Sunday, 22 April 2012

ODD BEHAVIOUR OF THE SUN

Here is a look at the behaviour of the sun which some solar scientists are predicting may lead to a significant drop in global temperatures.

2 comments:

bhashkar_BIM Services said...

Frank Hill, also of the National Solar Observatory, took a separate approach, attempting to predict the sunspot cycle based on a phenomena on the sun that can be likened to solar jet streams.

This east-west flow on the surface of the sun was first discovered in 1980, and is known as "torsional oscillation."

The jet stream exists at a depth of at least 65,000 miles (about 105,000 kilometers) below the solar surface, and Hill and his team of researchers were able to examine its behavior at a depth of 600 miles (966 km).

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