For the first time astronomers have observed waves of magnetic energy, known as Alfvén waves, in the photosphere of the sun. This discovery may help explain why the solar corona is so much hotter than the surface. The sun is made of plasma, and like any plasma it should support Alfvén waves. These are waves …
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