The universe also has highways

  According to the international academic journal “Science Progress”, scientists have discovered a new interstellar “highway” in the solar system. Small celestial bodies can “borrow” the interstellar highway and complete the migration from the asteroid belt to the orbit beyond Neptune in decades. Previously, the academic community generally believed that the migration process would take hundreds of thousands to millions of years.
  Navigation in the universe is inseparable from gravity, and there is also a “highway”. The interstellar highway is a super transportation network formed by a series of interconnected space manifolds in the solar system. These space manifolds are closely related to the Lagrangian points of the solar system celestial bodies. Manifold pipes near different celestial bodies can be connected to each other in space, thus forming a huge interstellar highway network. Objects running on the interstellar highway network can be moved from one part of the solar system to another without consuming any fuel.
  As early as 1997, American scientists used the interstellar highway theory to design a low-energy transfer orbit for the Genesis spacecraft. From its launch in 2001 to its return to Earth, the spacecraft consumed almost no fuel. In 2011, after China’s Chang’e-2 lunar exploration satellite completed its mission, it used the remaining fuel to “ride” the interstellar highway to the second Lagrangian point of the solar-terrestrial system, becoming the first in the world to fly from the moon to the moon. The deep space probe at the second Lagrangian point of the Sun-Earth System.
  Although the interstellar highway is not a new theory, its important role in the rapid orbital transportation of small celestial bodies in the solar system was discovered for the first time, subverting people’s understanding of the orbital migration speed of small celestial bodies, and also indicating that the solar system is still undergoing rapid evolution today. in the process of. As the most gravitational planet in the solar system, the manifold near Jupiter plays a leading role in the rapid orbital migration of small and medium celestial bodies in the solar system, and is the “overlord” in the interstellar highway network of the solar system. Small celestial bodies can reach near Jupiter along the manifold. Under the strong gravitational force of Jupiter, they are either captured by Jupiter, or ejected by Jupiter out of the orbit of Neptune, or even ejected from the solar system, becoming wandering objects entering the interstellar space.
  Of course, similar interstellar highways exist in other galaxies, allowing some “uninvited guests” to visit the solar system. In 2017, humans discovered the first interstellar visitor Omomo to break into the solar system; in 2020, the second interstellar visitor Borisov was discovered. Their arrival is likely to be related to the interstellar highway network of their parent star.
  The theory of the interstellar highway provides the basis for designing innovative space mission orbit schemes, which are expected to be further applied to future lunar and deep space exploration. This theory has also improved people’s understanding of the orbital migration laws of small and medium celestial bodies in the solar system. The interstellar highway speeds up the migration of small celestial bodies in the solar system, increasing the probability of collisions between small celestial bodies and planets. According to NASA research, in 1994, Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 entered the interstellar highway network near the Lagrangian point of the Jupiter system and finally hit Jupiter. The chaotic effect of the interstellar highway also increases the uncertainty of small celestial body orbit prediction errors and small celestial body collision probability, increases the difficulty of monitoring and early warning of small celestial bodies, and poses a challenge to the defense of potential threats to asteroids.
  At present, our knowledge of the interstellar highway is still limited. Will asteroids reach the Earth on the interstellar highway? How to discover potentially threatening asteroids running on the interstellar highway network in time? In the future, can human beings fly out of the solar system faster with the help of the interstellar highway network? To answer these questions, scientists need to conduct more in-depth research.