The Electric Universe Gallery

Stellar electrons (black dots). Above: Neither the core nor the body has an electric pressure (1.01). But „We do not understand the ... solar wind.“ (Lang). Below: The core contains less electrons which wander into the colder layers (1.02-1.03). The stellar layer which is colder than 13 000 K, is transparent. And here, the photons flying among the non-recombined electrons (4.47) release the stellar wind (radial flying dots).

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