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Pearl Necklace said...

In the center of the spiral nebulae, we see a lot, lighter and easier
decomposable than the rest. Suppose that over time all
the spiral streaks of glowing substance, converging to this centre,
back in it, as it should be; assume further that the flakes or
other separate bodies constituting these light strips accumulate in more
a large mass during the approach to this Central group and that the masses
forming this Central group also accumulate in larger masses (a
both these assumptions we need to make); and finally we
get more or less globular group of such larger masses, which
are relatively easily decomposable. As this process of connection
and concentration will continue, the masses, constituting a hazy spot,
will gradually become smaller, larger, brighter, and all will
thicker to gather around their common center of gravity. Let's see how this conclusion
coincides with the observation. "Round shape, says Arago, just more often
characterizes decomposable hazy spots." Sir John Herschel says:
"Decomposable foggy spots are almost always round or oval". In addition
in the centre of each group, we notice that the components of its mass
crowding together more closely than in other parts; and it was shown that
the law of gravity, which as we know extends to the stars, is
the distribution does not match the balance, but imply
the process of concentration. Above we have reached by inference to the fact
provisions that, depending on the circumstances, the extent of which reaches
the process of accumulation, should be different. The position is confirmed and
in fact, we see that there exist proper vague stains of all kinds
degrees of splitting, from those which consist of innumerable small
individual masses and to those who are present meeting the few large
bodies that deserve the title of stars.