INTRODUCTION Our solar system is 3 light years across and is comprised of 0.15 per cent of the Sun’s total mass including planets, asteroids, comets, and minor planets (Plate 9533). The Sun formed the solar system 300 million years before it matured into a hot yellow dwarf star. Our solar system is contained in the Oort cloud which extends 150 billion miles out from the Sun. It is also referred to as the Heliosphere most recently discovered in 1952 by Jon Oort a Dutch astronomer. It has a 12 trillion mile diameter surrounding our solar system and is comprised of 90% Helium. The heliosphere is beyond the Oort Cloud and protects Earth from cosmic rays. The Interplanetary Medium, Interplanetary Space and the Oort cloud which reaches the termination shock and is one third the distance of Proximal Centauri or 4.3 light years from Earth all lie within the Heliosphere. These terms are interchangeable and all refer to the same Helium discovered by Pierre Jansen in 1886 and are defined from the galactic gases by a separating border 12.3 trillion miles (2 light years) in diameter, out from the Sun’s Astrosphere’s Heliosheath and is also referred to as the Heliopause which stops the solar wind. The Sun rotates once every 25 days. Its gravity and the 1,800,000-mile-per-hour solar wind which extends 12 trillion miles out from the Sun to the edge of the solar system, propels our planets around the celestial plane of the Sun. With its explosive coronial mass ejections,(CME) caused by early galvanic solar eruptions have enough energy to spin the planets and keep them in their respective angular orbits above the celestial poles of the Sun. These explosive beginnings and the solar wind which showers our solar system with Helium were the energy sources responsible for the orbiting of the planets millions of miles above their 200,000-cubic-mile planetary exit point of the Sun (plate 1). All the planets are orbiting above the Sun’s celestial pole energized by the solar wind. If the Sun were the face of a clock the position of the planetary and solar wind exit point would be in between 2 and 3 o’clock.