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Climate explained: how particles ejected from the Sun affect Earth's climate

By Annika Seppälä, Senior Lecturer in Geophysics, University of Otago
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When solar particles reach the Earth, they not only produce spectacular auroras but also contribute to the chemical reactions leading to ozone depletion, which in turn influences climate patterns.

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