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'Magnetic Braids' in Solar Atmosphere

'Magnetic Braids' in Solar Atmosphere

A NASA space telescope has revealed magnetic fields of super-hot matter in the sun's outer atmosphere that are interwoven like braids of hair. The find may explain why the surface of the sun is cooler than its corona, and help predict upcoming space weather. More at Space.com and Discovery News.

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