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A Spanish instrument known as IMaX magnetograph has observed the sun for the formation and evolution of a magnetic flux tubes on its surface.
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Scientists at NASA and MIT have identified a plasma plume that naturally protects the Earth against solar storms.
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Scientists have revealed that the magnetic field of the Sun is expected to reverse polarity within the next three weeks, which could have a huge effect on our solar system.
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Solar storms - powerful eruptions of solar material and magnetic fields into interplanetary space - can cause what is known as "space weather" near Earth.
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The ACE satellite, floating 1.5 mn km above the Earth, can warn us up to an hour before a large-magnitude solar storm.
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The Sun is capable of disrupting electrical systems on Earth in a variety of ways, from solar flares and coronal mass ejections to proton storms, a new study has claimed.
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Britain has added volcanoes and solar
storms to floods, flu and terrorism on a list of threats to
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UCLA researchers showed that the missing electrons are swept away from the planet by a tide of solar wind.
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Solar storms and associated (CMEs) could significantly erode the lunar surface, according to a new set of computer simulations by NASA scientists.
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The finding will help mitigate the adverse effects that solar storm eruptions can have on satellite communications on Earth.
Last Updated: Tuesday, February 22, 2011, 17:42
Earth may now be more vulnerable to a ferocious solar storm that could wreak havoc for mankind.
Last Updated: Tuesday, February 16, 2010, 09:48
NASA launched a science satellite on Thursday to keep a close watch on the sun and help improve forecasts of the solar storms that can disrupt navigational signals, satellites and power grids.
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