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Scientists discover new plasma and tsunamis, are responsible for the solar

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The rolling waves of the plasma is known as the “solar tsunami” would be caused by the sudden end of a solar cycle, according to the researchers.

Researchers have identified so-called “flash events” that will mark the end of the sunspot cycle, which might help to explain the process of how the sun changes from periods of lower activity to a higher activity level.

The study, which was published in the journal Solar Physics, studied nearly 140 years of data will be collected from the ground and from NASA’s Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatory and the Solar Dynamics Observatory, two of the vehicles that have been staring at the sun for a number of years.

According to CNET, the researchers observed in the UV-light coming from the surface of the sun, and she saw bright points of light would appear at high latitudes and to move in the direction of the sun’s equator over a period of several decades.

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In the heat of the sun is even more extreme.
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As soon as the bright dots disappear, a huge burst of activity were to take place, which will mark the start of the next sunspot cycle, scientists have said.

“The proof of the t is hidden in the observational record for more than a century, but until now we didn’t know what we were looking for,” Scott McIntosh, an NCAR scientist who worked on both studies, said in a press release.

Scientists have long wanted to gain a better understanding of the sun’s cycles. When the sun’s activity, spikes, flares, sunspots, and solar storms can affect satellites, positioned in the vicinity of the Earth and the space.

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NASA’s Solar Parker’s Probe that’s currently taking photos of, and gathering information about the deep interior of the sun and the earth’s atmosphere.

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