Analysis of Sagittarius A* in wavelength and dimension

But the sequestering of the data, even temporarily, has irritated other astronomers, who believe that it is antithetical to the ideal of scientific openness.

The quote is about the failure to release top candidate data on Earth like exoplanet locations. The question I must ask is whether they are using publicly funded data to create personal wealth in the form of fame and publishing? I suppose we could pass legislation to repeal Newton's laws and that would show them.
This "Science Users" portion of the Multiwavelength Milky Way Project is intended primarily for use by the astronomical community. As such, this page includes technical references and links to data sets not present on the Education pages. Presented here are maps of the Milky Way galaxy at ten wavelength regions. The maps are constrained to +/- ten degrees of the Galactic plane. Below the maps is a finder char
The files are not known to contain errors, but the user is advised to check any scientific results against the data from the original sources. The user is also referred to the original references for descriptions of backgrounds, sensitivities, resolutions, and other considerations relevant to the interpretation of the data.
cat Instrument.DAT | sed "s/\o000/\n/g"

Above is typical "find and replace" using sed, the stream editor. It is necessary for some files in order to make the data readable by code and plot functions. That particular rune is a method to replace "binary zero" as a UNIX EOL ( End Of Line ).

Even though pitch roll and yaw fit well into the Cartesian system, I am certain that the ratio of X:Y, Y:Z , and Z:X contains redundant information. I suppose that I am obligated to plot it and correlate the three relationships to see if they are consistent and if they have a new degree of uncertainty as a result.

I assume it will be possible to determine, with some precision, the complete ( time and distance2 distorted ) map of the universe. There seems to be no obstacle except the complexity of calculations. To make it more fun I will use a mirror ball in blender and place objects to simulate the distortions of a sphere as a gravity/charge induced bump map.That should also make it easier to manipulate the variations that would arise due to relativistic speed and gravitational red shift.

Actually the M104 ngc4594 "sombrero galaxy" could be easier to interpolate from the secondary glow as a general rule of thumb to the variations. Sag A* is occluded and is more difficult. I will try both and see if they correlate. Surprisingly the Sag A* is considered small at 4 million solar masses and a radius that would extend to about the orbit of Venus if it were in the center of the Sol system.


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