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Those same energetic specks flood the ionosphere, sometimes disabling the stable layer off which high-frequency radio signals bounce.
But little is known about this boundary zone, called the ionosphere, which begins about 60 miles above Earth.
These rings affect the way the ionosphere is charged, researchers report today in Science.
The ionosphere sits directly above the Earth’s ozone layer.
Typically, Maddie Stone wrote for Gizmodo in 2015, even large solar flares are dissipated in the Earth’s ionosphere, which leads to an awesome aurora event.
In this classified program, the U.S. government launched high-altitude balloons into the ionosphere, hoping to monitor Russian nuclear tests.
At night, with no sun, the ionosphere is much less charged.
Watching the dance of the barium clouds could provide information about how charged particles move in the ionosphere.
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