Has a part of the Sun broken, the vortex seen on the North Pole, what is the truth?


Science News Desk – Many times such incidents are seen in celestial bodies from which strange results can be drawn. Sometimes these results also turn out to be correct. So sometimes some other results come out, they are strange. This is the reason why scientists do not jump to conclusions and keep verifying and testing possible results. One such incident has happened on the surface of the Sun. There is a part rising up on the north pole of the Sun which is in the shape of a Polar Vortex on the Sun and looks as if something is separating from the Sun.

mentioned in a tweet
This observation has been possible because of the James Webb Space Telescope. And it is not surprising that it has created a curiosity in the scientific world. A meteorologist named Tamita Skov has tweeted about this interesting incident on social media, in which that short video of NASA is also included.

polar vortex issue
In his tweet, Skov wrote, ‘Talk about the Polar Vortex. Right now the matter near the north pole of our star has appeared to separate from a filament and is spinning as a giant polar vortex. Not much can be said about the effects on the dynamics of the Sun’s atmosphere that are taking place above its 55° latitude.

What can happen; what can be done
While there is another confusion over this phenomenon, it may also be related to a reversal of the Sun’s magnetic field. Also, it can be related to the solar cycle of the Sun which lasts for every 11 years, which affects this place. And many physicists believe that this phenomenon is not unexpected. Such an event happens once in a solar cycle at this place.

Rising Solar Plaza
Scott McIntosh, a solar physicist and deputy director of the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colorado, said he’s never seen a vortex like this before, adding that something strange is happening at the 55-degree latitude of the Sun. which belongs to 11 years. Solar cycle. , He described it as a rising solar plasma.

Many questions are not answered
Scientists do not know why such an effect is observed due to the change in the solar cycle in 11 years. Why does it go towards the pole in one go and why does it disappear again after coming back? This whole process lasts for three to four years, but the big question is how it starts from one place and ends at one place.

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