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The Solar System Is Shaped Like A “Deflated Croissant," Suggests NASA Data

WorldNews Thursday, 6 August 2020
The Solar System Is Shaped Like A “Deflated Croissant, Suggests NASA DataOur Solar System is apparently shaped like a “deflated croissant”. That might sound like an obscure reference to Ricky and Morty, but it’s actually the latest findings of a recent study using data gathered from NASA spacecraft. The Solar System is surrounded by a bubble of space known as the heliosphere, dominated by charged particles and magnetic fields. Created by solar wind particles streaming out from the Sun, the heliosphere keeps all the Solar System’s planets...
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