NASA-Voyager, the Sun’s magnetic field becomes bubbles
United States, June 10, 2011
NASA’s Voyager spacecraft came to 14,500 million kilometers from Earth and are broadcasting news from the unexplored reaches of the solar system.
According to mission scientists they have just received very significant evidence.
They find out that the Sun’s magnetic field becomes bubbles in the heliopause.
The Sun’s magnetic field extends all the way to the edge of the solar system. Because the Sun rotates, its magnetic field becomes twisted and wrinkled, a bit like a ballerina skirt. Far, far away from the Sun, where the Voyagers are now, the folds of the skirt pile.
When a magnetic field is severely bent in this case, interesting things can happen. Magnetic force lines intersect and connect magnetic reconnection is the same energy process underlying solar flares. The folds of the skirt tend to reorganize, sometimes explosively, magnetic bubbles in foam.