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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

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Published: Feb 1, 2010

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