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Scientists in the US are trying to map the twisting "tubes" so they can be used to cut the cost of space travel.
Each one acts like a gravitational version of the Gulf Stream, created from the complex interplay of forces between planets and moons.
Scientists unveil plan designed to cut cost of space travel Depicted by computer graphics, the pathways can look like strands of spaghetti that
Professor Shane Ross, from Virginia Tech university, said: "The idea is there are low energy pathwayswrap around planetary bodies and snake between them.