An article from Medical News Now, a new site from The Atlantic, gives an insight into the importance of a solar eclipse for health.
Read moreRead article In this article, we explain how a solar or coronal mass ejection (CME) event occurs, the timing of which depends on a lot of factors, from Earth’s orbit to the relative strength of the Sun’s magnetic field.
While the sun is a fairly small object, its magnetic field is so powerful that even a very small impact can cause significant damage to our planet.
This makes a CME event much more dangerous, since it causes the magnetic field to change.
The change can cause severe problems for satellites and spacecraft.
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