Solar Astronomy

The study of solar physics plays a very vital role and it is believed that varies in the solar atmosphere and solar activity can have a foremost impact on Earth's climate. The Sun also offers a "physical laboratory" for the study of plasma physics. The Sun is exclusively situated for close-range observing (other stars cannot be determined with anything like the spatial resolution that the Sun can), there is a split between the related discipline of observational astrophysics and solar physics.

Solar physics is the branch of astrophysics that emphases in the study of the Sun. It contracts with the comprehensive measurements that are possible only for our closest star. It intersects with many disciplines of astrophysics, pure physics, and computer science, including fluid dynamics, magnetohydrodynamics, plasma physics including seismology, particle physics, nuclear physics, atomic physics, stellar evolution, space physics, radiative transfer, spectroscopy, applied optics, computer vision, signal processing, computational physics, stellar physics and solar astronomy.

  • Solar System: Formation
  • Earth
  • Comets
  • Interplanetary medium
  • Kuiper Belt
  • Meteors and Meteoroids
  • Minor planets and asteroids
  • Moon
  • Planets: Rings
  • Planets and Satellites: Formation
  • Solar storm

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