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Studying our solar system's protective bubble

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Astrophysicists believe the heliosphere protects the planets within our solar system from powerful radiation emanating from supernovas. Despite the massive buffer against cosmic radiation that theheliosphere provides Earth’s life-forms, no one really knows the shape of theHeliosphere. Neutral hydrogen particles streaming from outside the solar system most likely play a crucial role in the way our heli cosmos takes shape.
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Studying our solar system's protective bubble

A multi-institutional team of astrophysicists headquartered at Boston University, led by BU astrophysicist Merav Opher, has made a breakthrough discovery in our understanding of the cosmic forces that shape the protective bubble surrounding our solar system—a bubble that shelters life on Earth and is known by space researchers as the heliosphere.

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Another Breakthrough for Team Studying Our Solar System’s Protective Bubble

A multi-institutional team of astrophysicists headquartered at Boston University has made a breakthrough discovery in our understanding of the cosmic forces that shape the protective bubble surrounding our solar system—a bubble that shelters life on Earth and is known by space researchers as the heliosphere.

8 months ago
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Another breakthrough for team studying our solar system’s protective bubble %%sep%% SCIENMAG: Latest Science and Health News

A multi-institutional team of astrophysicists headquartered at Boston University, led by BU astrophysicist Merav Opher, has made a breakthrough discovery in our understanding of the cosmic forces that shape the protective bubble surrounding our solar system—a bubble that shelters life on Earth and is known by space researchers as the…

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