nes aw nd nesto s cieitn sts s y tud sun ’s e f fc e t The researchers were able to Because this is a previously un- on e t a r H wti H Lig Htning show that this variability in the data explored area of research, Price is For decades, researchers have used was not due to changes in the light- unsure how this data may help but the cyclic appearance of sunspots ning activity itself, but to changes in believes it holds possibility. “Our a s a tool i n u ndersta nd i ng t he Earth’s ionosphere. Price believes data may help researchers examine relationship of the Sun on Earth’s that the discovery may help scien- short-term connections between weather. Yet solar minimum years tists formulate new questions about weather, climate, and Sun cycles. create a problem in that few sun- the Sun’s effect on climate. With this tool, we now have a good spots are visible from Earth. Re- “This is such a basic parameter system for measuring the pulse of cently, researchers from Tel Aviv and not much is known about it,” the Sun,” he concludes. University made an unexpected he
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Feb 1, 2010
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