Weak solar activity could slowly fire up the ocean circulation mechanism, increasing the amount of warm water and air flowing to Greenland. Continue reading →
These mysterious electric blue wisps, which form on the edge of space, could be a sign of climate change.
The summer solstice is celebrated world wide, though not in the ways humans once did.
Smoke from Canadian wildfires, as it turns out, created that deeper solar hue.
A new measurement and modeling tool could give us time to brace for disruptive electromagnetic storms Continue reading →
Celebrate the Year of the Sunflower with beautiful images and fun facts about the yellow beauties.
After studying the correlation between space weather enhancements and thunderstorms in the UK, scientists think they've found a link. Continue reading →
The sun and the Earth like to flip their magnetic fields, but they do it for very different reasons. Neither seem particularly dangerous, however.
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