, is responsible for it. The stars that are on the edges of galaxies, just as the objects on the edges of star systems, have higher speeds with lesser gravitational effects than their neighboring objects that are closer to the center. [18]

2.4. The formation of galaxies
Matter attraction gathers objects into systems and rotation regulates these systems. When a large number of stars rotate around the common center in a relatively small volume (i.e., in the centers of galaxies), they act as a single object and create systems similar to star systems. A galactical disk is created on the same principles as the orbits of objects around stars and asteroid belts or gas disks; rotation, the speed of rotation, the force of attraction. [19]  In a large majority of situations, central objects represent almost the whole mass of a system (Sun 99,86 %).
There are different galactical centers inside the general process of growth. Slow rotations create centers made of stars and other matter that look like the spherical groups of stars (there is a big difference in the speed of rotation) and they do not create a familiar-looking center inside the galactical center. [20]  Cyclones, that break down a large part of stars and create a completely new and the largest object in Universe, are formed by fast rotation on the poles of the galactical centers. [21] 
The speed of rotation is not exclusively responsible for the size of an object (a galaxy, a star,...) because a fast rotation is a characteristic of both dwarf and giant galaxies. The same goes for a slow rotation. The same principle applies to stars. There are big stars with different speeds of rotation, and the same goes for small stars. There are hot stars with very small mass, but there are also hot giant stars. The same applies to cold stars and those stars, which temperatures are somewhere in between.

Table 7. galaxies, type / rotational speed

  galaxies type galaxies Speed of galaxies

  Fast-rotating galaxies
1 RX J1131-1231 quasar „X-ray observations of  RX J1131-1231 (RX J1131 for short) show it is whizzing around at almost half the speed of light.  [22] [23]
2 Spindle galaxy elliptical galaxy „possess a significant amount of rotation around the major axis“
3 NGC 6109 Lenticular Galaxy Within the knot, the rotation measure is 40 ± 8 rad m−2 [24]

Contrary to: Slow Rotation
4 Andromeda Galaxy spiral galaxy maximum value of 225 kilometers per second 
5 UGC 12591 spiral galaxy the highest known rotational speed of about 500 km/s,
6 Milky Way spiral galaxy 210 ± 10 (220 kilometers per second Sun)

Table 7. galaxies, relationship: type galaxies / rotational speed of galaxies; No 1-3 Fast-rotating galaxies, No 4-6 Slow-rotating galaxies.

The speed of rotation affects the form of a galaxy and more dynamic processes inside such galaxies.

Table 8. Galaxies, type/ size

  galaxies type of galaxies speed of galaxies

  Large galaxies (fast-rotating)
1 APM 08279+5255 elliptical galaxy giant elliptical galaxy [25]
2 Q0906 + 6930 blazar the most distant known blazar
3 OJ 287 BL Lacertae object the largest known objects
4 S5 0014 + 81 blazar giant elliptical galaxy
5 H1821 + 643 quasar the most massive black hole

Contrary to: Dwarf galaxies (fast-rotating)
6 Messier 110 elliptical galaxy dwarf elliptical galaxy 
7 Messier 32 "early-type" dwarf "early-type" galaxy
8 NGC 147 spheroidal galaxy dwarf spheroidal galaxy
9 NGC 185 spheroidal galaxy dwarf spheroidal galaxy

Table 8. galaxies, relationship: type of galaxies/ size of galaxies; No. 1-5 Large galaxies (fast-rotating), No. 6-9 Dwarf galaxies (fast-rotating).

2.5. Changing the Structure of Galaxy, the Increase of Radiation Intensity With the Increase of the Speed of Rotation
With the increase of speed of rotation (including faster orbits of stars and changing the structure in the centers of galaxies) there is also the increase of intensity and quantity of radiation coming from the openings of a cyclone on the poles of a central structure of our galaxy.
If the diameters of a galactical central object are estimated to be a few tens of thousands of light-years, the nature of the Milky Way's bar is actively debated, with estimates for its half-length and orientation spanning from 1 to 5 kpc (3,000-16,000 ly [26]  or 40 thousand ly on the equator and 30 thousands ly (according to some other sources [27] ) from a pole to the other one. It's diameter: the size of a super-massive black hole is ~ 0,001-400 AU [28]   – there is a disparity between a central point (a black hole should be there) and a pole of the central structure of a galaxy (different occurrences and the beginning of different radiation emissions are measured there). The distance from the horizons (poles) and the center is 1.500 to 15.000 ly and more, when giant galaxies with a very fast rotation are discussed.
The emissions of radiation are measured on the poles that are 3.000 to 30.000 ly and more far from each other and that proves the existence of cyclones (cyclones and whirls on stars [29]). Cyclones (the eye of a cyclone) are the places of occurrence for all occurrences that have ever been measured (radiation emissions, star formations, etc.). Their existence have been confirmed on the poles of Sun, Jupiter, Saturn, etc. They are formed due to the rotation of an object – and galaxies, especially their centers, rotate.

2.6. Cyclones, Acceleration of Galaxies, the Increase of the Intensity of Radiation, due to the increase in rotation
Cyclones are responsible for acceleration and deceleration of galactical and stellar rotations (as well as the death of stars [10]).
The influx of hotter matter accelerates the rotation of an object (the influx of stars to the cyclone in the center of a galaxy; related to stars, objects heat up by passing through the atmosphere and photosphere of a star [29] ). It is known that hot and fast-rotating stars are mostly found in nebulae or other matter-enriched space.  Recent appearances of the objects from the outside of our system, A / 2017 U1 [30]  (1I / 2017 U1) [31]  (inclination 122.69°) and C/2012 S1 [32]  (inclination 62,4°) confirm that such events are no rarity even in the space, which is less matter-enriched.
The size of a galaxy (as well as stars) depends on the quantity of matter in the space around it (free stars, the clusters of stars, smaller and larger galaxies with or without a central structure, nebulae, etc.). Galaxies with a faster rotation experience stronger attraction forces and also the possibility to grow faster. That fact alligns them with the galaxies that are younger than those with a slower rotation – if there are similar masses or sizes and similar quantities of matter in their space. The same goes for the stars; the stars with a faster rotation grow faster – if other factors are similar. These similarities are present in our system, too, and are related to the planets with a faster rotation.
The formation of objects and galaxies occurs in a very cold space (the temperatures of 2-3°K ), it supports superconductivity (radiation expands at the speed of ~300.000 km/s), in space, waves and radiation lose their intensity with the growing distanceThe temperatures below 4,216°K (below the boiling point of helium) make it possible for the objects in that zone to move faster – if other conditions are similar – unlike the objects which temperatures are above 4,216°K. At galaxies and stars, these things happen on the edges of these systems, where the results of measuring the speed of objects indicate faster movement than of those objects, which are closer to the center of a system (The proof is accelerating Voyagers).

3.  Dark matter in space and Light
3.1. Dark matter
I give evidence for the connection of dark matter existence by the processes that are visible and measurable inside our system. If a part of space is (almost) empty, without the presence of matter (dark matter), there should exist the following: an even spreading of Sun radiation and independence of the temperature increase  due to radiation. The temperature of space can be observed indirectly. The easiest way to gain the result is to observe the temperature on the dark side of an object (the minimal temperatures).

Table 9. Sun system, temperature deviation, temperatures/ distance

  The body in orbit around the Sun Minimum temperatures °K Distance from the Sun AU

1 Mercury 80 (100 equator) 0,39
2 Moon 100 1
3 Mars 143 1.52
4 Vesta 85 2,36
5. Ceres 168 2,77
6 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko 180 3,46
7 Ganymede 70 5,20
8 Callisto 80±5 5.20
9 Triton 38 30,11
10 Pluto 33 39,48

Table 19. Sun system, temperature deviation, relationship: minimum temperatures °K/distance from the Sun AU.

These measurements of minimal temperatures show deviations from the accepted claims that the intensity of ("termal") radiation decreases with the square distance. Except Mars and Pluto, not all objects have enough quantity of atmosphere, which could cause doubt about the correct way of selecting objects in the example. If a factor of measurement imprecision is also taken into consideration, the deviations are still impossible to be removed as they show that the objects from the examples  1 – 5,20 AU have the same or higher minimal temperatures than Mercury and they are also of the lesser or similar mass. Mercury and Ceres are in a group of objects, which are explored equally well and in details; however, it is shown that the minimal temperature on Ceres is two times higher, even though it should be decreasing, according to the law of radiation intensity decrease with the increase of square distance.
If deviation is excluded and minimal temperatures are observed very roughly, it is obvious that there is a temperature decrease with the increase in distance: Mean Solar Irradiance (W/m2) on Mercury is 9.116,4, Earth  1.366,1, Jupiter 50,5, na Pluto 0,878. [33] 
At the end of our system, the temperature is estimated at less than 4 ° K.
The decrease of radiation intensity is (visually) the most notable when measuring the radiation of stars. The further the objects, the lower the intensity (with regards and correction of mass and temperature of a star). An example of deviation can also be found in the termosphere of our planet (although that example is (partially) solved in the way that a certain quantity of radiation, allocated to a lesser quantity of particles, results with easier temperature rise to higher temperatures). The examples from the table eliminate the claims that radiation dissipate with the increase of space  (67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko is more than 3 AU further from Mercury and its minimal temperature is by 100°K  higher).
Quote: The existence of matter can be observed here, on Earth, too. A balloon, inflated 2-3 km deep under the water surface, will explode just before the surface or on it, due to the air expansion. The similar thing happens to the balloons, which are sent outside the atmosphere – they explode at the maximum altitude of 40 (104) km above the surface of Earth, due to the equalizing the pressures. There are different kinds of matter and different outcomes, but the final outcome is the same: the pressures get equalized. The balloons are moving in the direction, which is opposite to the activity of gravitation and they exclusively abide the law of equalizing the different pressures. The balloons "know" where is the less dense matter inside a volume. end quote [34] 
The termal deviation and the decrease of temperature from a source to the edges of a system indicate that there is a similarity between some processes in space and in the atmosphere (of Earth).  Due to the interaction of radiation with particles of atmosphere and object itself, matter warms up. Space also warms up, due to the activity of the same radiation and without visible matter being present. As radiation waves distance themselves from a source, the intensity of radiation decreases, as well as temperature (both minimal and maximal) of space and visible matter (an object). A similar example can be found on Earth. Water is the warmest on its surface. The lowest temperatures are in the deepest waters, if geological warmings are excluded (hot spots). Energy, different kinds of radiation and visible matter (which does not create its own warmth by geological processes) are very cold. The temperature of visible matter, when sources of radiation are not there at all or when they are too far, tends to be absolute zero (0°K).
Space is the purest vacuum, but only if related to visible matter. According to evidence and definition, vacuum does not create friction which could reduce the intensity of radiation waves. A smaller part of particles in space, when collided by waves of radiation, turn into high-energy particles.
Quote: Different kinds of matter coexist one by the other and the transition from one into the other is more or less defined. That is impossible between matter and vacuum, because the pressures of matter and vacuum always tend to equalize and that is not what can be seen between the atmosphere and vacuum and with the gas (particle) gathering into nebulae, etc.
Right here, just outside (even inside) the atmosphere, there is the kind of matter, which is known to us, which had been defined and its influence on the visible matter calculated – it only remains to be detected. end quote [34] 
If we push water out of a bowl, which is placed under water, it starts moving towards space with a lower pressure. The same thing happens to a balloon filled with helium.

3.2. Light
Light appears on the place of collision between radiation waves and particles. If there is no radiation, or if it is minimal, matter is very cold. If there is no visible matter, space warms up  (80 to 180°K), just as visible matter. An important difference is that space does not produce light in collisions with radiation, no matter the intensity or sort of radiation.
Warmth and light are produced only by visible matter. The light of Sun disappears immediately after leaving the atmosphere of Sun or with the disappearance of visible matter. Temperature drastically falls after leaving the atmosphere, but it does not disappear immediately (80 to 100°K) – it gradually diminishes with the increase of distance through space. It does not matter, whether to name a space between a source and an object as invisible matter or just space. The important fact is that invisible space actively supports the processes that can be recognized in the visible mattter, too.
Space equals complete dark. Light appears only on objects (nebulae,  planets,  etc ). If there is no visible matter, there is no light. Stars (Sun - on the image) do not emit light, stars emit radiation. Light appearance and temperature growth occur in the collision of radiation and visible matter. There is no light immediately outside the atmosphere of Sun. [35] 

4. Conclusion
Rotation and attracting matter create systems. Gravity without the effect of rotation, does not create systems.
The force of attraction (gravity) and the rotation of objects are basic preconditions to create dual or more complex systems (spherical and other groups of stars, galaxies and groups of galaxies). If gravity was the only existing or even dominating force, there would be no universe at all. Without the main creator of all systems – the rotation of objects, which places the falling objects into their orbits – the objects would fall vertically one upon the other. Rotation should not be observed only in the frame of a rotating object, but as a whole of an object and the space, with the attraction forces in it. Not only an object rotates, but the forces within its space rotate with it, too. [36]
 The rotation acts as antigravity. Due to the rotation, the antigravitational forces are changing the course of movement of the incoming objects from straight into round or ellyptic, around the bigger rotating object. In that way, the collapse of the minor part of that mass or these objects, existing in a new way, does not occur.[37]
The rotation creates vortexes and cyclones (at the poles) in the center of galaxies and stars.  Central objects in the centres of the galaxies observe more complex laws that are not based on the physical black holes. Beginning from the stars the size of our Sun, even the low speed rotations cause polar cyclones, which will in time turn into whirlwinds of the galactic size (up to 30 000 light-years). They are able to hold together such a massive objects; the rotation of matter around a whirlwind holds the whole galaxy together. [38]
  Greater distance weakens the intensity (force) of waves (radiation). Lesser intensity of waves is registered as a greater shift into red.
A very important fact needs to be stressed here: although after certain distance only red shift is registered, at the same time – on that and on all other distances – the collisions of galaxies are registered, or the blue shift between the objects in collision . There is an increase of speed along with the weakening of the intensity of waves, but by no means in numbers that are these days taken as an undeniable evidence. The rotation of the clusters of galaxies (speeds of movement by orbits) and the Universe (the rotation) is occurring many times slower. [39] 

Acknowledgments
Madam  Sylvie Wallimann-Crépin's Editorial Committee of EPD Sciences (2004) for the first boost at the beginning of the research.
Professor Zoran Ćoso, University of Zadar, for the translations in English and Russian.
My wife, Ranka Sedić, who funds this independent research.
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[39] W.Duckss http://www.ijser.org/onlineResearchPaperViewer.aspx?Observing-the-Universe-through-colors--blue-and-red-shift.pdf.

