A Mature Galaxy Cluster Is Not Acting Its Age?

There is one thing concerning various stages of stars, a bright blue star which burns its fuel rapidly could not last more than a few million years! So what is this, a galaxy cluster SPT-CLJ2344-4243 (also known as the Phoenix Cluster), was discovered by astronomers using NASA’s Chandra X-ray telescope is believed to be producing two stars a day!

The name “Phoenix Cluster” came from its location in the constellation of the Phoenix which is about 5.7 billion light years away from earth. This discovery of course is way out of the norm for a blue star especially for those who believe the universe is 13.7 billion years old.  MIT’s Michael McDonald in nature also commented that a galaxy at this age, doesn’t do anything.

What about reports of rapid formations of stars by the galaxy? Here is the thing, nobody has actually witness the evolution of star formations. The reason why there such a claim is because they just assume without any real-time data that stars nearby are part of that formation, but there is no real confirmation if it is or not especially at these distances (5.7 billion light years) where the individual stars are not even visible!

This new discovery is believed to lead astronomers to answer a basic question which has alluded them for many years, how do stars form? There is a belief that swirling hydrogen gas is required to cool and condense until there is enough density to possess enough gravity that will supposedly prevent re-expansion.  However, gases tend to expand, not contract.

And a couple of more things, lets say for the sake of argument a swirling mass of gas did contract, but in order to conserve angular momentum it would have to spin much faster, and that would increase in angular velocity which would go against any continued contraction.

What about its magnetic field? If such a collapse of a nebula would occur the results would greatly magnify its magnetic field, which goes against the shrinkage required to form a star. The hypothesis of formations concerning stars by evolutionary standards is contrary to the laws of physics, given the conditions that exist in space!

So did this mature Galaxy somehow reversed itself to form new stars at an incredible rate? No it didn’t, only evolutionary expectations would require such an assumption, there is no certainty that unseen stars are being formed but there is certainty contained in this newly discovered galaxy cluster concerning evidence for a young universe written about in the book of Genesis!

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3 thoughts on “A Mature Galaxy Cluster Is Not Acting Its Age?

  1. This new discovery is believed to lead astronomers to answer a basic question which has alluded [sic] them for many years, how do stars form? There is a belief that swirling hydrogen gas is required to cool and condense until there is enough density to possess enough gravity that will supposedly prevent re-expansion. However, gases tend to expand, not contract.

    And a couple of more things, lets say for the sake of argument a swirling mass of gas did contract, but in order to conserve angular momentum it would have to spin much faster, and that would increase in angular velocity which would go against any continued contraction.

    What about its magnetic field? If such a collapse of a nebula would occur the results would greatly magnify its magnetic field, which goes against the shrinkage required to form a star. The hypothesis of formations concerning stars by evolutionary standards is contrary to the laws of physics, given the conditions that exist in space!

    Apparently Michael learned all the physics he knows in Sunday School.

    He has demonstrated that the Sun cannot exist.

  2. There is one thing concerning various stages of stars, a bright blue star which burns its fuel rapidly could not last more than a few million years! So what is this, a galaxy cluster SPT-CLJ2344-4243 (also known as the Phoenix Cluster), was discovered by astronomers using NASA’s Chandra X-ray telescope is believed to be producing two stars a day!

    The name “Phoenix Cluster” came from its location in the constellation of the Phoenix which is about 5.7 billion light years away from earth. This discovery of course is way out of the norm for a blue star especially for those who believe the universe is 13.7 billion years old.

    Michal is making stuff up again. Why does he think the stars are blue stars? Does he know something that the Chandra telescope does not? Michael, please tell us why you think the newly discovered stars are blue stats.

    I thought not.

    But, even if they were blue stars, what’s wrong with the existence of stars that burn out in a few million years in a galaxy that is 5.7 billion light-years away from us? I think Michael is unaware of the basic fact that a light-year is a measure of distance, not of time.[1]

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    Remember when Michael thought that a 13-billion yer old star could not be close to the Sun, which is only 4.5 billion years old, because … because … well, just because. That was hilarious too..

  3. I’m afraid I cannot get myself to comment any more on Michael’s postings on astronomy … so many errors, misunderstandings and misconceptions each time. Worse is that Michael refuses to learn from comments on previous posts. So why should I repeat myself ?

    Michael, why do you simply not lookup some basics here before writing (well, copying from others, mostly) this ?

    Oh, and two stars a days – that is around 700 stars / year. That is not a lot for a whole galaxy cluster.
    But of course – reading the actual piece Michael refers to shows that only the central galaxy is forming stars at that rate.

    Still not that high: I’ve observed many galaxies with such star formation rates …. nothing new.

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