NASA's Projects to Study Total Solar Eclipse Impact on Earth's Atmosphere

By
Yelena Petrovich
1 min read

NASA has introduced 'eclipse radio' projects to investigate the impact of the April 8 total solar eclipse on the Earth's atmosphere. The projects aim to assess the Earth's ionosphere and study radio emissions from the sun's inner corona, among other findings. NASA's initiative provides a unique opportunity to understand the sun's influence on the planet. Additionally, 'Ham' radio enthusiasts will participate in a citizen science investigation, while the RadioJOVE citizen scientist project will measure radio bursts from the sun's surface. The experiments are expected to provide valuable insights into the solar eclipse's effects on Earth.

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