The sun, the source of energy and weather is not a constant source. Instead it is very variable and chaotic.
Solar, Space, and Geomagnetic Weather Part I — An Introduction
By Stephanie Osborn
“Interstellar Woman of Mystery”
Rocket Scientist and Novelist
A lot of my friends and fans over on Facebook have become followers of my various solar and aurora alerts there, and Sarah keeps asking me to come blog more about the stuff — which I enjoy doing, immensely — so I thought I’d explain what it is and why it’s important.
[This is a basic image of the Sun, complete with sunspots. The small black circle in the top right edge of the solar disk is actually Venus beginning a “transit” (passage) between us and the Sun.]
All three — solar weather, space weather, and geomagnetic weather — are interconnected. This is because the Sun has a magnetic field that extends far past the Earth, and so the Earth’s magnetic field interacts with it. “Space Weather” is…
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