Keywords:
Effects of rotation ; Forming a galaxy; Dark matter; Light;

2. Demolition Hubble's law, Big Bang the basis of "modern" and ecclesiastical cosmology

constante

„If two objects are represented by ball bearings and space-time by the stretching of a rubber sheet, the Doppler effect is caused by the rolling of ball bearings over the rubber sheet in order to achieve a particular motion. A cosmological red shift occurs when ball bearings get stuck on the sheet, which is stretched.“ Wikipedia

OK, let's check that on our local group of galaxies (the table from my article „Where did the blue spectral shift inside the universe come from?“)

galaxies, local groups Redshift km/s Blueshift km/s

Sextans B (4.44 ± 0.23 Mly)   300 ± 0  
Sextans A 324 ± 2  
NGC 3109 403 ± 1  
Tucana Dwarf 130 ± ?  
Leo I 285 ± 2  
NGC 6822    -57 ± 2
Andromeda Galaxy   -301 ± 1
Leo II (about 690,000 ly)  79 ± 1  
Phoenix Dwarf 60 ± 30  
SagDIG   -79 ± 1
Aquarius Dwarf   -141 ± 2
Wolf–Lundmark–Melotte   -122 ± 2
Pisces Dwarf    -287 ± 0
Antlia Dwarf 362 ± 0   
Leo A 0.000067  
Pegasus Dwarf Spheroidal    -354 ± 3 
IC 10   -348 ± 1
NGC 185   -202 ± 3
Canes Venatici I ~  31  
Andromeda III   -351 ± 9
Andromeda II   -188 ± 3
Triangulum Galaxy   -179 ± 3
Messier 110   -241 ± 3
NGC 147 (2.53 ± 0.11 Mly)   -193 ± 3
Small Magellanic Cloud 0.000527  
Large Magellanic Cloud - -
M32   -200 ± 6
NGC 205   -241 ± 3
IC 1613   -234 ± 1
Carina Dwarf 230 ± 60  
Sextans Dwarf 224 ± 2  
Ursa Minor Dwarf (200 ± 30 kly)   -247 ± 1
Draco Dwarf   -292 ± 21
Cassiopeia Dwarf   -307 ± 2
Ursa Major II Dwarf   - 116 
Leo IV 130  
Leo V ( 585 kly) 173  
Leo T   -60
Bootes II   -120
Pegasus Dwarf   -183 ± 0
Sculptor Dwarf 110 ± 1  
Etc.    

Something is wrong! It seems that „ ... by the (space-time) stretching of a rubber sheet ...“ not everything is getting stretched. Lots of things are getting reduced and ashamed.
Maybe I have misunderstood Hubble´s law. Indeed: „Objects observed in deep space - extragalactic space, 10 megaparsecs(Mpc) or more - are found to have a red shift, interpreted as a relative velocity away from Earth;“.
It means that if 10 Mpc equals 32,6 millions of light-years then Hubble's law doesn't apply for galaxies and objects, the values of which are more easily determined.
Let's check that on the distances at which Hubble's law should apply:

Galaxy Distance Mly Red shift km/s

NGC 1073 80          kly 1208 ± 5
NGC 1169 114 ± 27 kly 2387 ± 5
NGC 1.600 149,3 kly 4.681

Messier 33 2.38 to 3.07 -179 ± 3  (blue shift)
Messier 32 2.49 ± 0.08 -200 ± 6 
NGC 1569 10,96 ± 0,65 -104
NGC 404 10-13 -48 ± 9

NGC 2976 11,6±1,2  3 ± 5 
NGC 4236 ~11,7 0±2
NGC 3077 12,8±0,7  14 ± 4
NGC 6946 22,5±7,8 48±2

NGC 7320c 35 5.985 ± 9 
NGC 7320 39 (12 Mpc) 786 ± 20
NGC 2541 41 ± 5 548 ± 1
NGC 4178 43 ± 8 377
NGC 4214 44 291 ± 3
M98 44.4 −0.000113 ± 0.000013

Messier 77 47.0  1137 ± 3
NGC 14 47.1 865 ± 1
Messier 88 47 ± 8  2235 ± 4 
IC 3258 48 -0,0015 (-517)

NGC 3949 50  800 ± 1 
NGC 3877 50,5 895 ± 4 
NGC 4088 51,5 ± 4,5  757 ± 1 

NGC 1427A 51,9 (+5,3, -7,7)  2028 ± 1 
NGC 1055 52 994 ± 5 
M86 52 ± 3 -244 ± 5

Messier 61 52.5 ± 2.3  1483 ± 4
NGC 4216 55 131 ± 4 
Messier 60 55 ± 4  1117 ± 6 
NGC 4526 55±5 448 ± 8 
Messier 99 55,7 2407 ± 3 
NGC 4419 56 -0,0009 (-342)
M90 58.7 ± 2.8  −282 ± 4 

Messier 59 60 ± 5 410 ± 6
NGC 4013 60,6 ± 8,1 831 ± 1
Messier 58 62 1517 ± 1 
NGC 4414 62,3  790 ± 5
RMB 56 65,2  -327
NGC 613 67.5 1487
NGC 1427 71±8  1388 ± 3 

NGC 148 85.56 1516
NGC 473 98 2.134
NGC 3370 98 1.279
NGC 3021 ~100 1541
NGC 3244 100 2758

NGC 7007 131,13 3098
NGC 5010 140 2975 ± 27
NGC 7074 140 3476
NGC 9 142 ± 31 4528 ± 10
NGC 922 150 3063
NGC 12 183 3941 ± 4

NGC 127 188 409
NGC 106 199 6.059
NGC 6872 212 4.555 ± 30
NGC 5 212 5111 ± 41
NGC 21 234 ± 29 4770 ± 4

NGC 476 261 6337 ± 126
NGC 7047 270 5811

NGC 965 294 6794 ± 39
NGC 800 300 5.966 
NGC 1128 300 6940 ±20
NGC 90 333.8 ± 146 5353 ± 10

NGC 300 447 9.740
NGC 280 464 3.878
NGC 427 467 10.162

If the first three paragraphs from the table are not accounted for – as these galaxies are below 32,6 Mly – the remaining data still remain the same!
Hubble constant  „For most of the other half of the 20th century, the value was estimated between 50 and 90 (km / s) / Mpc. "Wikipedia (there are several constants today and all of them are about 70 km/s).
There is again something wrong with the law and a constant!  M90 is 58.7 ± 2.8 Mly away and, can you imagine the „miracle“: it has a blue shift of  −282 ± 4 km/s ! 
According to „nobody-knows-whose-constant“, the galaxies that are 32,6 Mly away should possess the speed of some 700 km/s and on the double distance of 65,2 Mly they should have the speed of increasing distance of some 1.400 km/s, etc.

It is interesting that
NGC 1.600 is 149,3 Kly away and its speed is 4.681 km/s, 
NGC 7320c is 35 Mly away and with the speed of (a red shift) 5.985 ± 9,
NGC 5010 that is 469 Mly away has the speed of distancing of  2.975 ± 27, and the galaxy
NGC 280 that is 469 Mly away has the speed of distancing of  3.878!

The guys and girls that measure these values must have missed something or Hubble´s law and the constant don't apply (any value of the constant).

At the distance of 52 ± 3 (M86) there is a blue shift (-244 ± 5 km/s)  that is also present with the galaxy M90 at the distance of 58.7 ± 2.8 (−282 ± 4), while the other galaxies at the same distance (Messier 61, NGC 4216 , Messier 60, NGC 4526, Messier 99 (except NGC 4419 -0,0009 (-342)) are with a positive sign and completely different speeds.
I wonder where „the Doppler effect (caused by the rolling of ball bearings over the rubber sheet in order to achieve a particular motion)“ gets stretched and spread over?
It is impossible to find a galaxy that is under the rule of Hubble's law or some constants (any of them) either.
An average reader's common sense is sufficient to understand that the galaxies in this table also reduce and increase their speeds like in our local group of galaxies.
This may be a characteristic because all the observed galaxies are not in the same direction?
Let's check Virgo Cluster (as there are data for it)

Galaxy Distance Mly Red shift km/s

Messier 98 44.4 −142 ± 4
Messier 88 47 ± 8  2235 ± 4
NGC 4536 48.7 ± 0.9  1808 ± 1
NGC 4527 48.9  1736 ± 1
NGC 4450 ~50 1954 ± 4
NGC 4262 50,0 1359 ± 4
NGC 4550 50.0 381 ± 9
Messier 89 50 ± 3  290 ± 5
NGC 4435 52 0.002638(z)
NGC 4438 52 0.002638(z)
Messier 86 52 ± 3 -244 ± 5
Messier 61 52.5 ± 2.3  1483 ± 4
Messier 87 53.5 ± 1.63 1307 ± 7
Messier 100 55 1571 ± 1
Messier 60 55 ± 4 1117 ± 6
NGC 4654 55.0 1046 ± 5
NGC 4526 55±5 448±8
NGC 4216 55 131 ± 4
Messier 99 55.7  2407 ± 3
Messier 49 55.9 ± 2.3 997 ± 7
NGC 4571 58 ± 11 342 ± 3 
Messier 90 58.7 ± 2.8 −282 ± 4
NGC 4567 59.4 +2.255
NGC 4568 59.4 +2.255
Messier 84 60 ± 3 1060 ± 6
Messier 85 60 ± 4  729 ± 2
Messier 59 60 ± 5  410 ± 6 
Messier 58 62 1517 ± 1
Messier 91 63 ± 16  486 ± 4
NGC 4388 65.10 ± 18.43 2.524
NGC 4651 72.0 788 ± 2

Again, there is nothing in accordance with the constant and Hubble's law! This cluster rotates, too.

„The Virgo Cluster is a cluster of galaxies whose center is 53.8 ± 0.3 Mly (16.5 ± 0.1 Mpc)[2] away in the constellation Virgo.“ Wikipedia

Quote from:
http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.750.3348&rep=rep1&type=pdf
„compiled a list of 65 galaxies in Virgo with VLG < 0 (blue shift).
Designation VLG…(blue shift)

NGC4419 −383
VCC997 −360
KDG132 −100
NGC4438 −43
DSS −0
VCC1129 −105
VCC1163 −564
VCC1175 −118
VCC1198 −470
IC3416 −198
VCC1239 −672
VCC1264 −539
IC3435 −150
VCC1314 −37
IC3445 −470
IC3471 −235
IC3476 −280
IC3492 −604
IC3548 −37
VCC1682 −66
NGC4569 −345
UGC7795 −78
VCC1750 −258
VCC1761 −269
KDG172 −42
VCC1812 −351
VCC1860 −124
IC3658 −69
UGC7857 −7
VCC1909 −16
IC0810 −188
VCC2028 −52
Designation VLG…(blue shift)

IC3036 −126
IC3044 −298
VCC087 −267
NGC4192 −246
NGC4212 −199
VCC181 −267
VCC200 −98
A224385 −204
IC3094 −275
VCC237 −423
IC3105 −284
VCC322 −323
VCC334 −350
VCC501 −224
IC3224 −100
VCC628 −540
VCC636 −113
IC3258 −593
IC3303 −427
VCC788 −3
VCC802 −318
IC3311 −287
VCC810 −470
VCC815 −866
VCC846 −845
NGC4396 −215
VCC877 −212
NGC4406 −374
VCC892 −784
NGC4413 −16
VCC928 −395
IC3355 −126
VCC953 −563

„ end of quotations.

However, if we analyze it roughly, a red shift increases. Why?

