1. NASA reveal first-ever recorded 'interplanetary shock' in support of bizarre 1980s theory  Express.co.uk
  2. NASA finds evidence of 'interplanetary shock' for first time  New York Post
  3. Satellites Spot ‘Shocking’ Phenomenon as Solar Winds Send Invisible Shockwave Zooming Past Earth  Sputnik International
  4. First proof of 'interplanetary shock wave' in our system found by NASA's MMS mission  Firstpost
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SHOCKING footage released by NASA shows the first ever recorded “interplanetary shock”, in which charged particles fly away from the Sun in a “collisionless” shock wave.SHOCKING footage released by NASA shows the first ever recorded “interplanetary shock”, in which charged particles fly away from the Sun in a “collisionless” shock wave.

NASA reveal: First 'interplanetary shock' video supports 1980s theory | Science | News | Express.co.uk

NASA has captured a phenomenon in space that has eluded humanity for centuries — an “interplanetary shock.” Four spacecraft from the space agency,...NASA has captured a phenomenon in space that has eluded humanity for centuries — an “interplanetary shock.” Four spacecraft from the space agency, which are part of the Magnetospheric

NASA finds evidence of ‘interplanetary shock’ for first time

The new data was captured by NASA’s Magnetospheric Multiscale Spacecraft (MMS), a constellation of four satellites packed with advanced sensors which was sent into orbit in 2015 to study the magnetic fields surrounding Earth.The new data was captured by NASA’s Magnetospheric Multiscale Spacecraft (MMS), a constellation of four satellites packed with advanced sensors which was sent into orbit in 2015 to study the magnetic fields surrounding Earth.

Satellites Spot ‘Shocking’ Phenomenon as Solar Winds Send Invisible Shockwave Zooming Past Earth - Sputnik International

This phenomenon was caught in action by NASA's Magnetospheric Multiscale mission on 8 January 2019.This phenomenon was caught in action by NASA's Magnetospheric Multiscale mission on 8 January 2019.

First proof of 'interplanetary shock wave' in our system found by NASA's MMS mission- Technology News, Firstpost

DART – NASA’s first mission to demonstrate a planetary defense technique – will get one chance to hit its target, the small moonlet in the binary asteroid system Didymos.DART – NASA’s first mission to demonstrate a planetary defense technique – will get one chance to hit its target, the small moonlet in the binary asteroid system Didymos.

NASA's First Planetary Defense Technology Demonstration to Collide with Asteroid in 2022 – NASA Solar System Exploration