Plasma rings on the Sun may be something different than previously thought

The coronal rings of the Sun were identified in the 1960s. This discovery was then used to understand the various properties of our star, including the magnetic field and the density and temperature of the solar atmosphere. Meanwhile, scientists managed to make another breakthrough.

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