„Alternative hypotheses and explanations for the red change, for example, tired light, are generally not seen as acceptable.“

The reducing of light intensity with the distance traveled:
"The interaction of space and radiation directly influences the temperature of an object. On the following objects' surfaces it is as follows: 440°K on Mercury; 288°K on Earth; 152...16 on Jupiter. The space around the objects has the same decreasing curve starting from the Sun towards the end of the system. The same goes for the dark side of the objects. The lowest temperature on Mercury is 100°K, on Uranus 49°K, on Pluto 28°K, in the Oort cloud 4°K. During observation, a compensation for the atmospheric influence and the interior temperature of an object needs to be taken into consideration, as these are the factors of interference when comparative data are being acquired. However, even without doing that, it is completely obvious that a curve of the radiation decreasing effect is in accordance with the distance from the source of radiation."  article

Sunrise and Sunset in Zadar Croatia; W. Duckss          red-moon
article                                                                                              credit

In the image of sunrise and sunset one can see the red spectrum is related to weak intensity waves coming from Sun and not exclusively to the Doppler effect. Weak wave intensity is also seen in the image of the red moon.

One group of scientists loudly shouts as they conduct the measuring:

ULAS J1120+0641 
(at a comoving distance of 28.85 billion light-years) was the first quasar discovered beyond a redshift of 7.
UDFy-38135539
The light travel distance of the light that we observe from UDFy-38135539 (HUF.YD3) is more than 4 billion parsecs (13.1 billion light years), and it has a luminosity distance of 86.9 billion parsecs (about 283 billion light years).
EGS-zs8-1 
The galaxy has a comoving distance (light travel distance multiplied by the Hubble constant, caused by the metric expansion of space) of about 30 billion light years from Earth.
Z8 GND 5296 
Due to the expansion of the universe, this position is now at about 30 billion light-years (9.2 Gpc) (comoving distance) from Earth. 
Q0906 + 6930 
But since this galaxy is receding from Earth at an estimated rate of 285,803 km/s[1] (the speed of light is 299,792 km/s), the present (co-moving) distance to this galaxy is estimated to be around 26 billion light-years (7961 Mpc).  
Etc. …“ article

That group of scientists can't be „stretched“ like „rubber sheet“, but their results, which represent fairy tales that preserve their divine intervention and Big bang, should be „stretched“ (scrutinized)!
„Clusters are the largest known gravitationally bound structures in the universe and were believed to be the largest known structures in the universe until the 1980s, when superclusters were discovered.“

Clusters not only rotate, but they also merge into greater structures and create superclusters, the next whole that also rotates ... “Using the Chandra and Hubble Space Telescopes we have now observed 72 collisions between galaxy clusters, including both ‘major’ and ‘minor’ mergers”.
The authors of Big bang and the constants of spreading the Universe did not know that.

Space objekt Clusters, superclusters, galaxy Distance Mly Red shift

Abell 3526 170,9 0,01140
Abell 3627 221,1 0,01570

The Laniakea Supercluster 250 0,0708
Abell 400 326 0,0244
Abell 1656 336 0,0231

Horologium_Supercluster the nearest part 700 0,063
Abell 754 760 0,0542
Abell 133 763 0,0566

Corona Borealis Supercluster nearest part 946 0,07
Abell 2142 1.234,0 0,0909
Caelum Supercluster the nearest part 1.400 0,126

Saraswati Supercluster 4.000 0,28
CID-42  Quasar 3.900 0,359

Lynx Supercluster 12.900 1,26 & 1,27
Twin Quasar galaxy  8.700 1,413
Einstein Cross 8.000 1,695

EQ J100054+023435 galaxy 12.200 (12,2 Gly) 4,547
z8 GND 5296 galaxy 13.100 7,51
GN-z11 galaxy ~13.400 11,09; +0,08; −0,12

etc. etc …

Can a reader find any sense in their official data and how can they be trusted?

galaxies

Redsfift (z)

Distance billion ly

Km/s  to Earth

M33 -0,000607 2,38-3,07 (Mly) -179± 3
M64 0,001361 24± 7 (Mly) 408±4
CID-42  Quasar 0,359 3,9 89.302
MS 1054-03

0,8321

6,757

246.759

Q2343-BX442

2,1765

10,7

EQ J100054+023435

4.547

12,2

280.919

TN J0924-2201 5,19 12,523  
Q0906 + 6930 5,47 12,3 299,792 
SSA22−HCM1

5,74

12,7

 

HCM-6A 6,56 12,8  
IOK-1 6,96

12,88

 

ULAS J1120+0641 7,085 12,85  
GN-108036 7,2 12,3  
Z8 GND 5296 7,5078±0,0004 13,1 291.622 ± 120 
EGS-zs8-1

7,7 13,04  
UDFy-38135539

8,55 13,1  
Abell 1835 IR1916 10,0 13,2  
MACS0647-JD 10,7 13,3  
GN-z11 11,09 13,4 295.050 ± 119.917
UDFj-39546284 11,9 13,2  

Table from: „Where did the blue spectral shift inside the universe come from?

Generally,  „Empty space does not interact with radiation, it is void.
The radiation of Sun changes through space – its intensity (force) is weakening as the distance from the source is increasing.“   article

The more a space object is distanced (it does not move away, but it rotates in an orbit), the weaker is the wave intensity emitted by the same, analyzed object. The Doppler effect's influence should be strictly separated from the wave intensity weakening and a completely new set of real speed values inside the Universe should be brought about. The speeds in the Universe should be measured only within large wholes like clusters, superclusters, etc., with a modified pattern of the speed increase inside the globular clusters.
10.03.2018.y.

 

3. What is happening to oxygen and hydrogen?

All gaseous planets of our system (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune) lack oxygen – except in traces -  in their impressive atmospheres.
Oxygen has a melting point at -218,79°C and a boiling point at -182,962°C.

I.  The lack of O2
Composition of Jupiter's atmosphere by volume:
89% ± 2.0% hydrogen (H2)
10% ± 2.0% helium (He)

0.3% ± 0.1% methane (CH4)
0.026% ± 0.004% Ammonia (NH3)
0.0028% ± 0.001% hydrogen deuterium (HD)
0.0006% ± 0.0002% ethane (C2H6)
0.0004% ± 0.0004% water (H2O)
Atmospheric temperature of Jupiter at 1 bar is -108 ° C, at 0.1 bar -161 ° C.

"While in conventional observations, sulfur on Jupiter is not detected, the presence of a large number of sulfur-containing compounds, for example, carbon disulphide, allotrope S2 and others, has been established in the products of the explosion. In addition, in numerous spectra of spots on Jupiter there were also identified emission of sodium, magnesium, manganese, iron, silicon atoms; glow of ammonia molecules, carbon monoxide, water, H2S, CS, CS2, S, methane CH4, C2H2, C2H6. Many of these compounds have been observed in comets before. The scientific data on the collision of Comet Shoemaker-Levy-9 with Jupiter will remain a unique material for a long time, perhaps even for millennia. "
http://galspace.spb.ru/index452-2.html

Saturn has a composition of atmospheres by volume:
96.3 ± 2.4% hydrogen (H2)
3.25 ± 2.4% helium (He)
0.45 ± 0.2% methane (CH4)

0.0125 ± 0.0075% ammonia (NH3)
0.0110 ± 0.0058% hydrogen deuterium (HD)
0.0007 ± 0.00015% ethane (C2H6)
Ices:
ammonia (NH3)
water (H2O)
ammonium hydrosulfide (NH4SH)
The saturated atmosphere temperature is -139 ° C (1 bar), -189 ° C (0.1 bar).

Uranus has a composition of atmospheres by volume:
83 ± 3% hydrogen (H2)
15 ± 3% helium (He)
2.3% methane (CH4)

0.009% (0.007-0.015%) hydrogen deuterium (HD)
Ices:
ammonia (NH3)
water (H2O)
ammonium hydrosulfide (NH4SH)
methane hydrate
Uranium atmospheric temperature is -197.2 ° C (1 bar), -220 ° C.

Neptune's atmosphere composition by volume is:
80% ± 3.2% of hydrogen (H2)
19% ± 3.2% helium (He)
1.5% ± 0.5% methane (CH4)

~ 0.019% hydrogen deuterium (HD)
-0.00015% Ethane (C2H6)
Ices:
ammonia (NH3)
water (H2O)
ammonium hydrosulfide (NH4SH)
methane led (?) (CH? 5.75 H 2 O)
The Neptune atmosphere temperature by volume is -201 ° C (1

Titan moon has a chemical composition of atmospheres by volume:
Stratosphere:
98.4% nitrogen (N2),
1.4% methane (CH4),
0.2% hydrogen (H2);
Lower Tropospheres:
95.0% N2,
4.9% CH4;

(97% N2,
2.7 ± 0.1% CH4,
0.1-0.2% H2)
The temperature on Titan (Saturn Moon) is -179.5 ° C.

Science claims there are oceans of water on the moon of Europa. The chemical composition of water is H2O. The existence of water implies the existence of O2. Europa has no atmosphere (0.1 µPa (10−12 bar)).
Surface temperatures on Europa range from  -223°C to -125°C (Ø -171,15°C). The average temperature of -171,15°C is above the boiling point of oxygen, which is -182,962°C. Therefore: if there was O2 on the moon of Europa, it would be in its atmosphere, notwithstanding the process of removing O2 from the atmosphere, due to low temperatures (~-223°C) (the melting point of O2 is -218,79°C and its boiling point is -182,962°C). It goes without saying that all of the free H2 would remain in the atmosphere because there is no process of removing H2 (the melting point of H2 is -259,16°C and its boiling point is -252,879°C).
Jupiter has 89% ± 2.0% of hydrogen (H2 ) in its atmosphere, with the pressure of  0,1 bar and the temperature of -161°C.

II.  The lack of H2
„The minimal temperature on Mars is -143°C, while the average and maximal one are -63°C and +35°C respectively. The chemical composition of its atmosphere is:
carbon-dioxide 95,97%;
argon 1,93%;
nitrogen 1,89%;
oxygen 0,146%;
carbon-monoxide 0,0557%,
which in total makes 99,9917% of the elements and compounds, present in its atmosphere.
(The geological composition of the Mars surface: Mars is a terrestrial planet, consisting of the minerals of silicon and oxygen, metals and other elements that usually form rocks. The plagioclase feldspar NaAlSi3O8 to CaAl2Si2O8; pyroxenes are silicon-aluminium oxides with Ca, Na, Fe, Mg, Zn, Mn, Li replaced with Si and Al; hematite Fe2O3, olivine (Mg+2, Fe+2)2SiO4; Fe3O4 .“4

Venus has a chemical composition of atmospheres by volume:
96.5% Carbon Dioxide (CO2)
3.5% nitrogen (N2)

0.015% sulfur dioxide
0.007% argon
0.002% water vapor
0.0017% carbon monoxide
0.0012% helium
0.0007% neon
trace carbonyl sulfide
a trace of hydrogen chloride
hydrogen fluoride trace
Venus temperature is 462 ° C.

The earth has a composition of atmospheres by volume:
78.08% nitrogen (N2 dry air)
20.95% Oxygen (O2)
0.930% argon
0.0402% carbon dioxide
~ 1% water vapor (air-variable)
Surface temperature on Earth is -89.2 to 56.9 ° C.

comet1
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comet

In its beginning, every (historic) object is a comet. When an object has made enough number of orbits near a star, it has lost the most of its volatile elements. The objects with a minimum of volatile elements are called asteroids or solid (rocky) objects. Those objects that have not been approaching closer to a star possess the elements' structure of the lower order, which is typical for a cold or colder space. These elements are directly related to the temperature  (operating temperature) which exists in the space around and on such objects. Therefore, there are objects that are formed in a cold space without approaching a star and there are objects, the structures of which are formed in the interaction with a star. Within these two types there is the heating of an object, due to the increase of its mass (the forces of pressure) and due to the actions of tidal forces. These objects, which possess a melted interior (Jupiter, Neptune, Earth, Venus), create their broad chemical structure and their heat on their own. Furthermore, chemical complexity is influenced by the rotation around the axis (the temperature differences of day and night), the temperature differences on and off the poles, geological and volcanic activity (cold and hot outbursts of matter), etc. Planets emit more energy than they get in total from their stars (Uranus emits the least (1,06±0,08), Neptune 2,61(1,00 stands for zero emission of its own), while Venus emits the most of its own energy and has the most significant volcanic (hot) activity in our system).
The lack of O2 points out that extreme cold does not favor the appearance of that element. It gets replaced by N2. A lack of H2 points out that an object has been near a star for a long time. The photo above shows the process of removing volatile elements and compounds (those with low operating temperatures) from an object.
The objects closer to a star have an abundance of oxygen in the atmosphere and on the surface. The lack of hydrogen is particularly seen on Mars4, since there isn't any in the atmosphere or on the surface. The more distant planets have a lack of oxygen and big amounts of hydrogen (on smaller objects, like Titan or Pluto, it gets replaced by N2 and hydrogen compounds (CH4, CxHx, NH3, etc.)).

The appearance of  O2 requires relatively higher temperatures (closer to 0°C and higher) and more significant geological activities. Such an example is present on Io, one of the moons of Jupiter.

Io is a small object exposed to strong tidal forces of Jupiter and Europa; it possesses a very thin atmosphere which  „ranges from 3.3 × 10−5 to 3 × 10−4 pascals (Pa) or 0.3 to 3 nbar”. With 90% of SO2 in the atmosphere there are also free O2 (and SO, NaCl). As time goes by, O2 is going to increase its share because the average temperatures on Io are 20° higher than its boiling point. SO2 has a melting point at -72°C and the boiling point at -10°C, so the low temperatures (ranging from -180°C to – 140°C) remove it quickly from the atmosphere.

