However, researchers have arrived at a more reliable picture of the bubble by examining charged particles firing towards our planet.
Those particles arrive from distant areas of the galaxy as well as within our solar system.
These bounce off the bubble and around it, before arriving at Earth where they can be measured.
NASA’s Interstellar Boundary Explorer mission uses these extraterrestrial visitors in a way resembling radar.
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