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We could be living in a squirrel-shaped bubble in space, scientists say, while the Nasa funds work

A TEAM of astronomers led by Boston University have found that the heliosphere is shaped like a croissant.

For those who don’t know, the heliosphere is a vast area that stretches around the sun more than twice as far as Pluto.

The heliosphere appears to be in the shape of a... A CROISSANT.

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The heliosphere appears to be in the shape of a… A CROISSANT.
The heliosphere is the vast region that extends more than twice beyond Pluto.

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The heliosphere is the vast region that extends more than twice beyond Pluto.
NASA is now conducting $12 million worth of research to find out exactly where the croissant shape comes into play.

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NASA is now conducting $12 million worth of research to find out exactly where the croissant shape comes into play.

Forbes reported that NASA has announced a new five-year, $12 million grant to help scientists continue their groundbreaking research into how the sun affects and shapes the solar system.

The money will be split between nine new university heliosphere research institutes across the United States.

Because there is so little knowledge about the heliosphere, it is considered cutting-edge research.

However, astronomers do know a few things, like the fact that a continuous storm of hot and charged particles from the Sun exists within the heliosphere.

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The heliosphere is also known to create a magnetic force field that keeps charged particles from entering the solar system and destroys or mutates the DNA to produce us.

The Croissant hypothesis is informed by the SHIELD model constructed by 40 astronomers led by Merav Opher.

Opher is a senior scientist at SHIELD DRIVE Science Center and a professor of astronomy at Boston University.

“We’re beginning to understand the importance of the heliosphere to life on Earth and also to Earth’s climate,” Opher said, according to Forbes.

“But right now, as we understand it from the heliosphere, an energy source is missing – and we don’t know what it is. That means something in the heliosphere is producing energy.”

The new NASA-funded research will help the SHIELD team create a “digital twin” of the heliosphere.

In this way, the team can, among other things, support future exploration of the solar system and the search for extraterrestrial life in the Milky Way.

NASA's research is considered pioneering due to the fact that so little is known about the heliosphere.

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NASA’s research is considered pioneering due to the fact that so little is known about the heliosphere.
The money for the research will be split between nine new heliosphere research institutes at universities in the US

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The money for the research will be split between nine new heliosphere research institutes at universities in the US

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Chris Barrese

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