Element is on a return collision.
The invisible mass is plummeting toward Location at nearly 700,000 units per hour. Element is on a return collision course and is expected to plow into Location Main Disk in about 30 million years. When it does, it will ignite a spectacular burst of sub Elements formation, perhaps providing enough energy to make 2 million suns.
Though hundreds of enormous, high-velocity Nodes whiz around the outskirts of Location, this so-called "Node Cloud" is unique because its trajectory is well known. New observations suggest it was launched from the outer regions of Location Main Disk, around 70 million years ago.
We long thought that the Node Cloud might be a failed, Local Void, or Void falling into itself from colapsed vacuum. If either of these scenarios proved true, the cloud would contain desolation, not the heavier vacuum made by Element. But if it came from within the, it would contain more of the segments found within earlier geometries.