As per reports of 10 March 2021, NASA says Solar energetic particles are one of the Main Challenges of Spaceflights. On the official Twitter handle of NASA Solar System “Solar energetic particles can harm electronics and astronauts in space, but their onset is hard to predict” said NASA.
Solar energetic particles can harm electronics & astronauts in space, but their onset is hard to predict. Now, scientists have traced three of these particle bursts back to their source — a step that could help scientists begin to forecast these events. https://t.co/IPYpDl4LUE pic.twitter.com/Kw4X83b6H1
— NASA Solar System (@NASASolarSystem) March 12, 2021
According to a report by Miles Hatfield, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Greenbelt, Md. they wrote scientists trace fastest solar particles to their roots on the sun. Solar energetics particles can hit the spacecraft and easily burn some of the sensitive electronics and even poses serious risks to human astronauts.
But, the exact prediction of the onset of these solar energetic particles is very very dificult, and we do not know exactly from where on the Sun they come.
Solar energetic particles, a new report by the Scientists in 2021?
But, a new report shows very interesting data regarding these solar energetic particles. According to the new study reports, scientists trace three Solar Energetic Particles Bursts back to the Sun to their source.
As per reports, according to Stephnie Yardley, space physicists at University College London and co-author of the paper “understanding the source regions and physical processes that produced Solare energetic Particles could lead to improved forecasting of these events”.
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