Vatic Note: A lot of cosmic anomolies going on around our solar system, the sun and our planet. This is an interesting piece, however, I don't really understand why this is important, but I decided it must have something of value they can point to when trying to explain some phenomena they intend to use on us, so they don't get blamed, as usual.
I say that because Harvard is involved, and if you doubt who runs Harvard, just remember where Obama went to law school, and had a history there that no one can verify from school records, since they won't release them. Just a cautionary warning, and something to keep in the back of your mind, if they start blaming anything on that hot bubble.
X-Ray Glow Evidence of A Local Hot Bubble
By: Maria Temming | July 28, 2014
Scientists have confirmed that the soft X-ray glow permeating the sky has two sources: one inside the solar system, one outside.
For over a decade, astronomers have debated the source of a soft X-ray glow that permeates the sky. Some thought the solar wind might be responsible, while others suspected an enormous bubble of hot gas. But a recent study published in Nature might finally settle the dispute: both sources are required to produce the X-ray background.
This X-ray background is an unexpectedly intense glow of soft X-rays blanketing the sky. X-rays at these low energies are easily absorbed by interstellar clouds, so astronomers concluded that they must have a local origin (within a few hundred light-years of the Sun). Moreover, observations show that there is a suspicious lack of cool, absorbing gas within about 300 light-years of the Sun.