As it turns Stargate exist not only in fiction. Researchers from the University of Iowa under the leadership of Jack Scudder discovered a way to find those gates, through observations of NASA (satellite THEMIS), and European observations probe the "Cluster". The researchers suggest that such portals open and close up to a dozen times a day. see video on YouTube .
Such portals are typically tens of thousands of kilometers from the earth in places pushing with the solar wind on the geomagnetic field of the planet.
Although such sites is much to the researchers, some are small and fast to close, but a minority of such sites is larger, more stable and can no longer be maintained.
So far it is known that flow through these portals a large amount of energetic particles, which affect the heating of the upper layers of Earth's atmosphere, which in turn cause magnetic storms and auroras. Jack Scudder called the invisible portals "point X" or regions of the diffusion of electrons.
Location of these sites are located at the intersection of the magnetic fields of Earth and the Sun is formed where the direct path of our planet to the Sun's atmosphere, which is located 149 million kilometers from us. (...)
Scientists have managed to find five simple combinations of magnetic field and energetic particle measurements that can tell us whether we got the points with X, or areas of diffusion of electrons.
The findings of Professor Scudder greatly shorten the process of finding and will take care of probes to study and observation of these phenomena almost instantaneously.