This protective field acts as a barrier that protects the Earth from harmful cosmic radiation, while protecting our planet from solar waves go directly toward Earth.
Scientists at MIT have found that there is an invisible field that protects our planet. This mysterious invisible field sounds like something from a science fiction movie.
It prevents harmful cosmic radiation that enters our atmosphere and was first noticed by two NASA spacecraft that are orbiting the Van Allen radiation belt at a height of 11,000 kilometers above the Earth.
To learn more about this field, NASA launched two probes, the so-called Van Allen probes, wishing to research these electrons and to increase the safety of astronauts and equipment to be sent into space.
NASA states that the Earth’s magnetic field attracts these particles toward our planet. However, they cannot approach the planet to less than 10,000 kilometers, thanks to an invisible protective field that had never been detected.
This force field acts as a barrier that protects the Earth from harmful cosmic radiation, while protecting our planet from solar waves go directly toward Earth.
Scientists believe that the enigmatic field works on the principle of low-frequency electromagnetic fields, but its source is still a mystery.
Scientists at MIT have come up with several theories about the origin of this mysterious box. The first thought that has to do with the magnetic field of the Earth, but later found that the barrier is present even when the Earth’s magnetic field drops to 30%.
For example, they noted that the Earth’s magnetic field over South America, although significantly lower barriers and above that work equally protects the Earth from harmful cosmic radiation.
The researchers continued to research and found that the most likely source of barriers to the existence of long-range radio waves on the planet. However, they are wrong again after they realized that the waves tend to react with neutral electrons and are not helpful in the fight against ultra relative particles. They continued their research and found that the barrier is most likely created because of the phenomenon known as “plasmaspheric hiss” that occurs in the upper atmosphere of our planet.
This phenomenon helps orbit in repelling dangerous fast moving action of particles, directing them to the parallel road to one of the lines of the magnetic field of our planet, which is why they fall into the atmosphere and collide with neutral charged particles, which eventually disappear.