On the Orbital Velocities Nearby Rotary Stars and Black Holes
Year: 2006 Pages: 5
Keywords: Maxwell Analogy, gravitation, star, rotary star, black hole, torus, gyrotation, gravitomagnetism, angular momentum
Observation of some huge spinning black holes in the centre of galaxies, and surrounded by orbiting stars, shows that stars close-by the black hole orbit at much higher speeds than normally expected, whereas the velocity of stars at higher distances suddenly falls down to normal values. In a former paper "On the Shape of Rotary Stars and Black Holes" I found the analytic expressions for the forces on rotary stars and black holes, due to the gyrotation forces. These forces are generated by the second field of gravitation, based on the Maxwell Analogy for Gravitation (or historically more correctly: the Heaviside Analogy for Gravitation). In earlier papers, I showed the great workability of this analytical method, at the condition that the "local absolute velocity" is defined in relation to a major gravitational field instead of the "observer system" as with GRT. I found so the detailed explanation for the double-lobes explosions of supernova, and for the equator explosions. Here, I deduct the velocity distribution of orbital objects nearby or farther away from rotary stars or black holes.