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Scientists measure the magnetic field produced by explosions in the Sun's atmosphere for the first time with the help of weak thermal radio emissions associated with exploded plasma

Scientists measure the magnetic field produced by the explosion from the Sun's atmosphere

Category : Science and Tech
Published on: September 11 2021 Share on facebook

·        Scientists have measured the magnetic field of an explosion from the Sun's atmosphere, the Department of Science and Technology (DST) has offered a rare glimpse into the star's interior.

·        Study of phenomena in the Sun's atmosphere or solar corona provides insight into its inner workings.

·        This was done for the first time by observing the weak thermal radio emission associated with the exploded plasma.

·        Scientists from the Indian Institute of Astrophysics used data from their radio telescope to measure the magnetic field.

Important facts

About the sun

v Largest: If the Sun were as tall as a typical front door, the Earth would be about the size of a nickel.

v Most Massive: The Sun is the center of our Solar System and makes up 99.8 percent of the mass of the entire Solar System.

v Different rotations: At the equator, the Sun rotates once every 25 days, but at its poles the Sun rotates on its axis once every 35 Earth days.

v Can't Stand on It: As a star, the Sun is a ball of gas (92.1 percent hydrogen and 7.8 percent helium) held together by its own gravity.

v Ringless: The Sun has no rings.

v Under study: Many spacecraft constantly observe the Sun, helping us keep track of space weather that can affect satellites and astronauts.

v Energy for Life: Without the intense energy of the Sun, there would be no life on Earth.

v Nuclear Fusion: The core of the Sun is approximately 27 million degrees Fahrenheit (15 million degrees Celsius).

v Moonless: but orbiting eight planets, at least five dwarf planets, tens of thousands of asteroids, and three trillion comets and icy bodies.

v What we see: The visible surface of the Sun sometimes has dark spots, which are regions of intense magnetic activity that can cause a solar explosion.

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