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Through the summer, analysts kept finding tantalizing hints that Voyager-1 had reached this interstellar space. Next stop: Another star, in a few million years.
Not so fast, says a study published in this week’s issue of the research journal Nature. Four scientists at Johns Hopkins University say the solar wind should be deflected in a new direction if the edge is near. And Voyager, measuring the solar wind, has found no change.
Still, experts feel the edge is close.
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Originally posted by grantjennings
I like the idea of this. Anyone else share my enthusiasm?
Originally posted by stereologist
reply to post by grantjennings
There isn't a fixed boundary. It's vague zone where there is a transition zone.
Why would an advanced group of aliens wait for the event to happen? A long time ago they'd have understood that the goal was met. Why not reveal themselves decades ago?