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Earth's magnetic field protects life on Earth from radiation, but it can move, and the magnetic poles can even flip

By Ofer Cohen, Associate Professor of Physics and Applied Physics, UMass Lowell
Ever seen the northern lights? You have a magnetic layer in Earth’s atmosphere to thank for those beautiful displays. But the magnetosphere does a lot more than create auroras.The Conversation

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