Bubble pushes radiation belts
Radio waves from Earth keep high-energy particles from space at a safe distance. In this way, the waves also protect electronics in low Earth orbit. The artificial bubble of low1 frequency radio waves was produced by radio signals, which spread 24,000 km into space.
The edge of the bubble 2
coincides with the outer radiation belt. According to scientists, the bubble pushes the belt, as data from the 1960s shows that the belt was closer when we did not use lowfrequency radio waves.
The outer Van Allen belt is 3 located 15-20,000 km from Earth. It can expand and contract according to solar radiation, and it includes the most high-energy electrons, which could harm satellites and other low Earth orbit space traffic.