“We think if the tilt of the sun’s solar magnetic fields continue to decline over the next few months or year, the intensity of cosmic rays reaching Earth will go up even more – perhaps from 19% to even 30% more than we have ever observed in the Space Age.”
- Richard Mewaldt, Ph.D., Cal Tech Physicist
October 6, 2009 Pasadena, California - In August 1997, a satellite was launched called the Advanced Composition Explorer (ACE) to “study the particles that come near the Earth from our Sun, from space between the planets and from the Milky Way galaxy beyond our solar system.” The ACE satellite is positioned at “L-1,” a site a million miles in front of the Earth with the sun some 92 million miles beyond.
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