Seeing double: NASA missions measure solar flare from two spots in space

Solar flares are intense bursts of light from the sun. They are created when complicated magnetic fields suddenly and explosively rearrange themselves, converting magnetic energy into light through a process called magnetic reconnection – at least, that’s the theory, because the signatures of this process are hard to detect

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Seeing double: NASA missions measure solar flare from two spots in space


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