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This solid surface model of the sun is based upon observations from the YOHKOH, SOHO and TRACE satellite programs, from spectral analysis data compiled by the SERTS program and from other solar observation programs from around the world.

THE SOLID SURFACE MODEL OF THE SUN
The solar core is embedded in fields of monopole charge induced by
High energy photons induced by exothermic mantle reactions transform into electron positron pairs at the solar core surface where electrons transform into field lines resulting in residual positrons which merge in trios, three trios are trapped by four transiting electrons and transform into protons.

Atomic electrons cycle positron trios through nested frame positions as the inner trio cycles to the outer position, emits photons absorbed between cycles and induces like polarity charge to the solar field as charge sum of a positron trio cycling through singularity with two electrons.

Transformation of photons into protons cools the solar core, provides a heat sink for mantle heating, and protons compose the solar wind powered by the repelling force between core ions which increases inversely as square of the distance between their like charges inducing a pressure gradient between stars and deep space powering the solar wind and filling the heliosphere with like polarity ions to the solar field.

Deep space is electrified by electron jets from black holes at centers of rotating galaxies and wormholes to antimatter universes. UV solar radiation ionizes atoms freeing electrons which cycle in the same instant and induce opposite charge to solar wind ions and opposite monopole charges induced in the same instant are attracted powering solar electric currents which transform voltage potential into kinetic energy until electrical resistance of the solar corona transforms kinetic energy into starlight.

The solar core is a rotating array of equal radius ionized spheres draped in ferrite boundary layers where high energy photons, induced by exothermic mantle reactions, transform into protons cooling the core and providing a heat sink for mantle heating. Protons compose the solar wind and protons transform with electrons, in exothermic nuclear reactions up to iron on the periodic table, into mantle elements, increasing solar mass and interstellar mass from solar winds, CMEs and supernovas.

The solar electric currents electrify the ionized solar atmosphere which captures electrons on field lines grounded on the solar core and extended above the atmosphere in coronal loops by the repelling force between trapped electrons.

MAGNETIC MOMENTS

We conclude from the hexagon at Saturn’s north pole that Saturn’s core is a rotating array of equal radius ionized spheres with their top and bottom faces perfectly aligned perpendicular the rotation axis. We conclude from the solid surface model of the sun, the solar core is also a rotating array of close packed equal radius spheres, draped by ferrite boundary layers, but top and bottom faces skewed with respect to the solar rotation axis.

embedded in fields which capture the repelling force between core ions and magnetic moments induced by the angular momentum of core rotation, a vector force increasing the momentum of like polarity ions embedded in the field in the direction of core rotation.

High energy photons transform into electron positron pairs at the solar core surface, where electrons transform into solar field lines, resulting in residual positrons which merge in trios. Trios are trapped by transiting electrons and transform into protons.

This solid surface model of the sun is based upon observations from the YOHKOH, SOHO and TRACE satellite programs, from spectral analysis data compiled by the SERTS program and from other solar observation programs from around the world.

Transformation of photons into protons cools the solar core and provides a heat sink for mantle heating from transformation of protons and electrons into mantle elements in exothermic reactions up to iron on the periodic table, heating and increasing mantle mass which increases interstellar mass from coronal mass ejections.

Protons are three positron trios trapped by four electrons which cycle through nested positions as the inner trio cycles to the outer position, emits photons absorbed between cycles and induces like polarity charge to the monopole field as charge sum induced by a positron trio and two electrons in the same singularity.

The solar field is monopole charge and magnetic moments induced by the ionized rotating solar core, trapped in frames by field lines transformed from electrons which cycle through nested positions as inner frame cycles to the outer position, captures charge and moments induced by core ions and electrons intersecting the core between cycles.
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We deduce that Saturn’s core is a close packed array of equal radius spheres by the persistent hexagon at Saturn’s north geographic pole which rotates at the same speed as Saturn’s core and suggest the solar core and Jupiter’s core are also close packed arrays of equal radius spheres.

It rotates with a period of 10h 39m 24s, the same period as Saturn’s radio emissions from its interior. The hexagon does not shift in longitude like other clouds in the visible atmosphere.

…it appears that this massive hexagonal storm could be a towering behemoth hundreds of kilometers in height that has its base deep in Saturn’s atmosphere.

Saturn’s magnetic dipole is strictly aligned with its rotational axis, meaning that the field, uniquely, is highly axisymmetric. The dipole is slightly shifted (by 0.037 Rs) along Saturn’s rotational axis towards the north pole

PLANETARY FORMATION IN STELLER RING CURRENT SCIENCE DAILY 2019

Proto-planets around young stars are embedded in fields which capture electrons from the solar wind on field lines propagated around their orbital paths which trap counterflowing ion currents powered by magnetic moments induced by the ionized rotating solar core composed of ions, transformed from photons at the surface of the proto-planetary core, ejected from the atmosphere by volcanoes.