This model needs to be applied to the exoplanets, with a footnote that:
„The objects keep growing all the time (they get bigger). When an object reaches a certain level of mass (<10% of the Solar mass), it grows into a star (“the objects to shine. They start shining when they reach a sufficient mass if they are in a distant orbit or are independent, or when they reach a sufficient mass and the effects of the gravitational forces if they are closer to the central object (the most often, to a star). Earlier, people were taught that for an object to become a star, it would be sufficient to reach 10% of Sun's mass. Now, the ever-improving technology is providing more and more new evidence to change that mass level. That mass level has become even more blurred through the discovery of exoplanets and more detailed observation of brown dwarfs, because the mass level was unable to provide the needed answers”) 6. In the previous period, such an object still has a crust and develops life (with the obligatory condition of rotation), since for the long period of time, very intensive geological processes take place on such an object, which is not dependent on zones; it could be placed on the distance of Jupiter and Neptune. The evidence to support the claim can be found in the observations of brown dwarfs. According to the new criteria, Earth and Venus are also able to be considered as such objects.” 5  


21.02.2018.y.

 

4. How are the spiral and other types of galaxies formed?

The goal of this article is to prove the formation of galaxies via rotation of objects around their axis, with the strict abiding of the law of universal gravitation.
Rotation of objects (smaller objects, stars, galaxies,...) is analysed through the effects of rotation 1 in the formation of objects and in processes that follow, due to: the rotation around the axis; the effects on the other orbiting objects or on binary objects; the effect of rotation on the displacement of an incoming object into the orbit; the influence of the speed of rotation on the quantity and mass of particles and objects orbiting around a main object 2; its influence on the radius, temperature, and accordingly on the color and surface gravity of a star 3 4

The beginning of the formation of galaxies can be recognized in the planetary and stellar systems. The rotation of a central object makes it possible for a small quantity of objects5 and other matter to overpower the forces of attraction of the central object and to keep existing in their orbits around it (the objects that are locked down by their tidal forces or that posses an extremely slow rotation, i.e. they have no independent rotation – they don't have other objects orbiting around themselves; for example: Mercury, Venus and the majority of satellites).

The hierarchy within the universe, relating the objects within it, is as follows:

Not before we consider all these factors can we understand the relations within the universe and towards the universe itself, as a whole, in a logical, meaningful and simple manner.“

kako-nastaju-galaksije   

It is a very widespread occurrence that a central object consists of almost all of the system matter (to 99% of the total system matter). The constant activity of rotation and gravity leads to the creation6 of binary systems, but also to the melting of smaller and larger objects that are on the same orbit. Melting occurs when two or more objects share the same trajectory, direction (orbit) and have the same speeds in the orbit, where the forces of attraction cannot significantly influence it.     

„Opposite to the process of rotation there is the approaching of an object to the poles of a central object, where there are no orbits created, but only collisions of the incoming objects with the central object. These objects also have a speed, just as the objects that approach straight or with an inclination towards the equator do, but these speeds neither create orbits (new evidence, confirmation 11, 12), nor there are observations to support such claims. If there is no rotation, there is also no orbit, no matter what the speed of the incoming object is.“ 6

The forces of attraction and the rotation of stars firstly form binary systems. Since rotation and the force of attraction are constant processes, binary systems grow into clusters (there are ~150 of the globular stellar clusters).

With the increase in a cluster's mass, some of these binary systems overcome the balance of stable orbit around the central object and their orbits start to distance themselves (the process of Earth / Moon).  By distancing themselves from the center of galaxy and the entrance of a stellar cluster into the outer edge of the galaxy, the rotation increases its speed due to very low temperatures (below 4,216°K 7) and the objects turn into a disc-shape form. They (now already dwarf galaxies) become long-lasting companions of the galaxy, as their fast growth is ended once they are out.

There are also „two ways of creating galaxies with their recognizable rotating center. The first is that a star with a higher speed of rotation survives all the challenges of the dynamic universe and sufficiently increases its mass so that the number of objects in its orbit can be considered a further growing galaxy.

The other is to create a cyclone out of gas or invisible matter inside the irregular galaxy and with the assistance of rotation. That cyclone turns the irregular galaxy into a regular one.

The similarity of these ways is obvious, because even the fast-rotating stars, just as all the rest, have a cyclone in the center, from one pole to the other. A switch of poles occurs when there are slower cyclones on the stars; the cyclones then fail to reach one another. Due to that, matter on the poles rotates faster than the one in the center, in the equatorial area. Faster rotation balances an object and alternating switches of poles are then unexpected.“ 8

This implies the existence of no less than two types of galaxy centers, which structurally differ from each other. The first type is created by the growth of stellar clusters and the start of cyclones in the center of an irregular galaxy, while the other is gaseous-liquid and is formed by the stellar growth.  With the increase  of the rotation speed and the formation of cyclones in the center, the first type galactic centers overgrow into a gaseous-liquid form (this implies the existence of transitional phases). (Addition 1)

The rotation speed of a galactic center determins the form of a galaxy an the ongoing processes.

A very fast cyclone rotation (in an elliptical galaxy) creates huge friction, whichheats up matter; that can be seen on quasars (Addition 1) and very fast-rotating small objects (stars) through the emission of radiation that takes place on the poles.

„The stars with a very fast rotation around their axes have an increased emission of radiation at their poles, which sometimes can vary, due to the increased influx of matter into cyclone or a faster whirl 1116.  
The layers and matter inside a star create friction, due to the different speeds of layers’ rotation. „
8a (Table no7)

A vast number of stars and other matter (the center of a galaxy), when rotating around the common center, act as a single body, related to the rest of the galaxy.
A cluster of a very large number of stars around the same center creates a common gravity, where the stars act as a single body (it stands for the mass of the center, to 99 % of the total galactic mass), around which a famous disc of stellar systems, gas, etc., is created.

A slow rotation of a galactic center (as in the stellar clusters) does not create a recognizable center (the center looks more like the ones of close binary systems), while the fast rotation creates the center that ranges from the northern to the southern pole of the center.  

The speed of rotation of a galaxy center, together with mass and quantity of stars and other matter in space, determines the form and the size of a galaxy (Jupiter... / Mars,... on planets, their environment temperature also has the influence to it). The center of a regular galaxy without a recognizable center rotates faster on the surface (equator) than on its center (just as in a part of globular stellar clusters). With the high speeds of rotation in the center that stretches from one pole to the other, the speed decreases in the direction of the surface  of the galaxy center, all the way to the edge of galaxy, when, due to the low temperatures (below 4,216°K), there is an increase of speed of the border objects (like in the Oort cloud9). The decreasing speeds of the orbiting objects into the depth, like in our system, also contribute to the form of a galaxy, and these are the conditions in which the allignment of planets (the stars in a galaxy) can take place, etc. (November 2017.)

The speed of rotation is not exclusively responsible for the size of an object (a galaxy, a star,...) because a fast rotation is a characteristic of both dwarf and giant galaxies. The same goes for a slow rotation. The same principle applies to stars. There are big stars with different speeds of rotation, and the same goes for small stars. There are hot stars with very small mass, but there are also hot giant stars. The same applies to cold stars and those stars, which temperatures are somewhere in between.

The speed of rotation affects the form of a galaxy and more dynamic processes inside such galaxies. With the increase of speed of rotation (including faster orbits of stars and changing the structure in the centers of galaxies) there is also the increase of intensity and quantity of radiation coming from the openings of a cyclone on the poles of a central structure of our galaxy.

If the diameters of a galactical central object are estimated to be a few tens of thousands of light-years ("The nature of the Milky Way's bar is actively debated, with estimates for its half-length and orientation spanning from 1 to 5 kpc (3,000–16,000 ly)" or 40 thousand ly on the equator and 30 thousands ly (according to some other sources) from a pole to the other one. It's diameter: "the size of a super-massive black hole is ~ 0,001-400 AU" – there is a disparity between a central point (a black hole should be there) and a pole of the central structure of a galaxy (different occurrences and the beginning of different radiation emissions are measured there). The distance from the horizons (poles) and the center is 1.500 to 15.000 ly and more, when giant galaxies with a very fast rotation are discussed.

The emissions of radiation are measured on the poles that are 3.000 to 30.000 ly and more far from each other and that proves the existence of cyclones (cyclones and whirls on stars). Cyclones (the eye of a cyclone) are the places of occurrence for all occurrences that have ever been measured (radiation emissions, star formations, etc.). Their existence have been confirmed on the poles of Sun, Jupiter, Saturn, etc. They are formed due to the rotation of an object – and galaxies, especially their centers, rotate. 

Cyclones are responsible for acceleration and deceleration of galactical and stellar rotations (as well as the death of stars).
The influx of hotter matter accelerates the rotation of an object (the influx of stars to the cyclone in the center of a galaxy; related to stars, objects heat up by passing through the atmosphere and photosphere of a star). It is known that hot and fast-rotating stars are mostly found in nebulae or other matter-enriched space.  Recent appearances of the objects from the outside of our system, A / 2017 U1 (1I / 2017 U1) (inclination 122.69°) and C/2012 S1 (inclination 62,4°) confirm that such events are no rarity even in the space, which is less matter-enriched.

The size of a galaxy (as well as stars) depends on the quantity of matter in the space around it (free stars, the clusters of stars, smaller and larger galaxies with or without a central structure, nebulae, etc.). Galaxies with a faster rotation experience stronger attraction forces and also the possibility to grow faster. That fact alligns them with the galaxies that are younger than those with a slower rotation – if there are similar masses or sizes and similar quantities of matter in their space. The same goes for the stars; the stars with a faster rotation grow faster – if other factors are similar. These similarities are present in our system, too, and are related to the planets with a faster rotation.

The formation of objects and galaxies occurs in a very cold space (the temperatures of 2-3°K ), it supports superconductivity (radiation expands at the speed of ~300.000 km/s), in space, waves and radiation lose their intensity with the growing distance. The temperatures below 4,216°K (below the boiling point of helium) make it possible for the objects in that zone to move faster – if other conditions are similar – unlike the objects which temperatures are above 4,216°K. At galaxies and stars, these things happen on the edges of these systems, where the results of measuring the speed of objects indicate faster movement than of those objects, which are closer to the center of a system.

Conclusion: galaxies are created by the ongoing attraction of stars (objects) and the rotation, which is a creator of all systems in Universe. All processes are in accordance with the laws of physics, without hypothetical assumptions for the emptinesses to exist and to be filled (hypothetical objects of the extreme density) and the use of dark matter (dark matter is a means in which all processes take place, but it does not significantly influence them).10

 08.23.2018.y.
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Addition 1

Rotation
quotes

Contrary to

  • Andromeda Galaxy  is a spiral galaxy; 2.5 million light-years from Earth
  • The rotational velocity has a maximum value of 225 kilometres per second 
  • UGC 12591 (400 million light yearsaway from the Earth)
  • it is the spiral galaxy with the highest known rotational speed[3] of about 500 km/s, almost twice that of our galaxy, the Milky Way. ( citirati NASA)
  • Milky Way  spiral galaxy  Stars and gases at a wide range of distances from the Galactic Center orbit at approximately 220 kilometers per second. The constant rotation speed

Size of galaxys

Contrary to

Table (No 7) from my Article: „Reassessment of the old but still employed theories of Universe through database checking

Star Mass Sun 1 Radius Sun 1 Temperature K Rotation speed km/s

Stars with slow rotation
Arcturus
 
1,08
 
25,4
 
4.286
 
>2,4 
R Doradus 1,2 370± 50 2.740 340 day
HD 220074 1,2 49.7 ± 9.5 3.935 3
Kappa Persei 1,5 9 4.857 3
Aldebaran 1,5 44,2 3.910 634 day
Hamal 1,5 14,9 4.480 3,44
Iota Draconis 1,82 11,99 4.545 1,5
Pollux 2,04 8,8 4.666 2,8
Beta Ursae Minoris 2,2 42,6 4.030 8
Beta Andromedae 3-4 100 3.842 7,2
Betelgeuse

Fast-rotating stars

11,6 887 ±203  3.590 5

 

WR 102 19 0,39 210.000 120
IK Pegasi 1,65 1,6 7.000/35.000 <32,5
Alpha Pegasi 4,72 3,51 9.765 125
η Aurigae 5,4 3,25 17.201 95
Eta Ursae Majoris 6,1 3,4 16.823 150
Spica secondary 6,97 3,64 18.500 87
Spica secondary 10,25 7,7 22.400 199
Gamma Cassiopeiae 17 10 25.000 432
Zeta Puppis 22,5 – 56,6 14-26 40.000-44.000 220
S Monocerotis 29,1 9,9 38.500 120
Alnilam 30-64,5 28,6-42 27.000 40-70
Alnitak Aa 33 ± 10 20.0 ± 3.2 29.000 110 ± 10
HD 5980 C 34 24 34.000 120
HD 5980 A 61 24 45.000 250
HD 93250 83,3 15,9 46.000 130
HD 269810 130 18 52.500 173
VFTS 682 150 22 52.200±2.500 200
Melnick 42 189 21,1 47.300 240
R136a2  195 23,4 53.000 200
R136a1 315 28,8-35,4 53.000±3.000 -

 

5. Why Atmospheres of Stars Lack Metals?

There is an ongoing discussion on this topic on www.unexplained-mysteries.com/forum  

Inside this process there is a process of growth and disintegration of elements, which is related to temperature and rotation. The atoms of the lower order are generally present on smaller objects: asteroids, comets and the majority of satellites and smaller planets. When an object’s mass is sufficiently increased, given other forces, too, it becomes geologically active. Its temperature grows inside and outside its crust, due to the formation of heated core. The atoms of the higher order are created under these conditions. The more active and warm a planet is, the higher is the presence of the higher order elements. However, at certain point temperature begins to destroy (disintegrate) higher elements.
As temperature gets higher, a variety of elements gets poore

The topic of this article is evaporation of atoms and compounds inside hot objects.
Strictly speaking, when temperature rises above the point when an atom shifts into the gaseous state, the atom goes into the atmosphere. Atmosphere is the best indicator of a hot object's composition. It is not the case on Earth.   

