The Solid Solar Surface Model is based upon observations from the YOHKOH, SOHO and TRACE satellite programs, from spectral analysis data compiled by the SERTS program. This “running Difference” image of the sun’s surface was captured by SOHO. This NASA image was taken on May 27th 2005 at 19:13 using the 195A filter that is sensitive to iron ion emissions.

ferrite surface of the sun

The solar core is a rotating array of equal radius ionized spheres draped by ferrite boundary layers embedded in fields which capture the repelling force between core ions and dipole moments induced by rotational momentum of the ionized core, a vector force which increases velocity of orbiting ions in the direction of core rotation.

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

The solar mantle is hydrogen, compressed to a metalic liquid by solar gravity cooled from below by tranfomation of photons into protons and heated from above by the high temperature corona of ionized plasma gas which transforms the kinetic energy of the solar electric current into photons.

The solar wind originates at the surface of the solar mantle transformed from hydrogen into proton ions in an endothermic change of state reaction which cools the mantle surface.

Temperatures in the corona are upwards of 2 million degrees Fahrenheit, while just 1,000 miles below, the underlying surface simmers at a balmy 10,000 F. How the Sun manages this feat remains one of the greatest unanswered questions in astrophysics; scientists call it the coronal heating problem.

Coronal holes are associated with rapidly expanding “open” magnetic fields along which the solar wind flow can easily escape. They appear as dark regions in solar extreme ultraviolet (EUV) and X-ray images due to the lower density and temperature compared to the surrounding corona.

Sunspots propogate field lines carried antisunward with the solar wind which capture electrons atracted by the voltage potential between stars and deep space which transform the momentum of spiralling charges into dipole moments and sum of moments as a dipole field along the rotation axis which attracts electrons sunward with a force which increases directly as the amperage of spiralling electrons.

The field induced by spiralling electrons increase the kinetic energy of the current into sunspots until electrical resistane of the corona transforms kinetic energy into photons, inducing auroras.

Astronomers using the Karl G. Jansky Very Large Array have observed long-lasting aurora-like radio bursts above a sunspot that resemble radio emissions from aurorae on Earth.

The hexagon at Saturn’s pole suggests Saturn’s core is a geometic array of equal radius spheres with hexagonal top and botton plates and, unlike the sun Earth and Jupiter, the core array rotates exactly aligned Saturn’s rotation axis, and power rings, ionized by sunlight, exactly around the equatorial plane.

Dipole moments induced by core rotation and captured by the solar field is a vector force which increases the momentum of orbiting ions perpendicular to the core rotation axis, which is tipped with respect to the solar rotation axis, and powers
rotation and undulation of the interplanetary current sheet.