"...He will close the sky..."Deuteronomy 11:17
God closed the sky "heaven" Our Solar system closed by Heliosphere
The heliosheath is the region of the heliosphere beyond the termination shock. Here the wind is slowed, compressed and made turbulent by its interaction with the interstellar medium. Its distance from the Sun is approximately 80 to 100 astronomical units (AU) at its closest point.
The heliosphere is the mammoth ‘bubble’ that marks the boundaries of the Sun’s magnetic influence and for many astronomers it’s as good a marker as any for what constitutes the beginning of interstellar space.
An interstellar probe is a space probe that has left—or is expected to leave—the Solar System and enterinterstellar space
The heliopause is the boundary between the heliosphere and the interstellar medium outside the Solar System. As the solar wind approaches the heliopause, it slows suddenly, forming a shock wave called the termination shock of the solar wind.
"...from one end of the sky to the other.(Matthew 24:31)
Objects within the heliosphere are affected by solar wind (the streams of plasma shot out by the sun) while anything in interstellar space is influenced primarily by the ‘interstellar medium’ – a hotchpotch of matter and energy that includes various forms of gasses, dust and cosmic rays. The uncertain borders between these regions are known as the heliosheath.
As you’d imagine, determining which side of the heliosheath Voyager 1 is on is pretty tricky, something akin to wandering along the Scottish-English border with your eyes closed and trying to work out which country you’re in by tasting the rain.
So what makes scientist so sure this time round? It’s all thanks to a recent tsunami of plasma released by the Sun. These cosmic events - which are expected, if not predictable - create shock waves that ripple through solar system and into the interstellar matter, and leave the Voyager 1 probe bobbing like a buoy after a ship has passed by.
"Normally, interstellar space is like a quiet lake," said Ed Stone of the California Institute of Technology, Voyager 1’s lead scientist since 1972. “But when our sun has a burst, it sends a shock wave outward that reaches Voyager about a year later. The wave causes the plasma surrounding the spacecraft to sing.”
Instruments on Voyager not only register these waves, but also measure quite precisely the oscillations of the surrounding plasma – allowing scientists to work out whether it’s currently in metaphorical deep water or still paddling in the shallows. The latest measurement - the third in a series of recent plasma waves - confirm that Voyager is a long way out.
Stone said: "The tsunami wave rings the plasma like a bell. While the plasma wave instrument lets us measure the frequency of this ringing, the cosmic ray instrument reveals what struck the bell - the shock wave from the sun."
"...Or tip the water jars of the heavens,"
The Comet is the water of jars of the heavens
and God Sent rain by this comet ..."...and I will send rain on the face of the earth."(1 King's 18:1)...The LORD will open the heavens, the storehouse of his bounty, to send rain on your land in season and to bless all the work of your hands. You will lend to many nations but will borrow from none. (Deuteronomy 28:12)"Comets, trans-Neptunian objects or water-rich meteoroids (protoplanets) from the outer reaches of the main asteroid belt colliding with the Earth may have brought water to the world's oceans. Measurements of the ratio of the hydrogen isotopes deuterium and protium point to asteroids, since similar percentage impurities in carbon-richchondrites were found in oceanic water. the oldest evidence for life on Earth dates back to about 3.85 billion years ago, around the time of the Late Heavy Bombardment.