Invisible ‘arches of chaos’ surround the solar system

A vast network of invisible energy structures was discovered in the solar system – a celestial overhead pathway that future space explorers could use to study distant corners of solar space.

These hidden energy structures, called manifolds, appear space-time as a result of the graphical interaction of large objects like the planets, said Nataša Todorović, mathematician at the Serbian Astronomical Observatory Belgrade and lead author of a discovered paper. While astronomers have long known about such paths, and even used them to navigate our cloudy neighborhood, the new study has revealed a new shape in these exchanges: “arches of chaos” which is an unprecedented “decorative structure” that has evolved over decades. And this discovery could help explain the secret behavior of comets and other little things that dance erroneously in and out of this part of the universe.