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Earth's thermosphere went through its biggest contraction in 43 years.
Researchers expected to see a contraction due to a solar minimum, but not this significant.
One explanation may be an increase in carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.
 Quoting: observation

[link to news.discovery.com]

tensegrity tounge
 Quoting: aether


combine /z\ \z/

 Quoting: littlemiracles


wow, not that is interesting
going to look into this further
thanks :)
 Quoting: NiNzrez


back in 2008 when that was announced nin, "we" looked at it and decided this:

I don't think the heliosphere is any smaller myself. I believe they "infer" the process based on a pressure model. I do not see that process that way. It is a charge model, its tension, not pressure. Its also a tensegrity model. Therefore I predict the compression elements (sun and planets) and the tension member (heliosphere) are consistent in galactic terms. Yet It does flucate all the time, it breathes so to speak. So their percentage of change, I do not agree with nor their reasons. It is not static in my mind but will not decrease by 25% due to their pressure model.
 Quoting: 2008


nothing has changed our thinking nor has nasa as yet publicly altered it pressure model
 Quoting: aether

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