A new study has, for the first time, reconstructed solar activity during the last ice age. The study shows that the regional climate is influenced by the sun and offers opportunities to better predict future climate conditions in certain regions.
Two brightest planets in the Solar System – Venus and Jupiter – are joining together for a beautiful early morning view. The show started on August 15 with Venus and Jupiter little more than 2 degrees apart. These two worlds haven’t paired so closely since 2000.The best time to look will be 30 – 60 minutes before sunrise on Monday, August 18, when Venus and Jupiter will be just 2/10 of a degree apart. The closest approach happens around 05:00 UTC.Optics are not required to see this bright pair, but if you have binoculars use them. If you use a telescope you will easily notice that they are not alone. The planets will be converged right beside M44, the Beehive Cluster, which is located about 500 light years from Earth. This busy c… »
Source: Solar News
- 2014-08-17 20:15:14 UTC
- 2014-08-18 04:15:14 +08:00 at epicenter
- 9.671°S 112.569°E
- 51.91 km (32.26 mi)
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