Friday, November 13, 2009 - 22:28 in Physics & Chemistry
Scientists have developed a more definitive and reliable tool for measuring the sun's rotation when sunspots aren't visible ---- and even when they are -- based on observations of common lightning strikes on Earth.
- A lightning strike in Africa helps take the pulse of the sunWed, 11 Nov 2009, 15:15:00 EST
- Scientists close in on source of X-rays in lightningTue, 15 Jul 2008, 15:14:53 EDT
- The overall channels of the lightning dischargesWed, 5 Nov 2008, 9:31:39 EST
- Sunspots revealed in striking detail by supercomputersThu, 18 Jun 2009, 14:27:07 EDT
- NASA researchers explore lightning's 'NOx-ious' impact on pollution, climateFri, 30 Oct 2009, 10:49:46 EDT