Date: 4 weeks ago   Category: Space

NASA has found a hydrogen wall on border of Solar system


NASA has found a hydrogen wall on border of Solar system
The space agency considers that data of one of probes prove existence of invisible border at the edges of Solar system. NASA has reported that the probe New Horizons, perhaps, has found invisible border of our Solar system. She represents a hydrogen wall. Writes Live Science about it. Experts claim that the probe has recorded an ultra-violet luminescence which has to proceed from a hydrogen wall. Scientists explain that they look for the place where solar wind abates and our Solar system comes to an end. Further the interstellar space filled with hydrogen stretches. Schematic image of a hydrogen wall (photo: nasa.gov) Because of collisions of solar helioparticles and hydrogen appears the certain hydrogen wall in a special way disseminating ultraviolet. The probe could also record this luminescence. Also the luminescence could proceed from other powerful source which is far outside Solar system. The day before the broken telescope has found 44 new exoplanets of News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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