A Star Ejected from the Milky Way's 'Heart of Darkness' Has Reached a Mind-Blowing Speed

Nov 18, 2019
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aligns as well w/ the YeC SPIRAL cosmological redshift hypothesis and model as well as SPIRAL's 'Black Hole illusion Resolution'
where we find hyper-dense proto galactic formation preceded cosmic inflation expansion and the matter/energy that comprise each galaxy originated w/in the no longer dense black-hole at the approx. center of each galaxy.
So yes it would have originated by our galactic center, like about all else in our galaxy.
 
Dec 18, 2019
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I'm not an astronomer, so maybe what I'm asking about is way off base, but is this ejection is similar to the discordant red shifts catalogued by Halton Arp? He noted that some quasars, which the standard model of the universe says are very distant objects, are associated with much nearer galaxies and that one interpretation (rejected by the astronomical community) was that they were ejected from the center of the associated galaxy.
He also noted that these ejections occurred in pairs, with two objects being ejected in opposite directions along the minor axis of the galaxy. I wonder if there is another, similar object on the opposite side of the Milky Way.
See Catalogue of Discordant Redshift Associations, Halton Arp, 2003.
I know his theories are considered outlandish, but the data he presents has, to my very limited knowledge, not been invalidated.
 

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Oct 22, 2019
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Wow, someone reached back into the archives on space.com for this report :) This NASA ADS may help, Discovery of a nearby 1700 km/s star ejected from the Milky Way by Sgr A* The star is S5-HVS1, considered a main sequence star on the H-R star diagram and about 2.35 solar masses or larger than Sirius! As the NASA ADS Abstract reports, "When integrated backwards in time, the orbit of the star points unambiguously to the Galactic Centre, implying that S5-HVS1 was kicked away from Sgr A* with a velocity of ̃1800 km s-1 and travelled for 4.8 Myr to its current location." That is some astrometric back tracking here and kick to accelerate to some 1700 km/s as observed now. Note that the model interpretation for kicked out of Sgr A* (the black hole) and accelerated to such high velocity - is implied.
 
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