Determination of human sensitivity to the influence of geomagnetic storms
AUTHORS : Dykun N.V. | Melnik A.I.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : LDC “PYRAMIDA”, Dubno, Ukraine
YEAR : 2020 | Category : Diagnostic
Almost everyone has heard of magnetic storms, solar flares and fluctuations in the Earth’s magnetic field. In the past 10 years, more and more scientists are inclined to believe that oscillations of the Earth’s magnetosphere can affect the physical and mental health of a person, but, nevertheless, this is one of the most controversial and controversial issues at the junction of medicine and physics.
The bright luminous surface of the Sun, visible to the naked eye, has a temperature of about 6000 OC and is called the photosphere. The photosphere is absolutely opaque, and the underlying matter is inaccessible to any observation. Above the photosphere is the solar atmosphere: at an altitude of 2-3 thousand kilometers there is a rather dense and thin layer – the chromosphere, which got its name because it is visible during eclipses as a thin pink edging of the Sun. From heights of about 10 thousand kilometers, a rarefied, but inhomogeneous and surprisingly hot (1-2 million degrees) corona of the Sun begins. It extends to distances of several solar radii.