12 Sphere Magnets around Center Void
Sun Structure hypothesis of Spherical Bodies that rotate individually and together as a group around a Center Void, held together by magnetic field lines that shear apart and reconnect to generate electrically charged solar plasma.
Revelation 19:17 Then I saw an angel standing in the sun, and he cried out in a loud voice to all the birds flying overhead, “Come, gather together for the great supper of God,
From magnetic field lines, solar wind, and flares, to the complex hidden structures of the solar surface, #heliophysics scientists have used NAS #supercomputing & #visualization to better understand & predict the physics & impact of our Sun for more than 30 years. #NASA60th pic.twitter.com/d50W9esNix
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Smaller Sphere Magnets closer to the Surface
Good Morning Y'all!
Our Sun is Amazing… pic.twitter.com/awicVpCqFU
— Learn to Skywatch (@Learntoskywatch) December 5, 2017
The sun is breathing. pic.twitter.com/1KAwkwllTK
— Seeker (@Seeker) September 7, 2018
One of the most spectacular solar sights is an erupting prominence. In 2011, NASA's Sun-orbiting Solar Dynamic Observatory spacecraft imaged an impressively large prominence erupting from the surface. https://t.co/gCGsIvvZ6x pic.twitter.com/iqa9y57Oiz
— Domenico (@AvatarDomy) May 26, 2019
One hour worth of solar granulation in white light. Full disk view processed to remove mean background and leave only the fine structure. 200 x 3.5 ms Ha 35 nm + OD 3.8 solar foil in Celestron 8" + 0.33x reducer. pic.twitter.com/ye0yQVJUxu
— Christian Fröschlin (@chrfrde) May 1, 2019
Joshua 4:9 Then Joshua set up twelve stones in the middle of the Jordan at the place where the feet of the priests who carried the ark of the covenant were standing, and they are there to this day.