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Full Sun observation taken on October 12, 2022 by EUI’s Full Sun Imager (FSI) and a zoom on the center of the Sun taken by its High-Resolution Imager (HRI). The white arrow corresponds to a distance of about 10 000 km. Three smaller structures highlighted with red, blue, and green boxes, show magnetic waves that appear as a transverse motion.

What makes the Sun’s atmosphere hotter than its surface?

A joint team of scientists from the Royal Observatory of Belgium (ROB) and KU Leuven have found that high-frequency magnetic waves may play a key role in heating the sun's atmosphere to millions of de...

Different observations of the cosmic web (gas, radio, and magnetic) and a composite image. (F Vazza, D Wittor & J West/ K Brown)

The Largest Magnetic Fields in The Universe

Astronomers Have Detected Signs of The Largest Magnetic Fields in The Universe.

A zoom in on the largest of the two shock waves of ABELL 3665 with Milky Way as comparison. Francesco de Gasperin and SARAO

A shock wave that extends for 6.5 million light years is bigger than our galaxy

A shock wave that extends for 6.5 million light years is bigger than our galaxy. It is the largest cosmic shock wave visible from earth that has been imaged.

Magnetospere Standing Waves. Posted by 360onhistory.com

Waves that stand at the edge of Earth’s magnetosphere

Waves that stand at the edge of Earth's magnetosphere. Instead of moving with the solar wind they are standing still potentially impacting space weather.

Kauri tree at Ngawha, New Zealand in 2019

An Ancient Tree and the Question of Life, the Universe and Everything

An Ancient Tree from 42,000 years ago & the Question of Life, the Universe and Everything. Scientists study impact of magnetic field reversal based on data from the tree and link it to environmental c...

Earth's Magnetic Field

Podcast Episode 9 | Are the Earth’s Magnetic Poles Flipping?

Are the Earth's Magnetic Poles Flipping? We talk about the Magnetic Field Reversals, Northern & Southern Lights, Magnetosphere & the north and south poles.

Around Earth, an invisible magnetic field traps electrons and other charged particles. NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

VLOG Episode 6 | Are the Earth’s Magnetic Poles Flipping?

Are the Earth's Magnetic Poles Flipping? We talk about the Magnetic Field Reversals, Northern & Southern Lights, Magnetosphere & the north and south poles.