We have been seeing this interaction with Venus and Planet X for about 3 years now, however, it’s only visible from Seechi twice a year when Venus passes through the well extended magnetic field of Planet X.
Trying to figure this out brings me to only one conclusion… It’s definitely evidence of magnetic reconnection in Venus’ induced magnetotail.
Planets which generate magnetic fields in their interiors, such as Earth, Mercury, Jupiter, and Saturn, are surrounded by invisible magnetospheres.
Their magnetic fields deflect the charged particles of the solar wind (electrons and protons) as they stream away from the Sun.
This deflection creates a magnetosphere – a protective “bubble” around the planet – which ends in an elongated magnetotail on the away side of the magnetosphere.
Since Venus has no intrinsic magnetic field to act as a shield against incoming charged particles, the solar wind sometimes interacts directly with the upper atmosphere.
However, Venus is partially protected by an induced magnetic field. This makes me think that Venus is affected by another Magnetic field…a very strong one, such as a Stellar Core orbiting the Sun in an elliptical orbit. During this orbit, Venus and this Stellar Core get close enough together to create this effect on Venus.
Since Venus has no intrinsic magnetic field to act as a shield against incoming charged particles, the solar wind sometimes interacts directly with the upper atmosphere. However, Venus is partially protected by an induced magnetic field. As Venus orbits the Sun and passes through the large magnetic field of Planet X this will induce more plasma in the Magnetotail of Venus.
As on Earth, solar ultraviolet radiation removes electrons from the atoms and molecules in the upper atmosphere, creating a region of electrically charged gas known as the ionosphere. This ionized layer interacts with the solar wind and the magnetic field carried by the solar wind. Once again as stated above, when Venus passes through the magnetic field of Planet X this effect occurs.
During the continuous battle with the solar wind and Planet X, this region of the upper atmosphere is able to slow and divert the flow of particles around the planet, creating a magnetosphere shape rather like a comet’s tail, on the away side of the planet.
Spacecraft observations over many decades have shown that magnetic reconnection occurs frequently in the magnetospheres of Earth, Mercury, Jupiter, and Saturn.
This process, which converts magnetic energy into kinetic energy, occurs when oppositely directed magnetic field lines break and reconnect with each other.
On Earth, this reconnection is responsible for magnetic storms and polar auroras – the so-called Northern and Southern Lights.
Until now, reconnection was not generally thought to occur on non-magnetised planets. However, due to the fact that Venus is now passing through the magnetic field of Planet X approximately twice a year, we will continue to see this effect as Venus heats up. This may also be the answer to many questions that have risen about the luminosity of Venus in the night time sky since 2016.
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