It is a mystery that space science must confront: What force is capable of producing high-energy jets spanning not millions of miles, but many light-years across the cosmos? What confines the jets to narrow streams across cosmic distances, and what prevents the so-called streams of gas from dispersing in the “vacuum” of space? We explore this question and more in part three of our ongoing video series, “Top Ten Reasons the Universe is Electric.”
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