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The UVS visual inductive resolution on the debris disk of star

Based on the UVS model, the nested debris disk[w] or dust disk of a star is consolidated by a flattened nested stellar polar vortex pair in its nested vortical hypersphere[w]; it is a torus-transformed circumstellar disk[w] of a nested vortical hypersphere.
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In the UVS worldview, the nested debris or dust ring of a circumstellar disk is formed by the ring torus[m] structure standing waves[w] of a nested hypersphere at the outer nested layers.

With the intrinsic vortical motion of its planetary system[w] in its two-axis spin , the nested vortical hyperspshere with its precession[w] effect could vortically form it nested ring torus structure. And at a vertex[w] in this ring torus structure, it could vortical consolidate the dust particles as a protoplanet[w] with is intrinsic two-axis spin.

A nested form of
torus structure.

The dual-axis
of a spheroid.

See the UVS topics on "The mysterious planetary rings" that illustrates how the gas giants could have formed their planetary rings with their flatten polar vortex pairs, "The formation of stars and galaxies" that illustrates how all celestial objects are vortically coalesced in the macrocosms.

See an externally linked report on "Astronomers make first clear detection of a moon-forming disc around an exoplanet" that elaborates on a moon-forming dust disc of an exoplanet formed inside a larger circumstellar ring-like disc.

From the UVS perspective, the typical debris or dust disk around a star such as Vega[w], is vortically formed on an accretion disk[w] by a vortically flattened dual-core polar vortex pair of its nested vortical hypersphere.

The burgeon at two o'clock position at the far side of the Vega star as shown with the satellite image, is supposedly a flattened satellite vortex formed in the cavity of its meandering polar vortex pair. This infers that the debris disk is intrinsically spinning in the counter-clockwise direction from this view.

Planetary nebulae such as the Hourglass Nebula[w] and the Cat's eye Nebula also demonstrated such flattened discs formed in their accretion disks.

The UVS research predicates the debris disk of star is consolidated by a flattened nested stellar polar vortex pair.

The IRAS satellite discovered two debris disk of Vega (*). [s]

See the UVS topics on "The UVS atomic nucleus model" that elaborates on the how a 3-sphere hypersphere structure for the Vega star could be vorticlly formed, and "Heliosphere" that elaborates on how its planetary accretion disk could be vortically formed.

The cognitive paradox that renders star's dusk disk as a mysterious phenomenon, was thus resolved with its underlying vortical structure and mechanism explicated.

The grounding for its epistemic theories of truth: The underlying vortical structure and mechanism of star's debris disk as explicated with its hypothetical construct based on the UVS model, elucidated its delusional observation that has been rendering it as a mysterious phenomenon. Thus, its cognitive paradox was simply dispersed, and all the related natural phenomena were then qualitatively analysed in the conceptual framework of UVS by inductive reasoning for explicating with their empirical evidence to predicate by abductive reasoning.

See the UVS topic on "Overviews of the UVS research" that elaborates on its visual grounded theory for the evaluations of natural phenomena.

Based on unisonal vortex mechanism[uvs], the observed spoke lines of the Fomalhaut[w] star indicated as "Scattered Light" in the image, are rendered by the vortices of standing waves that have formed around the accretion disk of a vortically flattened nested polar vortex pair in a nested hypersphere.

The "Ring Outer Edge" as shown in the image is the standing waves of a ring torus[m] structure formed in the nested hypersphere of the planetary system. And the observed cluster of torus-shaped structures formed around in the dust disk, are the harmonics of the main dual-core hypersphere.

Apparently, these spoke lines could be the emmission lines of charged dust particles, and they largely are originated from the two focal points of a dual-core vortical structure formed in the circumstellar disk. The indicated "Ring Center" supposedly is one of the dual-core vortical structure formed by the vortically flattened dual-core polar vortex pair at its inner nested vortical hypersphere.

The UVS research predicates the Ring Center of a star is a polar vortex center of its planetary system.

The image of an aurora manifested on the Earth apparently demonstrated the glowing spoke lines are pointed to two cores of a central dual-core vortical structure.

From the UVS perspective, this spoke lines of the aurora are plasmatic vortices of longitudinal waves[w] rendered on an accretion disk with ionized gas consolidated in the ionosphere.

The image of Moiré pattern illustrates the spoke lines of a dual-core hypersphere that formed as a cluster of torus-shaped hyperspheres.

From the UVS perspective, the underlying vortical standing waves formed as the spoke lines around the accretion disk, could vortically charge and ionize matter to glow with their plasma discharge.

The UVS research predicates the spoke lines on the dust disk of a star are vortical standing waves.

The debris ring of the Fomalhaut star. [s]

An aurora with dual-core spoke lines.

Moiré pattern of a dual-core hypersphere. [s]

Visible-light image of Fomalhaut. [s]
Composit image of Fomalhaut's dust ring. [s]
Dust disk around Fomalhaut. [s]

 

By visualizing the underlying structures and mechanisms, it intuitively reveals
the actualities of the mysteriously rendered natural phenomena.
- UVS inspired -

 

 

Image and animation credits:
Debris disk
- From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
IRAS satellite image of Vega's debris disk
- SolStation.com
Optical image of star Vega with debris disk - SST, JPL, CalTech, NASA
Image of a two-axis spheroid - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Image of the debris ring of the Fomalhaut star - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Moiré pattern spoke lines of a dual-core hypersphere
- Applet of David J. Eck
Image of star Fomalhaut in visible light - NASA/ESA/T. Currie, U. Toronto
Image of Fomalhaut from the ALMA - By LMA (ESO/NAOJ/NRAO), NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope, National Radio Astronomy Observatory), and W. Dent (ALMA, Chile)
SCUBA image of dust around Fomalhaut - By Joint Astronomy Centre with James Clerk Maxwell Telescope
Image of Star HD 107146 - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Image of the Cat's Eye Nebula, NGC 6543 - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Image of the Helix Nebula, NGC 7293 - ESO

 

The classified denotations with URL links for the individual words and specific phrases denoted in the UVS treatise:

[uvs]
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A specific UVS topic or a source from the UVS treatise.
[g]
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The definition for the word in the glossary list of the UVS treatise.
[d]
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The general definitions for the word from an the Internet dictionary source.
[w]
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A specific topic of the free encyclopedia by Wikipedia. 
[m]
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A miscellaneous Internet source.
[s]
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The Internet source for the inserted image or animation.

The inception of this UVS topic was on 8th Oct 2007 with ongoing updates since.

 

~ With special thanks to anonymous from Singapore for his private message highlighting the link on "Star HD 107146" that illustrates the spoke lines in the dusk disk of this star.

 

Disclaimers: The treatise of Universal Vortical Singularity (UVS) in its epistemological paradigm shift, is fundamentally unconventional. Its hypotheses grounded on a generally unheard-of UVS model, bound to have shortcomings, such as loose ends, errors, and omissions errors. Many details and assumptions in its propositions have yet to be further researched, probed, evaluated, validated, or verified. Its implicit explanations are for casual understanding of the UVS topics presented in the UVS worldview, so if any term or statement is offensive in any manner from whatsoever perspectives, is most regretted. Links to other sites do not imply endorsement of their contents; apply appropriate discretion whenever necessary. Also, the content of the UVS topics, from time to time could be arbitrarily modified without any notice.

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