"The pulses are coming from the north pole of Jupiter," says Randy Gladstone, a scientist at the Southwest Research Institute and leader of the team that made the discovery using NASA's orbiting Chandra X- ray Observatory. Above: Every 45 minutes an x-ray source blinks near Jupiter's north magnetic pole. This animation, based on data from the Chandra X-ray Observatory, shows the hot spot pulsing 15 times during one complete 10-hour rotation of the giant planet. -- end quote --
Now the 5th edition of this book is going to simplify the 4th edition very much so, and by that I mean odd exotica in astronomy of pulsars, neutron stars, black-holes, and quasars are easily dismissed in this 5th edition as nothing more elaborate than the Maxwell Equations yielding X-rays from the Maxwell Equations.
So, what I have is that quasars are just normal galaxies nearby to the Milky Way with their galactic nucleus of EM-gravity in gravity-cells of large stars emitting gamma rays and X-rays. Pulsars are binary stars with gravity-cells clashing to produce pulsed signals. The Sun and Jupiter are two gravity cells clashing and producing Jupiter's pulses as noted above. Stars as neutron stars are nonexistent and they are simply normal stars or large planets of a binary pair in which their gravity cells are clashing and emitting X-rays and gamma rays. Black holes are nonexistent and simply are two gravity cells of large binary stars clashing.
So in a Universe where physics is axiomatized by the Maxwell Equations, gravity is EM-gravity and when two large bodies form gravity cells that clash, they form a X-ray tube. See how the Maxwell Equations derives the X-ray tube as a source of X-rays and gamma rays.
Now I see this discovery of Jupiter was made in 2002 yet this is 2013 and there should have been a huge important news broadcast of this important fact. However it was squashed and suppressed in the news. I just found out of this news last night. And the reason it was suppressed is because it goes against the mainstream muddle headed and wrong scientists who want to keep their fantasy of black-holes, quasars, neutron stars and pulsars, keep that fictional fantasy going on longer, when it should have been swept out of physics in shame by 2002.
Science newsgroups like sci.physics, sci.chem, sci.bio, sci.geo.geology, sci.med, ?sci.paleontology, sci.astro, sci.physics.electromag need to?be hosted the same as what Drexel University hosts sci.math as the Math Forum. The world has plenty of good colleges and Universities to?host each of the science newsgroups. Divide them up and spread them?out. Science belongs in education, not in private companies trying to make more money. People?reading science do not need silly ads continually distracting and?nagging them. Google and Bing are ill suited to host science ?newsgroups, not just advertisement, but because of three major?flaws: (1) search engine bombing (2) fake names allowed (3) no limit of posts per day. When you have those three evils, the signal to noise ratio is off the charts. In the old days, before May 2012 where Google?had author-search, you could follow an author. Now that Google no?longer keeps an author archive the newsgroups are nothing more than ?chat rooms. Google, metaphorically used to be the PBS of Usenet and now they want to become the mind-rot of CBS, NBC, ABC for Usenet.
Only Drexel's Math Forum has done a excellent, simple and fair author- archiving of AP sci.math posts since May 2012 as seen here: