Researchers have long suspected the solar system was bent, but never had direct evidence until now, said Voyager mission scientist Edward Stone of the California Institute of Technology, Monday.
"Voyager 2 entered the termination shock almost 1 billion miles closer within the southern hemisphere of the heliosphere of the solar system than Voyager 1 previously had," said Stone.Remote-viewing, a practice ahead of its time, aligns with Scientific Study.
"The termination shock is a turbulent area far beyond Pluto's orbit where the solar winds emanating from the sun are significantly slowed as they run up against the thin gas of interstellar space." Read more. -Editor: Song Shutao
View More of Major Ed Dame's observations... (25 min– Talk)
Hey, maybe he's wrong this time... :| (Has it's Gore-ish Doom.)
More stories today:
Tracking Variations in Earth's Magnetic Field
field data; Retaining records of variations (flux patches)
Interesting study at CalTech: