1. Spiral-arm with blue lightning young stars
Area with blue lightning young stars
The ejected material was distributed inside of the Galaxy-arms
Components of the old Star-Material was taken along with the Dark-Clouds-Stream
2. Spiral-arm with blue lightning young stars
Area with yellow lightning old stars. You can see very exactly the starting-points of the Galaxy-Arms and there further ways. Sound: Click here
Portions of the ejected material was attracted by the central area.
This Galaxy let you take a look at the central area and its functionality. The Dark-Clouds-Streams are displayed negative. The old Star-Material is in the center of the Galaxy. The Development-Area of the 2 Dark-Material-Streams are on the both sides of the oval ring in the central area. Portions of the Dark-Material-Streams don't follow the narrowing curve of the ring and eject out of it. Components of the old Star-Material was taken along with them. In this picture, you can see quite exactly the starting-points of the Galaxy-Arms and there further ways. If you look precisely at the progress of the Dark-Material-Stream, you recognize, that the passage has some indentations in the funnel-shaped output-channel. This indentations deflect a part of the Material-Mainstream. The consequence of this deflections is the development of side-arms of the Galaxy. Changes of the indentations of the output-channels or modification of a side of the oval cause an alternation of the stream-angle. The result is the development of a branching at the outer side of a Spiral-Galaxy-Arm, par example, Galaxy NGC5427 or Galaxy NGC2997.
ESO-Photo Galaxy NGC1365
The Galaxy NGC1365 has a distance from the observer on the earth of about 60.000.000 light years. The diameter is about of 200.000 light years. For a full rotation it needs about 350.000.000 years. In its central-area there are yellow lightning old stars and in the Galaxy-Arms there are the blue lightning young stars. This facts are in contradiction to the "Black-Hole-Theory". But Contradictions make a theory faulty.