At the bottom of sea or ocean, there are hot spots, where water gets heated far above the boiling point, but water does not evaporate. Heated water gets cooled down fast, as it moves towards the surface. 3  Aerated water, mostly created on the surface layer by heat waves from Sun,  goes into the atmosphere.
On the moon of Io, SO2 from cold volcanoes does not create an atmosphere due to the low temperatures on the surface (minimal surface temperature 90°K, average one is 110°K and maximal one is 130°K) and above the moon's surface. The low temperatures immediately crystallize SO2 (its boiling point is 263°K, melting point is 201°K) and thus make it return to the moon's surface.4 
There are elements and compounds inside lava and magma that are incompatible with a liquid state, because their boiling points, as well as the melting points, are higher than the temperatures of lava (SiO2, MgO, Al2O3, TiO2 etc.).

  Melting point °C   Boiling point °C % crust of the Earth
% mantle of the Earth
Zemlje
  Melting point °C  Boiling point °C % crust of the Earth % mantle of the Earth
SiO2    1.713    2.950 60,2 46 Si 1.410 2.355 27,7 21,5
Al2O3    2.072    2.977 15,2 4,2 Al 660,35 2.467 8,1 2,2
CaO    2.613    2.850 5,5 3,2 Ca 839 1484 3,6 2,3
MgO    2.825    3.600 3,1 37,8 Mg 648,85 1.090 1,5 22,8
FeO    1.377    3.414 3,8 7,5 Fe 1.535 2750 5,0 5,8
Na2O    1.132    1.950 3 0,4 Na 97,81 882,95 2,8 0,3
K2O      740       - 2.8 0,04 K 63,65 774 2,6 0,03
Fe2O3  1.539 -  1.565 Not Available 2.5   Fe 1.535 2750    
H2O    0   100 1,4  (1,1)   H -259,14 -252,87    
CO2    -56 Sublimation -78,5 1,2   O -218,35 -182,96 46,6 44,8
TiO2    1.843    2.972 0,7   Ti 1.660 3.287    
P2O5 sublimes    360 0,2   P 44,15 280 P4    
Sunce  He 24,85 % , H 73,46% , O 0,77% , C 0,29% , other 0,53%   He -272,20 -268,934    

Why there are elements and compounds in the melted matter that have boiling and melting points above the temperatures  of lava and magma (why there are compounds in lava that have melting points far below the temperature of lava)?
The temperature of lava is from 500°C to 1 600°C („Magmas of komatiitic compositions have a very high melting point, with calculated eruption temperatures in excess of 1600 °C.” 5). The temperature of mantle is 500 – 900°C, and of the core 4 000°C (the average thickness of mantle is 2 886 km).    
If that matter is coming out of core,  2 886 km is by many times enough for it to gets cooled down, especially if a time frame is taken into account (most of the volcanoes are inactive for centuries). High temperatures in the core dissolve the elements with high quantity of protons into the elements with lower quantity of protons (from the table: Fe has 26, Ti 22, K 19, the most commonly found Si has 14 protons (oxygen has 8 protons)).
Complex atoms are created inside the crust of Earth due to the action of different temperatures (between mantle and crust) and pressure. Furthermore, oxides are created by the constant influx of oxygen and carbohydrates by the influx of hydrogen (CH4, CxHx). The compound of oxygen and hydrogen is water, etc.

Lava is mostly created by compounds that are in the solid state on the temperatures of lava  
"( Al Si 8 - Na Al Si 8 - Ca Al Si 8 (Feldspars), respectively MgO Melting point 2,825 °C, boiling point 3,600 °C,  Al2O3  2,072 °C/2,977 °C; SiO2 1,713 °C/2,950 °C; TiO2 1,843 °C/ 2,972 °C, CaO 2.613 °C/2886 °C, FeO 1.377 °C/3.414 °C, Na2O 1132 °C/1.950 °C  etc., which is best demonstrated in the presence ratio of the two compound groups:
Anorthosite je Ca Al Si 8 . 90-100 /Na Al Si 8  0-10 via bytovnit 79-90 /30-10 labradorite 50-70 / 50-30, Oligoclase 10-30 / 90-70, albit 0-10 /100-90, or
Basalt generally has a composition of 45–55 wt% SiO2, 2–6 wt% total alkalis, 0.5–2.0 wt% TiO2, 5–14 wt% FeO and 14 wt% or more Al2O3. Contents of CaO are commonly near 10 wt%, those of MgO commonly in the range 5 to 12 wt%,
Granite: SiO2 72,04% (silika gel), Al2O3 14,42% (glinica), K2O 4,12%, Na2O 3,69%, CaO 1,82%, FeO 1,68%, Fe2O3 1,22%, MgO 0,71%, TiO2  0,30%, P2O5 0,12%, MnO 0,05%  etc.).

The explanation that granite turns liquid at low temperatures with the pressure of a few atmospheres does not explain why it is in a liquid state in lava at the pressure of one atmosphere.

Volatile elements and compounds (the boiling points of which are below the temperature of lava) evaporate from lava, but, because of low temperatures that are lower (for example, lava is 1 200°C, air is 15°C, melting point of magnesium is 648,85°C and boiling point is 1 090°C; instead of evaporating into atmosphere, magnesium particles get cooled down by low temperatures and they stay on the lava surface (which affects the level of lava viscosity: lower temperatures have smaller quantity of elements and compounds that change their state from liquid into gaseous and vice versa; with the increase of temperature, that quantity increases and viscosity decreases)) and the process goes on until a particle of magnesium becomes a compound of MgO, with the melting point of  2 825°C and boiling point of  3 600°C (or it only stays as Mg, in the process of hardening and cooling down the lava).

Let us have a look at this from the viewpoint of subduction and spreading away of the tectonic plates. If there is a process of creating melted matter by friction in the subduction of plates (convergent boundaries) and the results are volcanoes – then why in the process of spreading away of plates (divergent boundaries) there is melted matter? Two opposite processes create the same outcomes and provide a simple answer: there is melted matter (magma) under ther crust.
I am hereby stopping any further discussion of providing evidence for the process of creating and existing of the oxide compounds, etc., although they (evidence) are almost obvious by themselves, when the comparison of Sun's and Earth's compositions is done.


Sun photospheric composition (by mass)

Melting point °C

Boiling point °C
Hydrogen 73.46% -259,14 -252,87
Helium 24.85% -272,20 -268,934
Oxygen 0.77% -218,35 -182,96
Carbon 0.29% 3.547,00 4.827,00
Iron 0.16% 1.535,00 2.750,00
Neon 0.12% -248,67 -246,05
Nitrogen 0.09% -209,86 -195,75
Silicon 0.07% 1.410,00 2.355,00
Magnesium 0.05% 648,85 1.090,00
Sulfur 0.04% 112,85 444,674

Average density of Sun 1,408 g/cm3
Temperature photosphere : 5.772 K

Today, the relation of pressure with density and temperature does not exist, but to the opposite, that the increase of pressure gets matter diluted and density decreases.
The accepted theories (for Sun) suggest that pressure for a matter layer, which is 552.000 km thick, and with the gravity of the object, which mass is ~2 x1030 kg, results in the density of 0,2 g/cm2 (radiative zone), and, as the opposite to this, there is the pressure inside the core of Earth, which is  5.100-6.378 km deep under the surface, and with the gravity of the object, which mass is ~6 x 1024 kg, results in the density of 12,8-13,1 g/cm2. This (the relation of accepted theories) does not sound convincing and it is not justified by science.

Accepting that: 
Growth doesn’t stop with atoms; on the contrary, joining goes on. Through joining, chemical reactions and combined, gas, dust, sand, the rocks named asteroids and comets, etc., are all created. Even further, planets are created the same way. Then, when planets grow to the 10% of Sun’s mass, they become stars, which can be really gigantic (super-giants).
Millions of craters scattered around the objects of our Solar system are the evidence of objects’ growth. Constant impacts of asteroids into our atmosphere and soil are the evidence of these processes being uninterrupted today, just the same as it used to be in any earlier period of the past. It is estimated that 4 000 – 100 000 tons of extraterrestrial material falls yearly to Earth


the processes on and in the stars are similar to the processes on melted planets and other minor objects. Interiority of a star is a mix of matter, which is chemically less diverse (both in quantity and diversity) than lava (magma). 
Due to the long-term exposure of more complex atoms and compounds to the temperatures above their boiling points, they get dissolved into atoms of hydrogen, helium, oxygen (~73/24/1/).      
M type of stars (fraction of all main-sequence stars 76.45%), due to temperatures of 2 400–3 700°K can have on their surfaces, the majority of oxides, existing in lava nad magma on Earth, are in a liquid state. The expected diversity of chemical compounds will be lower, but the readings of compound presence will be lower, because the layer above a star is colder than the boiling points of atoms and compounds; here they get crystallized and fall on the surface.
Inside stars (melted objects), hot matter constantly tends to move towards the surface, but it gets slowed down by high pressure and rotation in layers, so it gets cooled down.
The hottest place on a star is its center. Matter that is melted above the boiling point moves towards the colder surface and even colder atmosphere. Because of the high temperatures, the photosphere and atmosphere (4 100°K on Sun) should be full of heavy metals, but they are not.
A problem here is that surfaces of a part of stars (F, A, B, O, WR, white dwarfs (Sun 5.500°C, Sirius 9.940°K, WR 2 141.000 , etc.)) are also above the boiling points of atoms; here, the process occurs on the edge of a cold surrounding outside the visible matter. If the cores of stars (Sun...) were created of heavy metals (iron,...), they would have been proportionally represented on the surface and atmosphere of a particular star.   
The claims that there is a radioactive disintegration need to be dismissed as incredible; more than half a million of people live only around Vesuvius in Italy and they are not irradiated. Lava can be hot, but never radioactive (low radiation that exist in the lava is considered that they are not harmful to people and life).
Radioactive elements and compounds are present in the crust of Earth. Lava can go through that matter and demonstrate radioactivity, but that does not provide evidence of magma being radioactive. Plates and volcanoes move.
The conduct of matter in blast furnaces for melting iron is known; therefore, it is also known that hot mass is dislocating, which means that radioactive elements should be equally present in lava now and 4,5 billion of years earlier – but, they are not "(Ultramafic (picritic): SiO2 <45%, Fe-Mg> 8% and up to 32% MgO, temperature up to 1500°C))".
The mass which creates pressure and the effects of the gravitational forces of Sun are responsible for the melted core. That is the reason why Venus is more warm than Earth and has more active volcanoes, although it is smaller than Earth.
Therefore, there are convincing and verifiable evidence for the objects to shine. They start shining when they reach a sufficient mass if they are in a distant orbit or are independent, or when they reach a sufficient mass and the effects of the gravitational forces if they are closer to the central object (the most often, to a star). Earlier, people were taught that for an object to become a star, it would be sufficient to reach 10% of Sun's mass. Now, the ever-improving technology is providing more and more new evidence to change that mass level.
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6. The influence of rotation of stars on their radius, temperature...

 

The goal of this article is to prove a universal principle  of causal correlation between the rotation of a star with its temperature and radius. Instead of tables, links leading to them or towards an encyclopedia or other published articles are given here.  

„A rotation is a circular movement of an object around a center (or point) of rotation. A three-dimensional object always rotates around an imaginary line called a rotation axis. If the axis passes through the body's center of mass, the body is said to rotate upon itself, or spin. ..
Mathematically, a rotation is a rigid body movement which, unlike a translation, keeps a point fixed.” 1  

Stars are not solid objects, their rotation can be analyzed with the average density of some 1,4 g/cm3, which is 40% more than the density of water (“lava is a liquid usually at temperatures from 700 to 1,200 °C ..  lava can be up to 100,000 times more viscous than water” 2).
Due to the rotation of a larger object (a galaxy, a cluster of galaxies, ...), stars have their own orbital speed, to which the orbital speed of the galaxy inside the local group and cluster of galaxies is added; it positions stars as very dynamic fluid objects.  
The rotation of a liquid object, which, with these already mentioned things, has different temperatures in the parts of layers, as well as between the layers in depth and there are also different speeds of rotation on the surface layer of a star on the equator and on the poles, cannot be analyzed as the rotation of a solid object (“Lava can be hot, but never radioactive (low radiation that exist in the lava is considered that they are not harmful to people and life). The conduct of matter in blast furnaces for melting iron (and spots on the Sun, volcanoes) is known; therefore, it is also known that hot mass is dislocating, which means that radioactive elements should be equally present in lava now and 4,5 billion of years earlier – but, they are not”) 7.
With chemical composition, the speed of rotation determines the force of magnetic field (a larger mass does not create more significant effects here; Jupiter (1.8986×1027 kg) has a stronger magnetic field than Sun (1.98855x1030 kg) (“Jupiter's magnetic field is fourteen times as strong as that of Earth, ranging from 4.2 gauss (0.42 mT) at the equator to 10–14 gauss (1.0–1.4 mT) at the poles, making it the strongest in the Solar System (except for sunspots”)), although it has a lower density (1.326 g/cm3) than Sun(1.408 g/cm3).

