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The Sun's magnetic field is poised to reverse its polarity in the coming months...As this video explains, that won't mean much for us here on Earth. This polarity switch occurs every eleven years or so, usually with basically zero fanfare unless you'
Red sprite lightning is both mysterious and intriguing: sprites occur only at high altitudes above thunderstorms, only last for a thousandth of a second, and emit light in the red portion of the visible spectrum. Therefore, studying sprites has been
The unprecedented view was recently released by scientists at Big Bear Solar Observatory in the mountains of East L.A. Imaged by the New Solar Telescope (aka the "NST"), the photograph is among the first to be captured by the NST's newly equipped
It looks like we're no more than three to four months away from a complete field reversal," solar physicist Todd Hoeksema of Stanford University, said. "This change will have ripple effects throughout the solar system," he said. The sun's magnetic
it's turned into a very un-PC PC with a string of sexist gags...Apple gadgets has prompted the company to announce a trade-in program.
6 August 2013 5 View comments The sun's magnetic field is expected to flip in the next three to four months and it could lead to changes in our climate, storms and disruption to satellites...Physicists from Stanford University believe the Sun's
Our years are turned upside down; our summers are no summers; our harvests, no harvests." John King, 18th-century English preacher Last Sunday morning I awoke from a dream that I had been traveling along Route 208 through Hawthorne in a blizzard in
I cover over-the-horizon technology, aerospace and astronomy. PM 64 views Looking In The Sun's Rear-View Mirror: A New Map Of The Local Interstellar Medium Our solar journey through space is carrying us through a cluster of very low density
Scientists have shown for the first time the occurrence of an instability in the interior of neutron stars that could lead to gigantic magnetic fields, possibly triggering dramatic explosions in the universe. An ultradense ("hypermassive") neutron
We live in one, are part of one and only exist because we are wholly electric in an electric universe. David , Castlebar, 26/7/2013 19:20 The world soul - plato , Brighton, 26/7/2013 19:03 Share this