Reveals Unusual Anomaly
The IBEX(Interstellar Boundary Explorer) scan of our heliosphere released in October of 2009 reveals a "ribbon" of gas or charged particles(ENA's) strewn across the heliopause or solar system's edge. This concentration appears as a yellow-green trail in the scan below with the red-orange part as its core or center. It is located right between the orbits of Voyagers 1 and 2 which are themselves near the heliopause. and astronomers currently have no idea what to make of it.
...launched in October 2008, orbits the Earth and gathers ENA
particles(energetic neutral atoms) to build its unique map
of our sun's heliosphere
...is the egg-shaped "bubble"(light blue) around our solar system(blue sphere)
that protects us from interstellar emissions. The edge of the heliosphere is called the
heliopause and is where the Sun's emissions stop. The Sun's motion through space
flattens the heliosphere and causes the bright fiery light(bow shock) which is
the friction of the heliopause against interstellar space.
WHAT IS THIS RIBBON OF ENA PARTICLES?
This author concurs with the work of Andy Lloyd(author of The Dark Star) that this gaseous "ribbon" is indeed the trail or orbit of a sub-brown dwarf that is larger than Jupiter, and which orbits along the edges of the sun's heliopause. It is no coincidence that the orbits of both Voyagers are now very near the scene of this mysterious body. Voyager 1's coordinates as of May 2008 were 17.125 RA and a declination of 12.45 or 14°16' of Sagittarius in the tropical zodiac.