In the depths of the stars flow of nonequilibrium thermodynamic processes.
Physicists from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (USA) explained the observed changes in the brightness of stars KIC8462852, without involving the hypothesis of the existence around the celestial body eclipsing the light of alien plants. Devoted to the study published in the journal Physical Review Letters.
Scientists have shown that changes in KIC8462852 observed from the emission spectrum coincide with the universal characteristics of the system approaching the critical point of phase transition. This means that in the depths of the stars flow of non-equilibrium thermodynamic processes, and, most of all, it is with them, not hypothetical objects in orbit around the sun, linked the observed behavior KIC8462852.
Similarly describe phase transitions, e.g. in ferromagnets and spin systems. Meanwhile, astronomers are still trying to explain the behavior of the lights objects beyond.
So, in the work published in the library of electronic preprints arXiv.org scientists are trying to prove that Eclipse KIC8462852 due to the presence around him of several planets in orbits which are many large dust clouds. The question of how around these planets could appear a dust cloud, the authors have not considered.
The star KIC 8462852 is at a distance of 1480 light-years from Earth in the constellation Cygnus. Its mass and radius about 1.5 times larger than the Sun. The star is interesting because, as suggested by a number of astronomers, its luminosity with strict periodicity is changed to 22 percent.
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