Tag: coronal mass ejections

School Students Identified Sounds from a Solar Storm in the Earth’s Magnetic Shield

School Students Identified Sounds from a Solar Storm in the Earth’s Magnetic Shield

A researcher of the Queen Mary University of London made some dramatic increments to the speed of the playback of the ultra-low frequencies to make them audible. Earth is under continuous bombardment from charged particles, who travel all the way from the Sun to the atmosphere of our planet. Most of the light seen at…

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Solar Eruptions are Not Slinky in Shape

Solar Eruptions are Not Slinky in Shape

A recent study raises some considerable questions about the shape of solar eruptions. Elizabeth A. Jensen, a PSI Associate Research Scientist and her team used the Green Bank Observatory in West Virginia to observe radio signals from the MESSENGER spacecraft. They discovered secondary trailing impacts that accompany solar eruptions that cause communication disruptions and electrical…

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