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New Findings on How Sun's Strong Magnetic Field Affects Earth Earth's Magnetic Field | the earth | the solar wind | Solar magnetic field | Magnetic field | NASA | Solar telescope at the observatory Roque de los Muchachos The magnetic field of the sun

According to a study that can influence the understanding of the Sun's atmosphere and its impact on Earth, the sun's magnetic field is ten times stronger than previously thought. From the Swedish 1 meter solar telescope at Roque de los Muchachos The Observatory in the Canary Islands, David Kuridze, Research Fellow at Aberystwyth University in the United Kingdom, studied a …

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Sunspot Observatory helps the NASA spacecraft

Buy Photo This weekend, the Sunspot Solar Observatory will use its Dunn Solar Telescope, pictured here in this file photo, to help with the NASA Parker solar probe mission. (Photo: Tara Melton / Daily News File Photo) Buy photo SUNSPOT – The Sunspot Solar Observatory's Solar Telescope supports the NASA Parker solar probe today, November 3 and Sunday, November 4 …

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Chandra X-ray Observatory back online after failure

NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory will soon be observing the cosmos again, the space agency said Monday. A shock last week left the spacecraft in safe mode. Chandra is a space observatory that observes extreme objects emitting X-rays, such as black holes. The problems with Chandra surfaced on October 10, just days after the iconic Hubble Space Telescope went into safe …

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Chandra X-ray Observatory Enters Safe Fashion Days After Hubble

Artist's concept of Chandra X-ray Observatory. Illustration: NASA / CXC / SAO Mere days after the Hubble Space Telescope has been detected Fashion on Wednesday. Chandra has been X-raying our universe since its launch in 1999. Chandra has been precision X-raying our universe since its launch in 1999 and is one of four observatories of NASA's Great Observatory program, which …

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Mountaintop observatory looks gamma rays from exotic Milky Way object

The Cherenkov High-Gamma Ray Observatory (HAWC) is a detector that studies gamma radiation from astronomical objects such as supernova remnants and quasars and rotating dense stars called pulsars become. The detector is located at about 1300 meters above sea level near the Sierra Negra volcano in Mexico and consists of more than 300 water tanks each 24 feet in diameter. …

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The local observatory installs the Project Falcon Telescope

WHITEWATER, Colorado (KKCO / KJCT) – When the sun rose over the Grand Mesa Observatory on Tuesday, a 20-inch Air Force Project Falcon Telescope was built using a giant crane] The telescope becomes one of 12 be built and installed worldwide. The Falcon network will allow you to observe objects in space from different angles. Astronomers and astronomers reaching for …

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Stargazers check the proximity of Mars in the Griffith Observatory

GRIFFITH PARK, LOS ANGELES (KABC) – The Griffith Observatory is usually closed on Mondays, but this time around, a fun red planet party was held because Mars is unusually close to Earth. The observatory expects a few thousand people to come by and use their telescopes to see the red planet. Fifty of them were available outdoors and were provided …

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Family Fun at the Perseiden-Party of the Community Observatory

The community observatory hosts a free Perseids party with meteor shower from 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm. on Saturday, the 11th of August. The family-friendly event features Solar Suck Solar Observations, Powerhouse Science Museum activities, Aerojet Rocketdyne displays, interactive experiments with California State University, Sacramento Physics Club members, CSUS Hyperloop displays, and a children's center with crafts and crafts [19659002] …

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The sun is not still – hear their song in new observatory data

The sun is not still; in fact, it has a surprisingly soothing sound. Did you ever listen to the sun? Thanks to data from the European Space Agency (ESA) and NASA's Sun and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO), you can do that now. With 20 years of data on the dynamic movement of the Sun's atmosphere, researchers have allowed us to listen …

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