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In a paper published October 2015 in Physical Review Letters, scientists report that small magnetic turbulence can combine to form large – scale magnetic fields just like those found throughout the universe. Physicists Jonathan Squire and Amitava Bhattacharjee at the … Continue reading
My 3rd book on the Sun-Earth connection and Beyond is now accepting orders for this first run ‘special addition’ that will include my personal signature made out to you. It is listed for $24.95, however, I am discounting this run … Continue reading
An international research team led by Shin Toriumi (Specially Appointed Assistant Professor at the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan) analyzed observations of sunspots as they formed taken by Hinode, the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) and the Interface Region Imaging Spectrograph … Continue reading
New research has just been released indicating Earth is being pounded with super charged particles, which have no problem penetrating Earth’s weakening magnetic field, and having little resistance finding their way to Earth’s core. These high-energy particles generated by various … Continue reading
Three bursts of super-hot plasma shot out from the sun are hitting Earth’s magnetic field right now, causing a relatively rare “severe” or “G4″ solar storm and potentially creating some brilliant auroras for people on (and off) the planet. The storm is as intense as…
Three bursts of super-hot plasma shot out from the sun are hitting Earth’s magnetic field right now, causing a relatively rare “severe” or “G4″ solar storm and potentially creating some brilliant auroras for people on (and off) the planet. The storm is as intense as the March 2015 St. Patrick’s Day solar storm, which supercharged auroras for skywatchers in northern parts of the United States.
There has been much discussion as to whether variations in the strength of the Sun have played a role in triggering climate change in the past, but more and more research results clearly indicate that solar activity — i.e. the … Continue reading
New research suggests that the Sun’s magnetic field controls the large-scale shape of the heliosphere “much more than had been previously thought,” says Merav Opher, associate professor of astronomy and director of the Center for Space Physics at Boston University … Continue reading