[Yellow circle below is our Sun found directly between Milky Way [blue whirlpool] & Sagittarius Dwarf Galaxies [orange loop]
The discovery of May 30th 2006 reveals that the apparent placement of Earth at the nexus of these two galaxies
has far greater significance than any had yet imagined--
Earth and her Sun star system is not aligned with the near 90 degree off-angle galaxy in the sky (now) before us
"because the Milky Way is simply not our parent galaxy."
We have just established that we are still angled with the smaller parent galaxy but appear to have now fully and gravitationally broken free the last
time circling down through the disc, and we are now moving independently -- back up-- and being gravitationally pulled into position as in backing up parallel parking fashion -- even with the plane of the center of gravity of the incredibly energetic 200 billion star glow of the Milky Way whirlpool arms and disc. We are witnessing in our lifetimes something that is nothing short of astounding. In contrast to the deep dark space we are coming out of, this new region is the equator region of the Milky Way where it is anything but cold, destitute, and bleak.
We are star dust, yet in the absence of the radiating glow from our nearby star, evolution would immediately stall. How much more can our evolution be accelerated when centering into the plane of greatest bandwidth of all the evolving natural frequencies of life? An interesting train of thought when considering that most of our DNA is apparently not turned on as yet. It now appears to be only a matter of time before we're fully pulled into the angle of our new home, the Milky Way as we approach a more exacting alignment within the plane and center zone of the Milky Way disc in the year 2012.
With the aid of infrared telescopes, and super computers, scientists were recently able to distinguish
the Sagittarius Dwarf presence, position, and looping shape out from the mass of background stars and
create a new star map putting our solar system right into the intersecting stream of the two galaxies.
It was not until the most recent discoveries that all of the pieces of the puzzle fit together...
When one begins a search effort to determine the current state of humanity's
understanding of the astro-sciences, it becomes apparent that such new
discoveries can be happened upon and then be reported in some obscure area of the
internet that completely supersedes all other related discoveries and published
data on the topic while the earlier incorrect data remains up for perhaps-- years and goes
uncorrected in either the textbooks or the bulk of the internet sites...
*Such is even the case with things as large as the 200 billion star Milky Way galactic structure being discovered some time ago to be completely lopsided with no spiral arms branching out from the other side-- and all data to the contrary still remains and is even taught:
"has extra long arms sprouting out on one side and is warped and armless on the other." [DISCOVERY CHANNEL] [PIC: NASA]
The breakthroughs in science are coming now so rapidly that even at this very moment-- most
astro-science personnel that could be consulted for comment on even the first two mainstream
science sourced breakthrough discoveries listed above (that) have now fully "undone" all related
textbook science all the way back to Copernicus-- may not have had ample opportunity to be
properly updated on these and actually able to be definitive in any related statements issued.
NOTE: A recent incredible discovery has also uncovered the fact that man has also been basically incorrect in much of the basic measurement analysis for much of our distant Hubble telescope astronomy to date:
"Universe actually shines twice as bright as astronomers had thought, a discovery that will lead to a massive reevaluation of space images."
"A lot of conclusions will have to be revised, notably about the evolution of galaxies."
"...in fact only half the energy produced by stars actually reaches our telescopes directly, the rest is blocked by dust grains."
Professor Majewski, (University of Virginia Astronomy) lead author heading up the team releasing the 2003 paper (which revealed the hidden in plain sight loop shaped structure of the intersecting dwarf galaxy through our near space) has now clearly offered a fresh new scientific perspective on the state of our earlier understanding, and disclosed details of the launching of a new mission, instrumentation, and funding:
[ NASA/ JPL podcast 09/07/07 ]
"We don't know the basic things about our place in the galaxy, our sun's place in the galaxy."