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"Satellite" monitors two eruptions in the sun Today News: Press b

“Satellite” monitors two eruptions in the sun Today News: Press b

Satellites dedicated to observing the sun today recorded two eruptions, separated by approximately 700,000 km simultaneously, erupting at AR2918 in the Northern Hemisphere (recording M1 degree sunlight). Hemisphere.

According to the Jetta Astronomical Society, this synchronization is not necessary, as NASA’s Solar Kinetics Laboratory has long found that global magnetic instability can cause simultaneous eruptions across the Sun.

The eruption in the southern hemisphere was so significant that the GOES-16 satellite was detected more than half a million kilometers from the eruption site.

So far, no coronal mass emission has been detected towards Earth.

The US space agency (NASA) has announced that the agency’s Parker Solar Probe is proud to be the first spacecraft to enter the solar atmosphere.

The study penetrated the Sun’s outer atmosphere, known as the star’s corona or colorful corona, and collected samples of particles and magnetic fields there, describing the event as a “giant leap for solar science”.

Thomas Zurbuchen, an official with NASA’s Directorate of Science Operations, said the Parker Solar Probe “touching the sun” was a great moment for solar science and a real cause for pride.

“This terrestrial step not only gives us a deeper insight into the evolution of our sun and its impact on our solar system, but also teaches us more about all the other stars in the universe that we learn about our star,” he added. .

NASA said on April 28 that during its eighth orbit around the Sun, Parker detected 18.8 sun rays (approximately 1.3 million km) from the sun’s surface, the perfect magnetic field and particles to enter the solar atmosphere.

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Justin Caspar, editor-in-chief of a new study on this achievement published in the journal Physical Review Letters, says, “At least for a short time, sooner or later, we’re fully looking forward to Corona.

“But it’s very exciting that we’ve already achieved that,” he added.

NASA points out that as the study continues to approach the Sun, it will eventually reach 8.86 sunbeams from the surface. During the next flight of the “Parker” study scheduled for next January, the company said it was likely to re-enter the corona.

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These are the details of the “satellites” that observed the two eruptions in the sun.

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