Scientific American article reported at The Global Warming Policy Forum Our closest star remains an enigma. Every 11 years or so its activity crescendos, creating flares and coronal mass ejections—the plasma-spewing eruptions that shower Earth with charged particles and beautiful auroral displays—but then it decrescendos. The so-called solar maximum fades toward solar minimum, and the … Continue reading "The Sun Is Spitting Out Strange Patterns Of Gamma Rays—And No One Knows Why"
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March 31, 2018 at 10:52PM