Fast-rotating objects, white dwarfs and blue stars 3  {(There are higher and lower limits of density. Matter constantly tends to be less dense ( Sun 1,408 g/cm3); from the total amount of stars in Milky Way, 96,15% are the stars of the classes M, K and G with low temperatures, up to ~ 6.000 K. Very small, even insignificant part of them are extremely hot, hot and warm stars, 3,85% (class O making only ~0,00003%) and with the white dwarfs probably following this percentage. 5) (If type F is added to types M, K and G, then these are almost all stars in Milky Way, except ~0,73003%  of fast-rotating stars.)}, a Wolf-Rayet star ( WR 2   “the exact rotation rate is not known. Estimates range from 500 km/s;  WR 46  “The terminal velocity of the stellar wind reaches 2450 km/s“  etc.),  pulsars, so-called neutron stars, generally have a negative ratio of the radius in the mass/radius relation (Sun = 1), and the opposite goes for the low-speed rotation stars  (M, K and G type of stars, which make  96,15 % from the total amount of stars in our galaxy3,  4), they have a positive ratio of this relation5,6,7,. It needs to be stressed that “It should not be recommended to reduce the analysis of the influence of factors to the stars on mass, radius, temperature and the rotation of object around the axis.. Temperature and radiance are also affected by the tidal forces from the bigger or smaller binary effect, environment, the density of gas (layers) between the observer and a star, the speed of outer matter influx to the object, especially into a whirl or cyclone on the poles of a star (over 140 tons of space matter is falling daily to the surface of Earth), different sums of the mass and rotation effects to the small and big stars” 5 with the comment that evidence suggest that the stars outside nebulae (the majority of Milky Way stars), which do not have a close relation to another star (having in mind the range of several dozen AU, depending on the mass of a star), generally follow the mass/radius relation, which is related to the speed of a star’s rotation around its axis 5, 6, 8.

The speed of stellar rotation is impossible to analyze without its forces of attraction (electromagnetic forces) (. If an object is approaching vertically to an equator and movement direction of a central object (which, by definition, needs to be a larger object, which can dictate the rules), the gravitational forces need to adjust the direction of the created movement length of a central object in every single point, thus changing the direction slowly to a curve. At the final stage, the rotations of both objects, with the speed included, place the incoming object into the orbit. ..
Opposite to the process of rotation there is the approaching of an object to the poles of a central object, where there are no orbits created, but only collisions of the incoming objects with the central object. These objects also have a speed, just as the objects that approach straight or with an inclination towards the equator do, but these speeds neither create orbits, nor there are observations to support such claims. If there is no rotation, there is also no orbit, no matter what the speed of the incoming object is.” 7.

There is a similar situation with magnets, when a rotating magnet affects the nearby objects, attracted to it. A star has great forces of attraction (gravity) and they affect continuously, without limits, which can be observed on the orbits of the objects around a star (particles, gas, dust, asteroids, comets, etc.). Except for the smaller part of objects (up to a 1% of the central object’s mass) in the constant orbits, which are less elliptic, the rest of the objects get connected with the central object (one part gets connected with larger or smaller objects in the orbit or they get connected among themselves, thus creating a new object). 7, 9 That process is constant: faster, if the surroundings are richer with matter, and slower, when there is less matter. 
The stars with a faster rotation have more objects (in terms of mass and mostly in numbers, too) (“The objects without an independent rotation (such as Venus, Mercury, etc.) can't direct the other objects into their gravitational field.” 7, 15) orbiting around themselves.
If the speed of rotation increases, the conditions for an asteroid belt to exist are created.
The stars with (a very) fast rotation have a disk of gas (there can sometimes be no disk, if there are only small quantities of matter in the stellar surroundings and it happens rarely, because the increase of a stellar speed is related to the influx of matter to the whirls and cyclones at the poles of a star6, 7, 9, 10).
The stars with a very fast rotation around their axes have an increased emission of radiation at their poles, which sometimes can vary, due to the increased influx of matter into cyclone or a faster whirl 11, 16.  
The layers and matter inside a star create friction, due to the different speeds of layers’ rotation.
The pressure inside a star contributes to its heating up, but only to a point, which depends on a star’s mass. A large star S Cassiopeiae 930 R Sun has the temperature of 1 800°K, and CW Leonis 700 R Sun (with very dynamic activity around it) has a surface temperature of 2 200 °K.
The temperatures above these are mostly affected by the speed of rotation around the axis and binary effects of close stars (which are inside the range of a few dozen of AU) and smaller bodies; depending on the mass and rotation of a close star and smaller bodies, the effects can be more or less significant: the closer the relationship, the stronger the effects which influence the temperature “The origin of Earth (and other objects) can only be related to growth and gathering matter together in Universe. The sequence of gathering matter can be seen through the existence of gas, dust, lesser and larger asteroids and comets, small planets, planet-size objects, small and large stars and centers of galaxies at the same place (in the same part of Universe). When their mass is insufficient, the objects are cold. Matter gets warmed up with the increase of pressure and other forces: gravity, the interrelation of two or more objects, fast rotation. After a critical point (the sum of forces) they become hot objects that emit radiation (which we interpret as light)“.17  

Very hot stars are the combination of mass and fast rotation. 6 However, even small stars can have very high temperatures, because of the high speed of rotation:  PG0112+104 0,5 M Sun has the temperature of 30 000°K, HD 149382 0,29 – 0,53 M Sun has the surface temperature of  35 500±500°K, Wolf-Rayet star etc.

“Young stars can have a rotation greater than 100 km/s on the equator. The B-class star Achernar, for example, has an equatorial velocity of about 225 km/s or greater” 12   “Young” stars are only very fast-rotating stars (“proto”-stars included here, too14), which are most frequently found where the events are intensive, in nebulae and where there is a high concentration of visible matter.
96,15 % of all stars in Milky Way are stars with slow and slower rotation, while “young” stars represent only less than  ~0,00003%3.
Besides the forces of attraction, rotation is the principal creator of all systems in our Universe and beyond   (“A rotating object (universe) has a direction of movement. Based on everything that has been proved about the universe so far, it means that direction can’t be outside some kind of a system and there can’t be only one whole.
That space (multi-universe) has one basic characteristic and it is that the temperature of that space is lower than the temperature of universe,“). 9, 13    

------------------------- 
1.   https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rotation
2.   https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lava
3.   https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stellar_classification#Harvard_spectral_classification
4.  https://www.ijser.org/onlineResearchPaperViewer.aspx?Is-there-fast-and-slow-combustion-of-stars.pdf
5.   https://www.academia.edu/32926807/Reassessment_of_the_old_but_still_employed_theories_of_Universe_through_database_checking
6.   https://www.academia.edu/18485381/The_causal_relation_between_a_star_and_its_temperature_gravity_radius_and_color
7  . https://www.academia.edu/26326626/Weitter_Ducksss_Theory_of_the_Universe
8.   https://www.academia.edu/32296347/Why_is_The_Evolution_of_Stars_incorrect.doc
9.   http://www.ijoart.org/research-paper-publishing_october-2016.shtml Universe and rotation
10. http://www.ijser.org/onlineResearchPaperViewer.aspx?The-observation-process-in-the-universe-through-the-database.pdf
11. http://www.svemir-ipaksevrti.com/the-Universe-rotating.html#12b
12. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Star#Rotation
13. http://www.svemir-ipaksevrti.com/the-Universe-rotating.html#15b
14. http://www.ijser.org/onlineResearchPaperViewer.aspx?Observation-of-the-Universe-through-questions.pdf
15. http://www.svemir-ipaksevrti.com/the-Universe-rotating.html#10b
16. http://www.ijser.org/onlineResearchPaperViewer.aspx?The-observation-process-in-the-universe-through-the-database.pdf
17. http://www.svemir-ipaksevrti.com/Universe-and-rotation.html#iron

 

7. Where is the truth about  Big Bang theory?

"Based on the findings of the WMAP, astronomers at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center proclaimed the age of Universe as 13.7 billion years (Benett et al. 2003). They claim that the WMAP data along with the complementary observations from other CMB experiments like CBI (Cosmic Background Imager) and DASI (Degree Angular Scale Interferometer) confirm the inflationary Big Bang model of the Universe (Figs. 1 and 2). However, these claims are based on interpretations of data which are guided by the belief that there is no alternative explanation. Hence, rather than the data shaping the theory, the theory of the "Big Bang" dictates how data are interpreted and even which data should be included vs ignored.
Ashwini Kumar Lal, Ph.D. and Rhawn Joseph, Ph.D. http://cosmology.com/BigBangReview.html Added later . "

Let us check some old articles 1, 2, 3, with the use of more evidence/hypotheses relations. The theme is expansion of the universe, CMB, blue shift ..

„Although widely attributed to Edwin Hubble, the law was first derived from the general relativity equations by Georges Lemaître in a 1927 article where he proposed the expansion of the universe and suggested an estimated value of the rate of expansion, now called the Hubble constant.: v = H0 r. ..
For most of the second half of the 20th century the value of  H0 was estimated to be between 50 and 90 (km/s)/Mpc.“

The most distant objects in the universe are the galaxies  GN-z11 13,39 bn.  ly (billion light years), EGSY8p7 13,23 bn. ly, GRB 090423 13,18 bn. ly, etc.

„The term "protogalaxy" itself is generally accepted to mean "Progenitors of the present day (normal) galaxies, in the early stages of formation.”. 

The age of universe is (Wikipedia,  arXiv:1502.01589 ) 13.799 ± 0.021 billion years.

„The Big Bang theory is the prevailing cosmological description of the development of the Universe. Under this theory, space and time emerged together 13.799±0.021 billion years ago with a fixed amount of energy and matter that has become less dense as the Universe has expanded. ..
when the temperature was around 3000 K or when the universe was approximately 379,000 years old. As photons did not interact with these electrically neutral atoms, the former began to travel freely through space, resulting in the decoupling of matter and radiation.

The speed of light in a vacuum is defined to be exactly 299,792,458 m/s.“ 

As well as

„One interpretation of this effect is the idea that space itself is expanding. Due to the expansion increasing as distances increase, the distance between two remote galaxies can increase at more than 3×108 m/s, but this does not imply that the galaxies move faster than the speed of light“ 

If an emission of light happened 13,39 light-years ago  (GN-z11 13,39 bn ly (billion light years), EGSY8p7 13,23 bn. ly, GRB 090423 13,18 bn ly, etc.“), one could ask: did light travel at all through these 13,39 bilion ly, since we can see it now?

Comoving distance
Figure 2. The Expanding Universe – history, Photo by ESA and COBE (my compilation)

If the official science claims, „The universe is spreading“, then there should be a small universe (with a small diameter) 300-400 thousand years after the so-called Big Bang, and a big universe, in which „...the most distant objects in the universe are the galaxies GN-z11 13,39 bn ly (billion light years), EGSY8p7 13,23 bn. ly, GRB 090423 13,18 bn ly, etc.“

„About 300,000 years after the Big Bang, at a temperature of 3000 K, the universe becomes transparent.“ Wikipedia hr.

and they still say

„The light that comes from the "edges" of the universe started on your way to us at the time of last scattering of photons at 3000 K. This is the light gathered by the satellite COBE (Cosmic Background Explorer), and later the WMAP (Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe)“

Then, these two universes in the picture should be placed in such a way they could meet the need for the light from the edges of universe to be the light from the small universe inside the present-day universe (since it is claimed the universe is expanding). Our Earth can be placed in any place of the big universe.

How is it possible for an event of a single point to arrive from the edges of the present-day universe? The same goes for the center of galaxy, it can be only in one direction. The small universe can freely be placed around or outside the present-day universe, but the results will remain unchanged; light will not be appearing from the edges of universe, but exclusively from a single point. For better understanding, our location – which could be in any chosen point in universe – can be connected with the small universe with a line and it immediately becomes obvious that, in the case of a universe in the time of 300-400 thousand years after Big bang, light needs to be coming from a single point (it is impossible in the case of two universes, proto-universe and present-day universe, that so-called proto-light, or the light of the distant past, would be coming from all directions).
The only possible idea is that the light from the distance of more than 13 billion years would be coming from present-day universe to the universe of 300-400 thousand years after Big Bang, but that goes against all official claims.
These evidence point to the non-existence of the so-called Big Bang. The readings of the ever increasing red shift with the increase of distance between galaxies can support that. If „the most distant objects in the universe are the galaxies  GN-z11 13,39 bn ly (billion light years), EGSY8p7 13,23 bn. ly, GRB 090423 13,18 bn ly, etc.“ are also the fastest objects, then, according to Big Bang, these galaxies are also the oldest ones.

