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VEGA - Nearly stable
Plus, containment reveal
In this video, researcher HENK has nearly got the conditions right to produce a dense, stable plasmoid around the anode. Periodically you can see that the conditions break down and there is an arc formed between areas on the cathode and the anode.
At the end, when the contrast and zoom is adjusted, we can see that their is multiple layers of density to the structure that is collectively spinning on the outside. However, there are equidistant more dense, self-organised areas around the circumference of the anode.
Also, we can clearly see that the overall dense plasmoid has a much larger radius than the anode.
In the next video, it is very obvious how quickly the plasmoid and its resonant structures self-organise. We can see clearly the spherically arranged off-set sub-structures, including their own double layers.
We also see at the end, how the containment is comprised of a simple mild steel (magnetic) cylinder that could be acquired readily from a scrap yard, with a glass viewing port employing crude but effective sealants.
Being able to use a range of cameras that can zoom and change their parameters is very powerful, as is the ability to affordably change electrode geometries and materials.
A huge amount can be learned from this approach. It will be open.