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Historical! NASA’s Voyager 1 captures incredible distant plasma emissions

  • by Alba luz Leal
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UNITED STATES – NASA’s Voyager 1 probe has captured a truly historic event. This is a series of data at a distance of more than 22 thousand 700 million kilometers from the solar system. In this way, everything seems to indicate that the space is not “as empty” as we all thought. A constant amount of plasma was captured by the artificial device to everyone’s amazement. In this sense, Voyager 1 has the data to prove it after its launch in 1977. During this time, it has traveled through space and managed to leave the solar system and head for unknown territory (called “heliopause”). . ). In this way, the data produced is surprisingly revealing and has been published in the journal Nature. In this research, it is pointed out that the discovery is based on the constant, persistent and long-lasting hum picked up by Voyager 1. With an extremely low frequency (of only 3 kHz), this is evidence of plasma in space. It is such a hot material that the electrons have been removed from the atoms, resulting in an ionized gas. Source: Pixabay. While it is true that plasma can be found on Earth, what is truly amazing is that it could have been found in the middle of outer space. In addition, it must be remembered that NASA’s Voyager 1 had perceived strong plasma disturbances caused by the oscillations that the Sun causes with its constant ejections from the corona, but in recent years it has recorded a smaller amount. This signal persisted for about three years, and assuming Voyager 1 is traveling at 61,000 kilometers per hour, it indicates that the plasma is in an area of ​​about 1.5 billion kilometers. Finally, the question that remains unanswered is what generates this plasma, an answer that can be approached in the years of life that remain of this artificial device.