1. satellite image of area on solar disk with spicules emerging from the surface

    Plasma jets are prime suspect in solar mystery

    Structures called spicules may explain why the Sun’s corona is much hotter than its surface, according to a new paper in Science.

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  2. Savita

    Listening to the galaxy

    In a bid to unlock longstanding mysteries of the Sun, including the impacts on Earth of its 11-year cycle, a team of scientists from NCAR, France, and Spain has successfully probed a distant star.

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  3. Image of a satellite pointed at star

    Distant star’s sound waves reveal cycle similar to the Sun’s

    Scientists have detected "starspots," on the surface of a star using stellar seismology. The technique offers the potential to examine hundreds of stars.

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  4. Shrinking atmospheric layer linked to low levels of solar radiation

    The new research has implications for satellite orbits.

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  5. Extended solar minimum linked to changes in Sun’s conveyor belt

    Results from a new study should help scientists better understand the factors controlling the timing of solar cycles and could lead to better predictions.

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