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Sun's Magnetic Field May Originate Closer To Solar Surface: Study

  • The sun's magnetic field, causing solar storms and auroras, may originate shallower in its interior, below the top 30% of the sun's surface, according to researchers.
  • New research suggests the sun's magnetic field is likely generated near the top of its churning gases, less than 5% inward or about 20,000 miles deep.
  • The sun's magnetic field drives sunspots and solar flares, influencing space weather, with implications for GPS, communication satellites, and auroras.
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