Sun’s rotation could influence lightning on Earth - SpaceTime with Stuart Gary S21E58

Jul 25, 11:40 AM

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**Sun’s rotation could influence lightning on Earth*

A new study suggests the Sun's rotational cycle influences lightning activity on Earth.

**A dozen new moons discovered around Jupiter*

A dozen new moons have been discovered orbiting Jupiter.

**A quadrillion tonnes of diamonds hidden in the Earth's interior*

There may be more than a quadrillion tonnes of diamonds hidden deep below Earth's surface.

**Longest Lunar eclipse this century*

What will be the longest lunar eclipse of the 21st century will take place on the evening of July the 27th and morning of July the 28th.

**The Science Report*

Climate change could be causing tropical cyclones, hurricanes, and typhoons to place new regions.

Humans identified as a “major hub” for Golden Staph.

Claims radiation from cell phones may affect memory performance in teens

New study suggests dingos arrived in Australia far more recently than previously thought.

**Alex on Tech looks at latest cell phone releases.*

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