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bmk1245
16 hours ago, Weitter Duckss said:

It's for you overweight text. Train the slang, that's your biggest range.

How can you this understand? No way. This is a text for older children from elementary school.

  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.

Ask of older to help you.

So, where is the axis of rotation of the universe (relative to our solar system), huh? You claim universe is rotating, aren't you? So, give us coordinates of the axis!

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Weitter Duckss

The direction of rotation is to https://futurism.com/dark-flow

Dark Flow

From Table 22 shows that the Milky Way is equally (<1 g ly more or less) away from the external borders of 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

Objects type globular clusters do not have axis.

DOI: 10.18483/ijSci.1908  https://www.ijsciences.com/pub/pdf/V82019021908.pdf "Effects of Rotation Arund the Axis on the Stars, Galaxy and Rotation of Universe" Weitter Duckss

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bmk1245
43 minutes ago, Weitter Duckss said:

The direction of rotation is to https://futurism.com/dark-flow

Dark Flow

From Table 22 shows that the Milky Way is equally (<1 g ly more or less) away from the external borders of 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

Objects type globular clusters do not have axis.

DOI: 10.18483/ijSci.1908  https://www.ijsciences.com/pub/pdf/V82019021908.pdf "Effects of Rotation Arund the Axis on the Stars, Galaxy and Rotation of Universe" Weitter Duckss

Cut the crap - where is rotational axis? Can you post coordinates? I beg you.

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From dark flow (image) and forms a disc (of universe) see the coordinates. Rotation takes place from right to left ... All this is old material.

„Relatively recent researches showed, to the utter surprise, that the observed groups of galaxies move in the same direction. That was unexpected to find in the expanding universe, where the movement should be in outward direction. The authors of these researches hesitated for three years to publish these data, because they were unable to include the results neither in the generally accepted theory of the Big Bang, nor in some other, less famous theories. Finally they proclaimed that some dark flow is pulling the groups of galaxies in an unknown direction.

It is important to mention that the observed groups of galaxies are situated in the half of universe where we are situated, too. Therefore, it is impossible to talk about the expansion of universe or the space between galaxies, because, if that was the case, the groups of galaxies would have an outward direction, which they don’t. It can be concluded from the published results that they move horizontally towards the convex part of the universe – a feature that majority of objects have in their equatorial areas.“

Universe and rotation 2012.y.

„The evidences that we have the rotation in the minor systems as well as in galaxies it intrudes itself upon our seriously check if it is valid for the universe too. The photos from COBE have given like discus shape of universe in value 13,7 billions light years (we will overlook the official presentations).
The rotation of universe as final (conditionaly) space would give as the result that is as the greates speed of its rotation realizes on the out part and that it declines per depth3. It is not here of crucial importance to locate the place inside of universe from where we do observation, because we can get the results of equal or similar valuables out of many parts of its space. Blue shift in the condition of rotation is an unavoidability4. The near objects that are far per depth have a different speed and in their collision, which is passing over, have a blue shift. That we can note even indirectly and in collision of far objects, which all togehter for us have the red shift. They remove from us or we from them because of declining speeds, but betwen them´selves they have a blue shift5.
That at the case of Andromed we can not too emphasize the influence of gravation it clearly show M 32, Great and Small Magellan´s Cloud 
6.
On condition of rotation of universe all the inexplicable events get the satisfactory solution. We can take as an assumption that the said value of 13,7 Gly (billions light years) (according to the scientists that elaborated the results of snapshooting of COBE) is a radius. It is very easy to calculate the speed of rotation of universe in this values at known equality that it on its outside zone has a speed of 270.000 km/s
7.

Hubbel constant 2004.y.

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On 3/2/2019 at 10:20 PM, Weitter Duckss said:

From dark flow (image) and forms a disc (of universe) see the coordinates. Rotation takes place from right to left ... All this is old material.

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I asked for coordinates, not more of word salad. Give us "rotation axis" coordinates, i.e. distance from the Earth and direction. Gives us numbers in proper astronomical notations.

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Slikovni rezultat za the universe

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