CLASS/FSI Seminar Series 2020
Jan 14 - Apr 7, 2020
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Magnetic Bubbles on the Moon Reveal Evidence of “Sunburn”
SSERVI researchers find lunar swirls could be the result of solar wind interactions with the Moon’s isolated pockets of magnetic field.
The lunar surface is both hotter (in daytime) and colder (at night) than any place on Earth.