The Early Universe

Figure 2. The Early Universe 320,000-380,000 years after the Big Bang, points 1-4 of Milky Way

The relation is obvious: the greatest speed is related to the oldest and most distant objects.

How can, then, Hubble's law be valid? How can universe be spreading with the increasing speed, if that applies only for the oldest and most distant galaxies?

The same applies for the cosmic microwave background (CMB). Let us apply here the idea of „small“ and „big“ universe. CMB, just as light, hasn't got even the theoretical possibility to arrive from the „small“ universe, particularly because the speed of light (and cosmic microwave background, too) are in the terms of speed beyond the spreading speed of universe, according to Big Bang. These types of radiation have always been moving in the outer direction and there is no possibility for them to be moving inwards (radiation supposedly arriving from all directions, from the „edges“ of universe).

The lack of evidence to support the spreading of universe can also be seen in the existence of  blue shift of galaxies and clusters of galaxies. The objects in universe collide with each other, they do not run away one from another. Smaller objects, stars, galaxies and clusters of galaxies – they all collide. „ ... (with) Space Telescopes we have now observed 72 collisions (Cluster of galaxies), including both ‘major’ and‘minor’mergers.“

It is incorrect that:

1. „Light and radiation are arriving from the „edges“ of universe, from different directions“?,
or, this is incorrect:
2. „There was a Big Bang and everything related to it“?

The first are the evidence (and can be accepted), while the other is a bad hypothesis (and can be rejected).
The first is science and the scientific attitude, the second is religion and belief, the official attitude of the church.
The question is simple: science (1) or imposed religion belief (2)?
2017.y.

  Supercluster (galaxy) Redsfift (z) Distance M ly

1. The Laniakea Supercluster +0,0708 250
2. Horologium Supercluster 0,063 700
3

Abell 754 0,0542 760
4 Abell 133 0,0566 763
5. Corona Borealis Supercluster 0,07 946

 

6 CID-42  0,359 3.900 (3,9 Gly)
7 Saraswati Supercluster 0,28 4.000

8 Einstein Cross 1,695 8.000
9 Twin Quasar 1,413 8.700
10 Lynx Supercluster 1,26 & 1,27 12.900

The Universe

  galaxies Redsfift (z) Distance billion ly Speed Km/s  

1. EQ J100054+023435 4.547 12,2 280.919
2. Q0906 + 6930 5,47 12,3 299,792 
3. Z8 GND 5296 7,5078±0,0004 13,1 291.622 ± 120 
4. GN-z11 11,09 13,4 295.050 ± 119.917

The Universe
from https://www.svemir-ipaksevrti.com/Svemir-i-vrtnja-kratki-tekst.html#Promatranje-procesa-u-svemiru

Comoving distance

Figure 3. Universe with the points from 1-4 and its maximum possible diameter of 13,8 Gly
2018.y.

See also: Ashwini Kumar Lal, Ph.D. and Rhawn Joseph, Ph.D. http://cosmology.com/BigBangReview.html Added later.

 

Censorships of the authors' works and the legalization of published plagiarisms
Why are they allowed to freely plagiarize?

Plagiarism is forbidden to all but high-ranking science magazines and organizations. The others, who are ranked lower than them, must not plagiarize, because there are severe sanctions for it, such as the loss of career, metaphorical dragging someone's reputation through mud by both high- and low-ranking institutions and all kinds of media. To the contrary, „high-ranking players“ who do plagiarize, they get rewarded for it and remembered by history as great scientists.

„Although widely attributed to Edwin Hubble, the law was first derived from the general relativity equations by Georges Lemaître in a 1927 article where he proposed the expansion of the universe and suggested an estimated value of the rate of expansion..“

Even though the author is known and the act of stealing his merits from him was recognized, we keep reading today about Hubble's law and his constant, although he has no credits for them, except for having unconditionally accepted someone else's work as his own and taking their merits.

The plagiarism law is clear and unambiguous; immediately after recognition, the plagiarized work should be removed (which is something low-ranking authors, magazines and others must abide by), but, to the opposite and against the law, there are acts of glorifying plagiarism at stake and the memory of the real author is very often forgotten.
The low-ranking authors have no means to remove the plagiarism  of „high-ranking players“ by themselves, because the system itself is not only inert, but it also imposes its will further on, regardless of scrupulousness, like, for example, here: Hubble, Galileo and telescope, etc. Plagiarism is punishable by law and such works need to be automatically removed from all media, encyclopedias and debates. Nobody talks about the sportsmen who use illegal drugs to improve performance as heroes and medal winners – to the contrary, their medals and merits get taken away, with all the sanctions brought upon them.

These are the reasons why so-called low-ranking authors can't publish in famous, high-ranking science magazines; a legalization of plagiarism rules there.

May 16th 2017.

A few of my own examples:

The „Dark Flow“ & existence of other  Universes = plagijat
http://www.svemir-ipaksevrti.com/objavljeni-clanci.html#18
1. Гравитационные волны - открытие (или скандал, т.е. плагиат) мирового масштаба? http://www.svemir-ipaksevrti.com/Universe-and-rotation.html#scandal

 

Weitter Duckss <wduckss@gmail.com> 10. 10. 2013.

prima rh4a

Poštovani,
Vaš citat: and Richard Holman, professor at Carnegie Mellon University, predicted that anomalies in radiation existed and were caused by the pull from other universes in 2005.
 Rad "svemir, ipak se vrti" kao Theory of Zara je razmatrao još 2004. godine Edital Committee of EDP Sciences iz Francuske. Vrtnja svemira i postojanje drugih je u osnovama rada, a Dark Flow je samo dio koji se može naći u ovome tekstu.
Dio teksta koji je na engleskom nalazi se na: http://www.svemir-ipaksevrti.com zajedno sa ovjerenom Zadarskoj teoriji kao i povratni mail iz Francuske. 
Zaključak: Multisvemir i Dark Flow i dosta drugog nije nikakva novost već samo kopiranje dijelova  već objavljene materije na mojoj stranici.
S poštovanjem.
Weitter Duckss


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Slavko Sedić <slavko.sedic@zd.t-com.hr> 02. 07. 2015.    
Deer Sir / Madam,
Article:

"Rapidly rotating second-generation progenitors for the 'blue hook' stars of ω Centauri" Marco Tail, Francesca D'Antona, Enrico Vesper, Marcello Di Criscienzo, Paolo Ventura et al.

Nature (22 June 2015) | doi: 10.1038 / nature14516
It contains parts of my work as part of the basic ideas which are located at: http://www.svemir-ipaksevrti.com/Universe-and-rotation.html#Processes.

Please check the authenticity of origin and whether it is plagiarism wrapped in fine, cellophane or unintentional copyright infringement.

„As temperature gets higher, a variety of elements gets poorer; the heated stars generally consist only of hydrogen and helium, with other elements below 1%. Both of these processes can be traced on Earth; the other one is visible through the composition of magma. Magma consists of the lower order atoms, which is confirmed by its cooled rocks. Neither gold nor silver or any other higher order element, exist in magma; for them to be created, more conditions need to be met.
The temperature of stars is directly related to the speed of its rotation. Those with slower rotation are red, while with the increase of the rotation speed, also increases the glow and temperature of a star. As a consequence, it turns white and blue. If we consult the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram, it is obvious that both very small and super giant stars can have the same glow; they can be white, red or blue. The mass and quantity of so-called fuel that they supposedly burn is obviously an unacceptable answer – there are stars of the same mass, or sizes, but with a completely different glow. If we were to try to explain that by the presence of different elements, it would make no sense. Diversity of elements depends exactly on the temperature heights: the higher the temperature, the lower the diversity and order of elements.“

Sincerely.
Weitter Duckss (Slavko Sedić)
Zadar Croatia

Nature@nature.com <Nature@nature.com> 02. 07. 2015.

prima Slavko

   
Dear Dr Sedić,
Thank you for your email. We would advise you to submit a presubmission enquiry to our editors via our manuscript system here - http://mts-nature.nature.com/cgi-bin/main.plex 

If you experience any problems with this system please do not hesitate to contact us.

For more details on how to submit please view our guidelines at http://www.nature.com/nature/authors/submissions/presubs/

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To: Nature@nature.com
Cc: wduckss@gmail.com
Subject: The authentication of the article, search the


Weitter Duckss <wduckss@gmail.com> Prilozi16. 03. 2016.

prima info

Dear Sir / Madam,
Article: "Young Stars May Feast frantically, Grow Chaotically, New Study Shows'
By Charles Q. Choi, Space.com Contributor | March 15, 2016 07:12 am ET
copyright infringing my works " http://www.svemir-ipaksevrti.com/Universe-and-rotation.html#Processes "
It is disputable that the published article claims that this is a new idea and simulation which indicate the growth of the body due to the influx of new substances and that their contribution.
The attached is evident that this is incorrect.
Please remove the article.
As this is not the first case, please, responsible editor read out my work how in the future not be coming up the same situation.
Best regards.
Weitter Duckss (Slavko Sedic ) Zadar Croatia

 

Jun 23, 2015
"This is the first time that we could determine the individual orbits of such pieces of debris around a comet. This information is very important to study their origin, and is helping us understand the mass loss processes of comets," says Davidsson.

Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2015-06-rosetta-tracks-debris-comet.html#jCp

wduckss

1 / 5 (4)Jun 23, 2015
The existence of a body in orbit around the comet means that the comet has a rotation about an axis.
 Quote: "The number of satellites orbiting around a planet is directly related to the mass of a planet and its rotation around its axis.
Small Pluto has a radius of 2,300 km, 0,002 of the Earth's mass; It has several satellites, one of which is really big, compared to Pluto. Pluto makes a single rotation around its axis and 6.4 days!
Mercury has a radius of 4,880 km, 0,055 of the Earth's mass; it has no satellites and neither does Venus, which radius is 12 104 km and the mass is 0.82 (!) of the Earth's mass. What they have in common is the lack of rotation (their rotation around their axes is approximately the same as their rotation around the Sun). "

JeanTate

4.3 / 5 (6)Jun 23, 2015
@wduckss:
Quote: "The number of satellites orbiting around a planet is directly related to the mass of a planet and its rotation around its axis ..."
What is the source of your quote?

wduckss

1 / 5 (3)Jun 24, 2015
@wduckss:
Quote: "The number of satellites orbiting around a planet is directly related to the mass of a planet and its rotation around its axis ..."
What is the source of your quote?

My website: http://www.svemir-ipaksevrti.com/the-Universe-rotating.html#10b posted on the forums in the US, HR and Ru.

JeanTate

4 / 5 (4)Jun 24, 2015
@wduckss: Thanks.

Have you written up your idea in the form of a paper? If so, have you published it? Have you submitted it to a relevant, peer-reviewed journal?

   etc.

 

8. Why is "The Evolution of Stars" incorrect?
Updated and expanded

„Stellar evolution starts with the gravitational collapse of a giant molecular cloud .“ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stellar_evolution#Protostar

„Protostars with masses less than roughly 0.08 M☉ (1.6×1029 kg) never reach temperatures high enough for nuclear fusion of hydrogen to begin. These are known as brown dwarfs. The International Astronomical Union defines brown dwarfs as stars massive enough to fuse deuterium at some point in their lives (13 Jupiter masses (MJ), 2.5 × 1028 kg, or 0.0125 M☉). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stellar_evolution#Brown_dwarfs_and_sub-stellar_objects

This quotation from Wikipedia may had been acceptable in the past, because readers were unable to check the real situation in data bases of stars and other objects inside the galaxy and beyond. These days, when there is a sufficient number of explored objects, exoplanets, brown dwarfs and other stars, galaxies and clusters of galaxies, it is not difficult to conclude that the old theories are completely wrong and badly conceived mind constructions.

In the next table I have given some examples of exoplanets that testify beyond any doubt against the old theories. The mass of Jupiter is 1/1047 of the Sun mass.

 

exoplanet Maas of Jupiter Temperature K Semi major axis AU Parent star
spectral  typ 
1. Kepler-70b 0.440 Earth 7.662 0.006 O (sdB)
2. WASP-33b 4,59 Jupiter ~2.900 0.02558 A5
3. WASP-121b 1.183 J 2.358 0.02544 F6V
4. WASP-87b 2.18 2.322 0.02946 F5
5. B Tauri FU 15 2.375 700 M7.25 (M9.25)
6. WASP-12b 1.39 ± 0.04 2.525 0.02293 G0
7. HIP 78530 b 24 2.800 ± 200 710 B9V
8. Kepler-13b 0,485 1.500 0.03423 8.500°K
9. DH Tauri b 12 2.750 330 M0.5V
10. PSR J1719-1438 b 1.2 5.375 0.00442 Pulsar
11. KOI-368.01 2.1 3.060 0.6 F6
12. KOI-55 C 0,0014 6.807 0.0060 B4
13. CT Chamaeleontis b 10,5-17 2.500 440,0 K7
14. HAT-P-7b 1.741 2.730 (+150; -100) 0.0379 F6
15. OGLE2-TR-L9 4.34 2.154.6 0.0308 F3
16. WASP-48 b 0.98 2.030 0.03444 5.990°K
17. UScoCTIO 108 b 14 2.350 670 M7
18. WASP-103 b 1.49 2.508 0.01985 F8V
19. Kepler-10 b 0,010475 2.169 0.01684 G
20. WASP-100b 1.69 2.190 0.0457 F2
21. WASP-72b 1.01 2.210 0.03655  F7
22. WASP-18 b 1,165 (10.43) 2.187,5 0.02047 F6
23 Oph 11 B 21 2.478 243.0 M9
24. WASP-78 b 1.16 2.006.7 0.0415 F8
25 KELT-7 b 1.28 2.048 0.04415 6.789°K
26 WASP-111 b 1.83 2.140 0.03914 F5

It can be seen from the table that the planets Hottest Kepler-70b (7 143° K), PSR J1719-1438 b (5 375° K), KOI-55 C (6 319° K) are far beyond the temperatures for the M-type stars.

