Satellites Unable to Leave Solar System?
In line with the subject matter of this story, SaLuSa has said:
“Man is restricted from taking his craft outside of his solar system, because he does not yet recognise or understand the [universal] laws and is inclined to act irresponsibly. Also Man would take his weapons into Space as he does now, and prepared to use them in violation of such laws.” (SaLuSa, May 21, 2010.)
Are the galactics preventing our satellites from leaving the solar system?
Mystery force in space baffles NASA
Zambia News.Net, 22nd September, 2010
A force in space is hindering the journey of a NASA spacecraft.
Scientists have been baffled by a mysterious phenomenon that has prevented the craft from moving further into outer space.
Described as a force that defies all laws of nature, they have said gravity laws may eventually need to be changed.
Defying all previously-known theories about the universe, the strange force that gently pushes spacecraft away from outer space was discovered last year when the spacecraft Pioneer 10 was stopped in its path by the unknown phenomenon.
Researchers for NASA have said the force could be a totally new phenomenon that does not fall under familiar titles such as gravity or electromagnetic power.
A tangible scientific explanation has not been put forward for the fact that the Pioneer 10 left the solar system to start its voyage in a space where there is no solar radiation or planets to attract it toward their orbits.
Pioneer 10, which travels more than one million kilometres per day, started slowing down in an area where it is not supposed to meet any obstacles.
Pioneer 10 is the first spacecraft to have taken close photos of Jupiter, which it passed in 1973.
In 1978, it traveled towards Pluto and reached it in 1983.
It then left for a region called the Asteroid Belt, which is occupied by several irregular-shaped minor planets.
The spacecraft, which is currently 11 billion kilometers away from earth, now only travels at 25 centimetres every day, going backwards.