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Part of Earth's magnetic field is getting weaker in "vigorously" developing anomaly, scientists say
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Part of Earth's magnetic field is getting weaker in "vigorously" developing anomaly, scientists say

Published: May 22, 2020  |  4 min read, 771 words
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SharePart of Earth's magnetic field appears to be getting weaker, scientists have said. Using satellite data, researchers believe an "anomaly" in the South Atlantic may have split in two, with the eastern section "developing vigorously." is generated by movements within the planet's molten iron core. It stretches out into space and provides a barrier around us that protects Earth against harmful radiation from the sun. When the magnetic field is stronger, it blocks more radiation. When it is weaker, more radiation reaches the planet's surface.The . It strengthens and weakens as part of... READ MORE
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