Outside our solar system, sound comes from existing plasma in interstellar interstellar medium. (Symbolic photo: ESO Twitter)
NASA’s Voyager-1 hears interference of interstellar plasma outside the Solar System.
Hearing the sound of NASA’s Voyager-1 vehicle will prove to be new information to scientists. (Symbolic photo: Shutterstock)
These radiations do not reach the Earth’s surface Cosmic rays also penetrate the heliosphere. In such a case, the Earth’s magnetic field and atmosphere either change the direction of these radiations or make them ineffective. Now, Wiser-1 has reached the heliosphere of the Sun. Density in space outside the Solar System is increasing, so learn how to get this information In 2012, the solar system was overtaken Voyager 1 now faces the interstellar through the heliosphere. NASA launched Wiser 1 in 1977, which surpassed our solar system in 2012. Visor was sent outside the Solar System to explore the outer planets of our solar system, if possible.
NASA’s Voyager 1 spacecraft reaches the heliosphere boundary of the Solar System. (Image: NASA / JPL-Caltech)
The sound starts as soon as the heliosphere comes out Voyager 1 has traveled 38 billion kilometers so far, about 150 times the distance between our Sun and Earth. It takes 12 hours for light to reach the earth. Since 2017, plasma waves at a distance of about 23 billion kilometers have been continuously echoing. This plasma is a scattering gas that is in a special state between stars. Learn how Saturn became a strange and shaped magnetic field It’s like a kind of light rain of particles. This is due to the very moderate activity that occurs in the interstellar medium. It is not clear what this activity is. This heat is caused by the oscillation of the plasma or the sound of virtual heat caused by the action of electrons in the plasma. However, this finding may reveal plasma concentrations in the interstellar medium.