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The artificial barrier in space surrounds the entire Earth: it was discovered by NASA probes

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The artificial barrier in space surrounds the entire Earth: it was discovered by NASA probes

Three years ago, NASA space probes discovered strange phenomena in space. They resemble an artificial barrier that completely surrounds our planet. The beginning of studies of this fantastic barrier has shown that it somehow affects the space weather outside the atmosphere of our planet. Scientists suggest that this is due to the active activity of people. They call for a new geological epoch to be named after humanity because the inhabitant of the Earth really changed the cosmos.

Nasa barrier

The good news is that unlike the impact on the planet itself, the artificially created barrier works in favor of earthlings. NASA in 2012 sent two probes into space, they worked together, their speed was about 3.2 thousand kilometers per hour.

Three years ago, the probes discovered something strange during observations of the activity of charged particles that were attracted by the earth's magnetic field. all dangerous solar discharges were strangely restrained by an incomprehensible low-frequency barrier. researchers began to study this fact and found that the barrier actively pushed the van allen belt away from the earth over the past few decades.

As a result, the lower limits of radiation fluxes are much further away than they were, for example, in the 60s of the last century. then there was a certain type of transmission – radio communication with a low frequency.

Over time, it has become prevalent, and now NASA has evidence that it can affect the movement of individual particles in outer space. Due to these waves with a low frequency, they were created by human hands, human-made space weather appeared. Several experiments and observations have helped explain that under certain conditions, radio signals can affect the properties of the high-energy radiation environment around our planet.

It says Phil Erickson of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Haystack Observatory. And although people have nothing to do with these signals all the time, they are the basis of engineering, scientific, and military operations. Frequencies from 3 to 30 kilohertz are considered weak for transmitting audio information.

But they are ideal for transmitting encrypted messages over long distances or underwater. The most common mechanism of such transmission is communication with submarines. Large wavelengths can be scattered around obstacles, for example, around mountain ranges, and this technique is used to transmit signals through difficult terrain. These signals were meant for nothing but Earth.

But they are able to seep into space and surround our planet, lingering long enough to form a giant protective bubble. By comparing its boundaries with those of the radiation belts, astronomers have found surprising coincidences.

Charged particles in the radiation belts were trapped in an artificial barrier that gradually repelled them. Scientists believe that this barrier is insurmountable. Of course, this is another trace that a person leaves in space after a series of nuclear explosions.

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