Rapid transport zones in space for space exploration
Researchers at the Serbian observatory led by Natasha Todorovic have reached the monitoring of space saturations and the identification of rapid transit areas within the solar system, by monitoring the interactions of objects in space.
The discovery of those fields generated by the gravitational interactions in the solar system form high-speed channels in front of astronauts, and also allow the rapid movement of celestial bodies through space, and it can be used in the exploration and study of the universe.
These channels consist of a series of invisible connecting arcs, which are called the bifurcations of space, and researchers in the Serbian Observatory called them the Celestial Paths.
The website (Science Alert), which specializes in scientific news, stated that through these channels, objects could be transferred from Jupiter to Neptune within decades, while in normal it would take from ten thousand to one billion years.
The researchers studied the data of millions of orbits in the solar system and their compatibility with the space manifolds of seven planets, and also studied the mechanisms of separation of particles that hypothetically entered into collision paths with those planets and how they resorted to escape paths to avoid collision and calculate the time required for that.
This new discovery will help scientists to understand more about the movement of comets and asteroids around the solar system, and also benefit in the speed of space travel to explore the universe.