M typ star 0.08–0.45 ≤ 0.7 2,400–3,700 M 76,45%

from fast-and-slow-combustion Updated

The rest of the planets from the table, in the matter of temperatures, belong to M-type stars.
The temperature maximum of magma „(komatiite) is 1 600°C (Basalt lava flow usually has the temperature of eruption between 1 100 and 1 250°C.) (Magma is a complex high-temperature fluid substance.)“ Wikipedia.

The planets from the table have the temperatures significantly above the temperature maximums of magma, which, in other words, means that they are either melted liquid (fluidic) objects or stars.

If we follow the idea that the temperature of a planet is related to the small distance from the star that is supposed to be the source of temperature, then there is no explanation for HIP 78530 b (R/B 7.), which is 710 AU far from its main star, Jupiter Semi-major axis 5.20260 AU, Edgeworth–Kuiper belt at 30 AU to approximately 50 AU from the Sun (and like R/B 23; R/B 17; R/B 13; R/B 9; R/B 5). The majority of exoplanets from the table is at the distances from 0.02 do 0.05 AU from their main stars, however, to make a conclusion that the influence of a star's proximity is dominant for the temperature of a planet, without realizing they are at the same distance:

  Brown dwarf (& planets)

Mass of Jupiter

Temperature °K

Planets orbit AU

Wolf 1061b ≥1.36 M⊕ 210 0.035509
TRAPPIST-1d 0.41 ± 0.27 M⊕ 288,15 0,021
Gliese 3634 b, 8,4 (+4,0; -1,5) M⊕ 565,4 0,0287
Kepler-45b 0.5505 774 0,027
HD 63454 b 0,38 926,7 0,036
HD 40307 b 4 (+4,8; -3,3) 804,5 0.0468
HAT-P-20 b 7.246 (± 0.187) 888,3 0.0361
WASP-10 b 3,06 984,3 0,0371
HATS-6 b 0,319 712,8 0.03623
Gliese 436 b 22.2±1.0 M⊕ 712 ±36 0.0291
GJ 160.2 b 0.032 100 0,053
Gliese 1214 b 6.55±0.98 M⊕ 393–555 0.01488
Etc.

could easily be wrong.

If we put into the formula the spectral class of a planet's main star:
Brown dwarf (& planets) Mass of Jupiter Temperature °K Planets orbit AU  

WASP-11b/HAT-P-10(b) 0.460 ± 0.028 800 0,0439 K3V
HD 63454 b 0.380 926,7 0,036 K4V
HD 330075 b 0,620 1.023 0,043 G5
HD 219134 (b) 0.0149±0.0006 1.015 0.0388 K3V
HD 102195 (b) 0,450 963 0,049 K0V
HD 40307( b) 0,0120±0,0009 804,5 0,0468 K2,5V
OGLE-TR-111(b) 0,540 940 0,0470 G
WASP-10(b) 3,16 946,8 (1.119 +26; -28) 0,371 K5
HD 215497 (b) 0,020 984,3 0,047 K3V
Gliese 3470 (b) 0,043 604±98 0,031 M1,5
HAT-P-11b 0,081 750 0,053 K4
HIP 14810 b 3,88 690 0,0692 G5V
HAT-P-18b 0,196 841±15 0,0559 K
Kepler-102b 0,0013 792,0 0,055 K3
Kepler-114d 0,022 549 0,052 K5
WASP-69b 0,260 963±18 0,0452 K5

 

We can add here PSR J1719-1438 b, which rotates around a pulsar (the temperature of which is unmeasurable to our instruments) at the distance of 0.004 AU and has a temperature of 5 348°K, and Hottest Kepler-70b, which rotates around its main star at the distance of 0.006 AU and has the temperature of 27 730°K. Based on these two planets, it is obvious that the temperature of a main star has no dominant influence over the temperature of a planet.

Conclusion

"Growth doesn’t stop with atoms; on the contrary, joining goes on. Through joining, chemical reactions and combined, gas, dust, sand, the rocks named asteroids and comets, … Then, when planets grow to the 10% of Sun’s mass, they become stars, which can be really gigantic (super-giants). Millions of craters scattered around the objects of our Solar system are the evidence of objects’ growth. Constant impacts of asteroids into our atmosphere and soil are the evidence of these processes being uninterrupted today, just the same as it used to be in any earlier period of the past. It is estimated that 4 000 – 100 000 tons of extraterrestrial material falls yearly to Earth."
from „Universe and rotation/Processes in universe

"It is enough to observe the mass of an object, its relation to other objects, the rotation of an object as well as the rotation of a central object, the composition of an object and the orbital distance to make a valid estimate for every object, without the need for nuclear fusions, fissions and matter combustion."
From „Weitter Duckss's Theory of the Universe“ and „The causal relation between a star and its temperature, gravity, radius and color"
31.03.2017. g.

  Brown dwarf (& planets) Mass of Jupiter Temperature °K Planets orbit AU

mass up to 15 Mass of Jupiter
WISE 1828 + 2650  3 – 6 or 0,5 - 20  250 - 400  
WISE 0855−0714 ~3-10 225-260  
CFBDSIR 2149-0403 4-7  ~700  
PSO J318.5-22 6,5 1.160  
2MASS J11193254-1137466 (AB) ~5-10 1.012 3,6±0,9
GU Piscium b 9-13 1.000 2.000
WD 0806-661  6-9  300-345 2.500
HD 106906 b 11±2 1.800 120
1RXS 1609 b  8 (14)  1.800 330
DT Virginis 8.5 ± 2.5  695±60 1.168
Cha 110913-773444 8 (+7; -3) 1.300 -1.400  
OTS 44 11,5 1.700 - 2.300  
GQ Lupi b 1 - 36 2650 ± 100 100
ROXs 42Bb 9  1.950 ± 100 157
HD 44627 13 - 14  1.600 -2400 275
VHS 1256-1257 b 11,2 (+9,7; -1,8 880 102±9
DH Tauri b 12 2.750 330
ULAS J003402.77-005206.7 5 - 20 560 - 600  
2M1207b 4 (+6; -1) 1.600±100 40
2M 044144 9.8±1.8 1.800 15 ± 0.6
2MASS J2126-8140 13,3 (± 1,7) 1.800 6.900
HR 8799 b 5 (+2; -1) 870 (+30; -70) ~68
HR 8799 c  7 (+3; -2) 1.090 (+10; -90) ~38
HR 8799 d 7 (+3; -2) 1.090 (+10; -90) ~24
HIP 65426

 

9,0 ±3,0

 

1450.0 (± 150.0)

 

92

 

mass above 15 Mass of Jupiter
B Tauri FU 15 2.375 700
CFBDS J005910.90-011401.3 15 - 30 620  
 ULAS J133553.45+113005.2 15 _31 500 -550  
ULAS J003402.77−005206.7 5 _ 20 550 - 600  
UGPS 0722-05 10.7 ± 0.2—25.8 ± 0.9 502 ±10 – 539 ±12  
GJ 229B 21 – 52,4 950 0,97 (+0,12; -0,10)
54 Piscium B 50 810±50  
WD 0137-349 0.053 ± 0.006 M⊙ 1.300 - 1400 0.65 R☉ (Binary orbit)
G 196-3B 25 (+15; -10) 1870 ± 100 285–640
Oph 11 B 21 2.487 243,0
SCR 1845-6357 40 - 50 2.600 - 2700  
Zeta Delphini B 55 ± 10 1.550 (+250; -100) 910
15 Sagittae B 65 1.647,34 14
Gliese 570 ~50 750 - 800 1.500
Epsilon Indi Ba and Bb 40 – 60 (28±7) 1.300-1400 (880-940) 1.500 (between 2,1)
DEN 0255-4700 25 - 60 ~1.300  
Teide 1 57± 15 2.600±150

 

TVLM 513-46546 90 2.500  
DENIS J081730.0-615520 15 950  

Mass up to 15 MJ/(vs) Mass above 15 MJ
Brown dwarf (& planets) Mass of Jupiter Temperature °K Planets orbit AU

ROXs 42Bb 9  1.950 ± 100 157
54 Piscium B 50 810±50  

DH Tauri b 12 2.750 330
ULAS J133553.45+113005.2 15 _31 500 -550  

OTS 44 11,5 1.700 - 2.300  
Epsilon Indi Ba and Bb 40 – 60 (28±7) 1.300-1400 (880-940) 1.500 (between 2,1)

2MASS J2126-8140 13,3 (± 1,7) 1.800 6.900
Gliese 570 ~50 750 - 800 1.500
Etc.

Mass vs Mass
2M 044144 9.8±1.8 1.800 15 ± 0.6
DT Virginis 8.5 ± 2.5  695±60 1.168

Teide 1 57± 15 2.600±150  
Epsilon Indi Ba and Bb 40 – 60 (28±7) 1.300-1400 (880-940) 1.500 (between 2,1)

B Tauri FU 15 2.375 700
DENIS J081730.0-615520 15 950  
Etc.

Answer, why there are these differences in article: "Reassessment of the old but still employed theories of Universe through database checking",  The causal relation between a star and its temperature, gravity, radius and color & Why there are differences in structure of the objects in our system?
2018.y.

 

9. Reassessment of the old but still employed theories of Universe through database checking
Updated

The goal of the article is to reassess, exclusively with the evidence from the available databases, old but nowadays dominant theories of star evolution, thermonuclear combustion (fusion) of matter needed for the heat of stars, the effect of the gas cloud collapse speed to the temperature and age of stars.
-The starting basics are that mass directly defines the temperature of a star.
Big stars / small bodies

Star Radius Sun 1 Temperature °K Mass Sun

S Cassiopeiae 930 1.800 loss at 3.5 x 10-6 MSun per year
CW Leonis 700 2.200 0,7 – 0,9
R Leporis 400±90 2.290 2,5 – 5
R Doradus 370±50 2.740±190 1,2
La Superba 307-390 2.600-3.200 3
RSGC1-F04 1.553 2.858 19

To the opposite

Star Mass M Sun Temperature °K

2M1207 ~0,025 2550 ± 150
Teide 1 0,052 2600 ± 150
VHS 1256-1257 0,07-0,015 2.620 ± 140
Van Biesbroeck's star 0,075 2.600
DENIS 1048-1039 0,075 2.200
Teegarden's Star 0,08 2.637
DX Cancri 0,09 2.840
TVLM 513-46546 0,09 2.500
Wolf 359 0,09 2,800 ± 100

All stars from  List of the largest stars with their radius over 700 R of Sun are having the temperatures between 1.800 and 5.100°K and are cold stars, mostly of M class.
-(big stars)/to the opposite, there is a star and brown dwarfs that are distant from their main star (100 -740 AU) and that rules out the influence of the star on the temperature of the planet or brown dwarf. (Planets shine by reflected light; stars shine by producing their own light)

Planet Mass of Jupiter Temperature °K Distance AU

GQ Lupi b 1-36 2650 ± 100 100
ROXs 42Bb 9 1,950-2,000  157
HD 106906 b 11 1.800 ~650
DH Tauri b 12 2.750 330
CT Chamaeleontis b 10,5-17  2.500 440
HD 44627 13-14 1.600-2.400 275
1RXS 1609 b 14 1.800 330
UScoCTIO 108 b 14 2.600 670
Oph 11 B 21 2.478 243
HIP 78530 b 24 2.700 740

These are flagrant examples that show that an object's mass is not the one that causes different temperatures of stars or other objects and that mass is not directly related to the great differences in the objects' temperatures.
-If we look at the stars with the similar masses  (0,5 do 0,7 M Sun …)

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Star Mass Sun 1 Temperature °K

HD 149382 0,29-0,53 35.500±500
PG0112+104 0,5 30.000
40 Eridani B 0,5 16.500
Lacaillea 9352  0,503 3.626
L 97-12 0,59 5.700 ±90
Zeta Cygni B 0,6 12.000
Procion B 0,6 7.740
Van Maanen 2 0,68 6.220
HD 4628 0,7 5.829
G29-38 0,7 11.820

 

Sun 1 5.772
Sirius B 0,98 25.200
Gamma Piscium 1,03 4.885
Arcturus 1,08 4.286

 

VX Sagittarii 12 2.400 – 3.300
Antares 12,4 3.400
15 Canis Majoris 12,8 26,100 ± 1,200

 

μ Columbae 16 33.000
WR 2 16 141.000
VY Canis Majoris 17 3.490
Α Crucis α1 17,8 24.000

 

WR 102 19 210.000
WR 134 19 63.100
Deneb 19 8.525
η Canis Majores 19,19 15.000
Mu Cephei 19,2 3.750
HD 21389 19,3 9.730

 

WR 46 25 112.000
S Monocerotis  29,1 38.500

 

MU Normea 33,3 28.000