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This is more a question of confirmation: October 6-9, 2015 My "gedanken" conception of (BS) galaxies. I have reason to believe that the bar in barred spiral (BS) galaxies is created during the elliptical capture of two galaxies in process of galactic collision by the immense gravitational field created by the two most super singularities, each located at their respective galactic centers. A semi-prolated spheroidal (squashed football long axis) shape of the gravitational field is created by a highly eccentric elliptical bi-orbit of the two super singularities, and is responsible for

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    October 6-9, 2015 This is more a question of confirmation. My "gedanken" conception of (BS) galaxies. I have reason to believe that the bar in barred spiral (BS) galaxies is created during the elliptical capture of two galaxies in process of galactic collision by the immense gravitational field created by the two most super singularities, each located at their respective galactic centers. A semi- prolated spheroidal (squashed football long axis) shape of the gravitational field is created by a highly eccentric elliptical bi-orbit of the two super singularities, and is responsible for the stellar mass accumulation and stellar creation along the bar axis on each side of the barycenter of the singularities over a long period of time as the gravitational field associated with stellar mass and the singularities begins to collapse toward the axis line of the bar. The axis line of the bar should coincide with changing focal points of the bi-orbital ellipse of the singularities and gravitational forces associated with the trailing arms of stellar mass. I think that the number of galaxies in collisions can be determined to a reasonable probability within 1 by the number of bars in a spiral galaxy. I believe that the gravitational forces of orbital precession of the super singularities is responsible for the gravitationally induced (Coriolis ?) force orbits of stellar mass in opposing directions about the radial bar axis each side of the barycenter before and after unification of the singularities.

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