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The sun's atmosphere is hundreds of times hotter than its surface – here's why

By Marianna Korsos, Post-Doctoral Research Assistant, Department of Physics, Aberystwyth University
Huw Morgan, Reader in Physical Sciences, Aberystwyth University
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Alfvén waves, first proposed 80 years ago, could explain why the sun's atmosphere is so much hotter than its surface.

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