(34)

from this, having entered the mass of the mega-wormhole neck ${M}_{h}$ from (31), we have for the coeffiсient of neutralization the following:

$|1-{\eta }_{e}|=\sqrt{\frac{{R}_{h}{\gamma }_{\ast p}}{{r}_{hp\ast }}\frac{{m}_{p}{\left(1+{\eta }_{n}\right)}^{2}}{{M}_{h}}}$ . (35)

Substituting the numerical values of the its quantities in (35):

${m}_{p}=1.6726×{10}^{-24}\text{g},$

${r}_{h\ast p}=0.8412×{10}^{-13}\text{cm},$

${R}_{h}={10}^{16}\text{cm},$

${M}_{h}=5.6×{10}^{9}×1.9885×{10}^{33}\text{g},$

${\gamma }_{\ast p}=0.548×{10}^{3},$

${\eta }_{n}\approx 1,$

Figure 5. “Wandering” galactic wormhole with extreme radius ${R}_{h}$ and the neck mass ${M}_{h}$ (megamaximon).

we obtain the following:

$|1-{\eta }_{e}|\approx 0.63×{10}^{-17}\ll 1$ . (36)

This means that this wormhole is almost neutralized by charge: ${\eta }_{e}\to 1$ .

Let’s estimate the value of the dimensionless parameter $\xi$ :

$\xi =\frac{{R}_{h}}{{R}_{c}},\text{\hspace{0.17em}}\text{\hspace{0.17em}}{R}_{c}=\frac{Q\sqrt{k}}{{c}^{2}}=\frac{e\sqrt{k}}{{c}^{2}}{N}_{p}|1-{\eta }_{e}|,\text{\hspace{0.17em}}\text{\hspace{0.17em}}\xi =\frac{{r}_{hp\ast }|1-{\eta }_{e}|}{{\gamma }_{\ast p}\left(1+{\eta }_{n}\right){r}_{c}}.$ (37)

${r}_{c}=1.3807×{10}^{-34}\text{cm}$ [7] .

Substituting the values of the parameters in (37), we obtain the following for $\xi$ :

$\xi =\frac{0.8412×{10}^{-13}×0.3×{10}^{-17}}{1.3807×{10}^{-34}×2×0.548×{10}^{3}}\approx 3.5\to 1.$ (38)

Thus, the object discovered by astronomers and astrophysicists in the galaxy is the wormhole, the practical maximum wormhole by parameters, the megamaximon.

Considering that it is geometrically similar to a torus on the photo, it can be assumed that this is the wormhole wandering between galaxies, obtained from the solution (13) by gluing through two necks with two Reissner-Nordstrom vacuum worlds, which are cut and glued along the circles of radius, much larger radius of the neck (Figure 5).

6. Summary

The paper describes the solution of general relativity equations for spherically symmetric dust-like matter and the radial electric field and shows analytically and graphically that it describes a space object of nontrivial topology—the wormhole, with its two necks extending into two parallel vacuum asymptotically flat worlds or into one world if these surfaces are cut and glued accordingly.

This model is used to describe the newly discovered galactic black hole (presumably) with a radius of about 1016 cm and a mass of 1043 g by astrophysicists and astronomers in Virgo constellation within the Event Horizon Telescope project. It is shown that it can be a hole (do not confuse it with a Black Hole) in space-time—the wormhole that is almost compensated by electric charge with the radius equal to the critical ${R}_{c}$ , and equal to half of the gravitational radius ${R}_{g}$ . That is, this object is megamaximon.

Acknowledgements

We express our gratitude to S.I. Okov for his help in translating the article.

Conflicts of Interest

The authors declare no conflicts of interest regarding the publication of this paper.

Cite this paper

Khlestkov, Yu.A., Lukashina, N.Yu., Lukashin, M.Yu., Lukashin, P.Yu. and Trushkin, N.S. (2019) Gravitational Description and Graphics of a Wormhole Structure—A Galactic Megamaximon. Journal of Modern Physics, 10, 1299-1309. https://doi.org/10.4236/jmp.2019.1011086

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