I'm going to ask* about what should be the effect/interaction, if any, when a gamma-ray burst crashes or hits against the magnetic bubbles at Solar System's edge. These magnetic bubbles are explained in  from YouTube. I add also as reference this Wikipedia Gamma-ray burst.
Question. Is it possible to say anything about the interaction, the physics, of an impact of a great gamma-ray burst against/going through the magnetic bubbles of a solar system similar than ours? And, additionally, as a secondary question, what happens if the gamma-ray burst does not collide/impact, but passes near the magnetic bubbles, let's say tangentially? Many thanks.
I hope that it is possible say something about it (I evoke what work can be done to elucidate something about my questions). If you know references about what should to be the effect of the expected phenomenom or physics after a collisions of a gamma-ray burst and this kind magnetic bubbles of planetary systems similar than ours, feel free to refer it and I try to search and read it from the literature.
 NASA |Voyager Finds Magnetic Bubbles at Solar System's Edge, from the official channel NASA Goddard of YouTube (June, 9th 2011).