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Magnetic field News

Bird migration study may lead to better smartphones

Inspired by the biological compass used by some migratory birds to find their bearings in the geomagnetic field, technologists believe that this offers a clue to developing a more efficient smartphone.

Solar event gives prospect of spectacular auroras this weekend

Early yesterday morning NASA released details of an observed solar phenomenon, an Earth-directed coronal mass ejection with the potential to disrupt satellites and communications over the next one to three days.

Solar event gives prospect of spectacular auroras this weekend

Early yesterday morning NASA released details of an observed solar phenomenon, an Earth-directed coronal mass ejection with the potential to disrupt satellites and communications over the next one to three days.

Do pigeons have a built in GPS?

Houston - Some new research has explored how pigeons find their way home. The findings suggest that pigeons have a type of in-built magnetic compass, something similar to a natural GPS.

Mighty solar storm hits Earth August 3 or later

Two days ago, the entire Earth-facing side of our sun erupted in tumultuous activity, and NASA scientists have warned that a mass of superhot plasma blasted out of the sun, possibly hitting the earth as early as Tuesday, August 3 (Middle European Time).

Harsha Vardhan's magnetic field powered car

Harsha Vardhan, a car designer, thinks cars in the future would be completely different and powered by technologies no car manufacturer has tried to date.

Cosmic chorus causes Earth's magnetic field to hiss

A study says a cosmic chorus, thousands of miles above Earth, is filling the heavens with a mysterious, low frequency "hiss."

Magnetic index dives, hot year on the way for the planet?

A little-known measure of the strength of the linked solar and earth magnetic fields has dived to its lowest level ever. Last time it dived, worldwide we got the hottest year, in history. So what happens now?

Earth gets much more solar radiation than believed

The earth's magnetic field does not stop all the solar wind's high-radiation particles from the sun - protons and electrons streaming from the sun, NASA's Themis mission has discovered. Scientists were shocked to discover that much radiation gets through.
 

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The Earth has an amazing number of magnetic fields which interact both internally and with other ste...
The Earth has an amazing number of magnetic fields which interact both internally and with other stellar bodies in unpredictable but intriguing ways.
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