By Editor Jon White
All approximately area publication of the sunlight approach
- realize the important position the superstar on the middle of our sunlight method playsThe planets
- In-depth courses to the entire planets, from Mercury to NeptuneThe moons
- Take a more in-depth examine the various sunlight platforms best moonsAmazing illustrations
- discover the lovely points of interest on offerAlso inside...
- a whole consultant to the Sun
- sun flares
- the opening within the Sun
- sun maximum
- a glance at Earths moon
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As a result, the magnetic field becomes distorted, and interactions between different regions force magnetic loops, the focus of sunspots and flares, out of the surface. As the cycle progresses, some of the magnetic field starts to cancel out across the equator, while part is carried towards the poles where it plays a role in reversing the magnetic field for the next cycle. N N S S TIME N S TIME Orderly field Differential twisting Active centres At the beginning of a solar cycle, the Sun’s magnetic field has a clear and fairly orderly ‘dipole’ arrangement, with magnetic field lines entering and emerging from the Sun’s visible surface at high latitudes.
Another aspect of the sunspot cycle, meanwhile, gives rise to one of the most iconic diagrams in all of science. By recording not just the number and size of sunspots, but also their latitude on the surface of the Sun, English astronomer Edward Maunder discovered a steady drift in latitude throughout each cycle, with spots first 34 appearing in small numbers at high latitudes in each hemisphere, peaking around mid-latitudes, and dying away as the remaining spots converged on the equator. The beautiful symmetric pattern produced when sunspot latitudes over a full solar cycle or more are plotted on a graph is known as a ‘butterfly diagram’.
Venus Express, the European Space Agency’s first mission to the planet, launched in 2005 and has been sending data back from orbit ever since. Venus Radar Mapper Launched on 4 May 1989, the Magellan spacecraft, also referred to as the Venus Radar Mapper, reached Venus's orbit on 10 August 1990. The mission’s primary objective was to map the surface of Venus with a synthetic aperture radar (SAR). Just 19 days after its arrival the spacecraft began a 243-day mapping cycle. Magellan used radar to get through the thick atmosphere, and returned unprecedented highresolution images of more than 98 per cent of the planet’s surface.
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