The fall of gaseous dust matter in triaxial rotating galaxies results in the formation of elliptical disks of gaseous dust. Such disks are formed in the central region and lie in the equatorial plane or in the meridional plane and rotate about the principle vertical axes of the galaxy. The computed field of velocities demonstrates rotation and expansion of the disks. The appearance of local counterflows of gaseous dust matter with respect to stars is probable.
- Pub Date:
- May 1994