Articles tagged "grand solar minimum"

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Filament eruption, spotless Sun, Total Solar Irradiance and cosmic radiation

A 13-degree long plasma filament eruption was observed in SDO/AIA 304 imagery starting at 12:29 UTC on December 15, 2017. A glancing blow is expected late December 19, in combination with a recurrent, positive polarity CH HSS. Meanwhile, solar activity is at very...

December 17, 2017

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Atmospheric radiation increasing as we head into Solar Minimum

Cosmic rays from deep space are increasing almost unabated as the Sun's magnetic field weakens and we head into Solar Minimum. As reported by Spaceweather.com, the stratospheric balloons they've been flying together with the students of Earth to Sky...

December 07, 2017

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Intensifying cosmic rays, grand solar minimum and Earth's climate

Data provided by the students of Earth to Sky Calculus and Dr. Tony Phillips of SpaceWeather.com show cosmic ray levels are intensifying, as the Solar Minimum approaches, with an approximately 13% increase since March 2015. This article provides a brief overview of...

May 13, 2017

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Why Europe will soon be cold?

Russian scientists regained solar activity over the past thousand years and made the forecast to the year 3200. What is the climate waiting for Russia and Europe in 15 - 20 years? Will be there weather abnormalities in the coming decades? Will some areas experience...

December 02, 2015

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UK Met Office: The return of 'grand solar minimum' could affect European and eastern US winters, but wouldn't halt global warming

A return to low solar activity not seen for centuries could increase the chances of cold winters in Europe and eastern parts of the United States but wouldn't halt global warming, according to new research led by UK's Met office and published recently in Nature

June 26, 2015