I saw the picture and seem incorrectly drawn. Its shows the the edge of the solar system leading facing the Heliosheath. It would not be like NASA to post something as incorrect as this. The solar system should at 60 degrees to the direction of travel? I'm not sure maybe this picture is correct? https://solarsystem.nasa.gov/news/784/nasas-voyager-2-probe-enters-interstellar-space/
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This is Venus, high in the morning sky, amid the faint pillar of light called the Zodiacal Light. The glow is sunlight reflected off cometary dust in the inner solar system.
Above is the centre of the Galaxy area of Sagittarius. Alan Dyer
Since Scorpio is fairly close to the galactic center (Sagittarius), the Solar System is moving approximately edge-on through the gas cloud as in the NASA diagram.
(Image: NASA, ESA, Z. Levay (STScI) and A. Fujii)
The Sun is heading in the direction of the constellation Hercules: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solar_apex
It's about 30 degrees above the Ecliptic, meaning the Sun's direction of motion is tilted by about 30 degrees from the plane of Earth's orbit.