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ESA’s Solar Orbiter traces solar wind to its source


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ESA’s Solar Orbiter traces solar wind to its source


The solar wind is the never-ending sleet of electrically charged particles given out by the Sun. It is highly variable, changing its characteristics such as speed, density and composition, depending on what part of the Sun’s surface it is coming from.

Yet, despite decades of study, certain aspects of the solar wind’s origin remain poorly understood. And by the time the wind reaches the Earth, much of the detail has been smeared out, making it virtually impossible to trace it back to specific regions on the Sun’s surface.

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