One swallow does not make a summer: 160 years of Richard Carrington's legacy

@article{Oliveira2020OneSD,
  title={One swallow does not make a summer: 160 years of Richard Carrington's legacy},
  author={D. M. Oliveira},
  journal={Revista Brasileira De Ensino De Fisica},
  year={2020},
  volume={42}
}
  • D. M. Oliveira
  • Published 2020
  • History
  • Revista Brasileira De Ensino De Fisica
On 1 September 1859, the British astronomer Richard Carrington observed an anomalous behavior on the Sun. Approximately 17 hours later, magnetic effects of global scales were observed at Earth: aurora borealis and australis in low-latitude regions, and telegraphic equipment failures in Europe and North America. Nowadays, 160 years later, we know that solar-terrestrial connections control the magnetic activity in the geospace and on the ground, and their effects are subject of a discipline named… Expand

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