Solar-Terrestrial Sciences

Archives / 2023 / April

Why faculae “vanish” on active Suns

Why faculae “vanish” on active Suns

The Earth’s primary energy source is the radiative energy flux (i.e., the Total Solar Irradiance, TSI) from the Sun. Understanding the TSI or the solar irradiance output in particular wavelengths is important, as it is crucial for sustaining life of metabolisms on Earth and in answering the question of how life emerged on Earth. It has been shown that magnetic activity on the solar surface is one ...[Read More]

Events organised by the ST-ECS Team during EGU23

The General Assembly is around the corner, and we would like to advertise the events the early-career scientist (ECS) Team of our Division have been preparing to create networking opportunities for ECSs. Joint picnic for ST/PS/AS/EMRP ECSs (in-person only) When? Monday 24 April, 12:30–13:45 CEST Where? Meeting near the main entrance of the Austrian Center Vienna (ACV), before heading out to the Do ...[Read More]