Explanation on Ambiguous Behaviors of IC 310 Black Hole in Plasma Cosmology
Department of Physics, University of Kurdistan, Kurdistan province, Iran
The Thunderbolts Project – Persian Division
IC 310 is one of the high energetic -ray sources located in a distance from the Perseus cluster’s centered galaxy, NGC 1275. This galaxy has been identified at GeV with Fermi-LAT and MAGIC at very high energies, IC 310 exhibit high rapid variability of -ray production that the observed variability time scale is 4.8 minutes. There are several conventional models suggested for -ray production of sub-horizon scale variability: (I) mini-jet structures within the jets, (II) cloud/star-jet interactions, (III) magnetospheric model. This paper investigated the use of -ray bursts of Plasmoid and Photon bubbles as a new model to explain vague observed phenomenon of IC 310 black hole. In this model the photon are weightless in a local system of reference, but repelled in a reference system of distant observer, such as an observer on Earth looking at photon close to a black hole. The weightlessness of photons in the local system of reference eliminates the needs for black holes.
Keyword: IC 310, High energy, Magnetosphere, Plasmoid, Black holes, Jets
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The 6th International Conference and Workshops on Basic and Applied Science (6th ICOWOBAS 2017)
Erbil – Kurdistan region – Iraq
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