Mars is dead; a small planet with huge Volcanoes, the largest one perhaps in the Solar system Olympus, has a rim (mouth) 54 miles in diameter. Planet Mars’s liquid core became the buildup of it’s huge Mountains, in that order its magnetic field went weak and patchy. Once you lose your magnetic field, it is simply gone.


A magnetic field in order to be effective has to be within the planet’s core, because the existed amount of liquid core determines the magnetic field and organic life up on the PLANET. Mars’s unbroken crust was possible as a result of it’s size and the huge volcanic rims that allowed the lava to escape freely on the exogalactic gravitational influence.

 Neptune goes brighter     Venus in Breathable Oxygen!        The Frozen Asteroids zone
NASA declares massive global warming on inner and outer Solar system at their effort to explain new Great hot spots on Jupiter’s Northern hemisphere!

 As a result of Interstellar dust’s friction and in conjunction with Cosmic Rays influence, caused by the lack of Solar winds (resistance) and Sun’s gravitational pulling, after the Solar system’s Heliopause overtake and minimize by the Interstellar Dust into a fraction of its original region (between Mars and Jupiter right up and in between on the 2 clouds of debris; Greeks, Trojans and the 3rd one Hilda’s in the inner circle*), our Solar system indicates false consequences of warming. Actually it is the outer Solar system’s deep freeze and egg shell’s formation, (which happens as a result of the Solar winds successful confrontation of the Interstellar Medium) after the Solar winds minimization, resulting to a new solid (frozen) Heliopause belt.

                 Uranus under development                                    Saturn in Cosmic Rays
 The difference between the interstellar and our Solar system’s cosmic dust is density. The Milky Way’s interstellar dust is denser and enriched than our Solar system’s cosmic dust. All Galaxies are not capable of supporting life as we know, and the Milky Way does not make an exemption.
The Eggshell’s making which is our solid future Heliopause and Heliosheath, determine the sequence and strength of the Solar winds beyond it’s boundary. Lack of Solar winds result to lack of resistance, and lack of resistance provokes Cosmic Rays and Cosmic dust. It is  wrong to  assume that our Solar system ends by the end of it’s Solar winds influence. The point where the Solar winds end, is the point where the Oort cloud and Solar system’s gravitational influence continues. The point where the Oort cloud ends, is the point where the gravitational influence continues and the point where the gravitational influence ends marks our Solar system’s accrual boundary.
Towards the edge of July 2012, Voyager’s 1st’s instruments reported that, Solar winds had dropped by half while the strength of the magnetic field almost doubled. Those values then switched back and forth five times before becoming fixed on August 25/2012.Since then, Solar winds (Solar winds forms the Heliosphere and Heliopause) have all, but disappeared, while the magnetic field’s orientation has budget barely. The jumps indicate multiple crossings of the boundary, unlike anything observed before.
Adding more mystery to it is that, Voyager 2 has yet to experience anything like its twin. Both Spacecrafts are heading towards the edge of the Heliosphere, back then they were nine billion miles apart. The jumps and thereafter lack of Solar winds and resistance happen as a result of the Azimuth angle, eggshell’s buildup, Interstellar dust’s density, dust’s population and Voyager’s 1 distance at the time. Voyager 2 experienced different values of the above.


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