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ရှေးဦးသူနာပြုလက်စွဲ Electric shock လျှပ်စစ်ဓါတ်လိုက်ခြင်း
ရှေးဦးသူနာပြုလက်စွဲ Anaphylaxis (အနာဖလက်ဆစ်) ခေါ် တခုခုနှင့် မတည့်သည့်အခါ အဆိုးဝါးဆုံးဖြစ်စဉ် Shock (ရှော့ခ်)
ဟေလီယိုစဖီးယား The Interstellar Boundary Explorer (IBEX) mission gathered more data on the Solar System's termination shock.
ဟေလီယိုစဖီးယား The termination shock is the point in the heliosphere where the solar wind slows down to subsonic speed (relative to the star) because of interactions with the local interstellar medium. This causes compression, heating, and a change in the magnetic field. In the Solar System the termination shock is believed to be 75 to 90 astronomical units from the Sun. In 2004, Voyager 1 crossed the Sun's termination shock followed by Voyager 2 in 2007.
ဟေလီယိုစဖီးယား Depictions based on outdated scientific model as of 2009. Issues include the heliotail and heliosheath magnetic bubble "foam". In 2012, no bow shock was detected.
ဟေလီယိုစဖီးယား Going outward from the Sun, the termination shock is followed by the heliopause, where solar wind particles are stopped by the interstellar medium.
ဟေလီယိုစဖီးယား In October 2010, significant changes were detected in the ribbon after 6 months, based on the second set of IBEX observations. No bow shock was detected in 2012.
ဟေလီယိုစဖီးယား By 2012, it was determined the Sun has no bow shock. Before then, it was hypothesized that the Sun had a bow shock produced in its travels within the interstellar medium (see image). The shock is named from its resemblance to the wake left by a ship's bow and is formed for similar reasons, though of plasma instead of water. Bow shocks will occur if the interstellar medium is moving supersonically "toward" the sun, since its solar wind moves "away" from the sun supersonically. When the interstellar wind hits the heliosphere it slows and creates a region of turbulence. NASA's Robert Nemiroff and Jerry Bonnell believed the solar bow shock occurred at about 230 AU
ဟေလီယိုစဖီးယား Beyond the heliopause, where the interstellar medium collides with the heliosphere, it was once thought there was a bow shock. However, data from the Interstellar Boundary Explorer suggests that the velocity of the Sun through the interstellar medium is too low for a bow shock to form. Also, Cassini and IBEX data challenged the "heliotail" theory in 2009. Voyager data led to a new theory that the heliosheath has "magnetic bubbles" and a stagnation zone.
ဟေလီယိုစဖီးယား When particles emitted by the sun bump into the interstellar ones, they slow down while releasing energy. Many particles accumulate in and around the heliopause, highly energised by their negative acceleration, creating a shock wave.