Stratosphere cycles with “The sun” explaining the physics behind Stratospheric reactions to solar cycle Max/Min.
Scientists Uncover Solar Cycle, Sratosphere, and Ocean Connections The Sun influences Earth in many ways. On one hand it provides the light and heat that sustains life on our planet. On the other hand it bathes the Earth in ultraviolet light, showers it with x-rays, gamma-rays, electrons, and atomic nuclei, and wraps the Earth in the folds of its own magnetic field.
Subtle connections between the 11-year solar cycle, the stratosphere, and the tropical Pacific Ocean work in sync to generate periodic weather patterns that affect much of the globe, according to research in the journal Science. The study can help scientists get an edge on eventually predicting the intensity of certain climate phenomena, such as the Indian monsoon and tropical Pacific rainfall, years in advance. Read More at Astrobiology Magazine:
STRATOSPHERE CYCLES WITH THE SUN By Astrobiology Magazine