NASA satellites to study magnetic space explosions A quartet of Earth-orbiting satellites will study magnetic reconnection, a process by which magnetic field lines rearrange themselves, releasing energy. By Calla Cofield, SPACE.com MARCH 12, 2015
A cosmic phenomenon in Earth's magnetic field that is both dazzling and potentially dangerous for people on the surface is the focus of a new scientific mission, scheduled to launch into orbit on Thursday (March 12). Read More By Clicking Here.....
The Magnetsopheric Multiscale mission, or MMS, consists of four satellites that will study a process called magnetic reconnection: the explosive phenomenon that can send powerful bursts of particles hurtling
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