High-energy electron jets move 15,000 Km/S on the dark side of the Earth


New observations show smooth streams of high-energy electron jets that move at a speed of more than 15,000 kilometers per second on the dark side of the Earth.

The multi scale magnetosphere mission (MMS), a space project consisting of 4 satellites launched by NASA in 2015, discovered a magnetic explosion on the night side of the Earth, which will allow a better understanding of the magnetic coupling phenomenon, according to an article published Thursday in the journal Science.

The mission had the opportunity to obtain high-resolution images of the night part of our planet, a new perspective that provides NASA with information about the functioning of magnetic re-connection, “the process of energy conversion that occurs in many astrophysical contexts. the whole universe], including the Earth’s magnetosphere. ”

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This is the first time that scientists have been able to observe this phenomenon due to the flow of particles symmetrically arranged in the shape of a tail, which, according to Science Alert, is a “quieter version” of chaotic activity registered in the solar side of the Earth’s magnetosphere. “The more we know about these reenactments, the more we can prepare for external events that are possible from [this phenomenon] around the Earth or anywhere in the Universe,” said Roy Torbert, deputy principal researcher of MMS.

Scientists who have already displayed the details of this phenomenon in this part of our atmosphere in October 2015 now saw it, like a comet, on the dark side of the Earth, which gives them a new vision of the same, because it shows smooth streams of high-energy electrons that moving at a speed of more than 15,000 kilometres per second.

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