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[Climate change has been addressed since last decade based on the influence of human activities like production of industrial effluents, land use changes, and other activities due to development of the society. Studies carried out by geologists of Exeter and Oxford University in 2012 suggests...
[The effects of eclipse were observed in a part of China on 23 July 2009 which shows that the cosmic ray intensity decreases with the decrease in Electron flux recorded by the Sun Observatory Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) satellite. The attempt was based on the changes in the concentration of...
[It is not possible to study the atmospheric changes in isolation. It has been inferred that there are indirect links existing in between the changes within the Sun with the thermosphere, ionosphere, atmosphere, and geosphere. The Earth’s magnetic field acts like a shield, protecting earth from...
[Influence of Sun can be observed in other planets of the Solar system also. The Saturn ring has provoked scientists and armature astronomers since the advancement of human civilization. Various hypotheses have been postulated on the connection of Sunspots Earth’s environment and changes in the...
[Influence of star flare on Sun-Earth environment leading Snowfall Influence of star flares during low Kp and low Efflux condition of Sun-Earth Environment may have produced further sudden drop in magnetic field and Efflux in Sun-Earth environment. This may have caused by repulsion of magnetic...
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