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Decoding space weather

Date: 05 February 2020 Tags: Space
  • A European Space Agency mission to make unprecedented close-up observations of the Sun is due for launch.
  • By studying the solar radiation much closer to its source, scientists aim to transform their understanding of 'space weather'.
  • This could pave the way for making much more accurate forecasts, so that Earth can prepare for bad space weather.
  • The observations it will collect will be far more detailed than in previous solar missions because it has an unprecedented array of sensitive cameras, telescopes and sensors recording and measuring different wavelengths of light, such as X-rays and radio waves, as well as the various components of solar wind.