Tag: The Sun

Solar Tsunami Would Trigger The Sun’s Sunspot Cycle

The Sun naturally generates some magnetic and electric fields as an outcome of what the scientists know as a “solar…

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The Sun Seems To Have Entered A Sleepy Stage

February marked the first month in over a decade in which no sunspots were noticeable. It is well-known that sunspots…

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Stargazers, Prepare For An Excellent 2019 – Eta Aquarid Meteor Shower, Perseids, Mercury Tracking Across The Sun

Last year has been great with the longest total lunar eclipse of the century, while the first month of 2019…

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Stunning Image of a Dying Star Showed How Our Sun Would Die

The European Space Observatory’s Very Large Telescope snapped a stunning image of a dying star that also showed how our…

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NASA Parker Solar Probe Is Now Closer To The Sun Than Ever

With the goal of helping scientists learn more about our host star, NASA Parker Solar Probe is now closer to…

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Clone Of Our Sun Found By Scientists 184 Light-Years Away

According to a recent study, our Sun has an identical twin at 184 light years away from it. As the…

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This Is The “Music” Of Our Sun That Can Help Scientists Learn More About Our Star’s Internal Activity

Now you can listen what the Sun sound like thanks to the NASA’s Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) and the ESA…

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The Earth Will Slow Down On July 6th When This Year’s Aphelion Astronomical Even Will Take Place

On July 6th, the Earth will cross its furthest point from the Sun in its 2018 orbit around the host…

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How Big Is The Sun Depends On How Active It Is, A 21-Year-Long Study Shows

How big is the Sun? The answer to this question depends from one period to another because the Sun’s size…

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