Following a successful launch on March 13, 2015, NASA’s 4 Magnetospheric Multiscale (MMS) spacecraft are now positioned in Earth’s orbit. Over the next few weeks, NASA scientists and engineers will deploy booms and antennas on the spacecraft, before placing the 4 observatories into a pyramid formation, in preparation for observations starting early September. The mission will provide the first three-dimensional views of a phenomenon called magnetic reconnection that occurs in Earth's protective magnetic space environment - the magnetosphere. Magnetic reconnection happens when magnetic fields connect, disconnect, and reconfigure explosively, sending particles surging through space near the speed of light. Understanding how this works should remove a major barrier to harnessing nuclear fusion safely as an energy source. As mentioned in my article ‘Heliocentricity’ (on my main website) these reconnections open portals that form an uninterrupted pathway to the sun, connecting the solar magnetosphere to that of the earth. NASA calls these X-Points. This could be the beginning of our understanding of the whole grid system connecting stars and planets via ‘star-gates” or ‘sun-gates.’ For those not familiar with this concept, it is worth looking at Chad Stuemke’s website, particularly his article, “Connecting with the Wormhole,” at http://www.chadstuemke.com/article/connecting-with-the-wormhole/. Keep watching this space.
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Paul V Young is a freelance writer based in Brisbane, Australia. His articles appear in magazines such as New Dawn and Atlantis Rising.