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The dipole array telescope—a mass of wires and poles stretched across an area the size of 57 tennis courts—took Cambridge University students more than two years to build.
In any event, the end result is likely to be a warm-West cold-East temperature configuration, which scientists describe as the North American dipole pattern.
Regardless what it's called, this dipole pattern – abnormally high temperatures over much of the West along with chilly conditions in the East – has dominated North American weather in four of the past five winters.
The resulting warm-West cold-East temperature configuration is referred to by scientists as the North American winter dipole.
The dipole is a little antenna that allows both of those to happen at the same time.
The one problem with magnets over electric charges is that magnets come in dipoles.
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