NASA scientists detected the boundary of the solar system and named it the Hydrogen wall. Earlier, there was no proper information about it, but now, they have revealed that their new horizon spacecraft can detect and see that invisible boundary.
Voyager project scientist Ed Stone gave this statement last week “It was really a wonderful journey.“It is really breathtaking that humankind is astronomical”, stated Physicist Jamie Rankin.
”It was astonishing to work on this revolutionary data from spacecraft”, she says, “I am just thankful for all people who have spent much time on these scientists.”
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The scientist described that a hydrogen wall is a place where bubbles of solar winds fail to exist. The mass of this astronomical matter is small, but it is strong enough to cease the solar winds and not let solar winds to pass through. In short, it acts like a wall that presses the solar winds inwards.
The sun constantly throws off a breeze of charged particles called solar winds. This blast flutter in all directions, carrying its magnetic field with it. Ultimately the solar winds collapse into the interstellar matter, the remains of the ancient cosmic explosion’s that prowl in space between stars.
Now the new evidences reveal that the matter and energy drifting by solar winds expand in an appropriate region-building Hydrogen wall. Hydrogen is the most common element in space.
NASA’S voyager exposed that boundary and is giving humans more information about some big mysteries of our solar system.
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The analysis of this latest evidence collected by New Horizons was published by Nasa scientist untimely this week.
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