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  • Cosmic Rays Increasing For The 4th Year in a Row

    • Date: 01/03/19
    • Tony Phillips,
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    Cosmic rays in the stratosphere are intensifying for the 4th year in a row. This finding comes from a campaign of almost weekly high-altitude balloon launches conducted by the students of Earth to Sky Calculus. Since March 2015, there has been a ~13% increase in X-rays and gamma-rays over central California, where the students have […]

  • Earth’s Upper Atmosphere Cooling Dramatically, Cosmic Rays Continue To Increase As Deep Solar Minimum Approaches

    • Date: 05/11/18
    • Meteorologist Paul Dorian, Perspecta, Inc.
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    New data from NASA’s SABER instrument on board NASA’s TIMED satellite confirms that our atmosphere is losing heat energy near the edge of space as we approach solar minimum. In fact, if current trends continue, it could soon set a Space Age record for cold. Daily observations of the number of sunspots since 1 January […]

  • Solar Minimum Triggers Significant Rise In Cosmic Rays

    • Date: 26/10/18
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    As 2018 comes to an end, Solar Minimum appears to be just getting started. Cosmic rays could continue to increase for years to come, so stay tuned. So you thought Solar Minimum was boring? Think again. High-altitude balloon flights conducted by and Earth to Sky Calculus show that atmospheric radiation is intensifying from coast to coast […]

  • Interview: The Connection Between Cosmic Rays, Clouds and Climate

    • Date: 16/03/18
    • GWPF TV
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    Prof Henrik Svensmark & Jacob Svensmark discuss the connection between cosmic rays, clouds and climate with the GWPF’s Benny Peiser and Jonny Bairstow from Energy Live News. Prof Henrik Svensmark & Jacob Svensmark: The Connection Between Cosmic Rays, Clouds and Climate. Presentation in the House of Lords, London, 13 March 2018 (pdf)

  • An Interview With Prof Henrik Svensmark About The Link Between Cosmic Rays & Climate Change

    • Date: 23/12/17
    • GWPF Podcast
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    Dr David Whitehouse interviews Prof Henrik Svensmark about his team’s new paper on the link between cosmic rays and climate change

  • New Study: Cosmic Rays, Solar Activity Have Much Greater Impact On Earth’s Climate Than Models Suggest

    • Date: 19/12/17
    • Graham Lloyd, The Australian
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    The impact of changes in solar activity on Earth’s climate was up to seven times greater than climate models suggested according to new research published today in Nature Communications. Researchers have claimed a breakthrough in understanding how cosmic rays from supernovas react with the sun to form clouds, which impact the climate on Earth. The […]

  • David Whitehouse: Cosmic Rays-Climate Link Found

    • Date: 19/12/17
    • Dr David Whitehouse, GWPF Science Editor
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    Scientists at the Technical University of Denmark have discovered what they call a game changing result in understanding how cosmic rays from supernovae – exploding stars – can influence Earth’s cloud cover and thereby climate by being mediated by the Sun. The new findings are published in the journal Nature Communications. If confirmed it could […]

  • Cosmic Rays Increase, Solar Cycle Approaches Minimum

    • Date: 26/06/17
    • Meteorologist Paul Dorian, Vencore, Inc.
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    The sun is currently featuring one lonely visible sunspot region and this relatively blank look is becoming more and more common as solar cycle 24 heads towards the next solar minimum. The latest image of the sun features only one visible sunspot region.  The sun has been completely blank almost one-quarter of the time this […]

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