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08 October 2010

Earth not cooling down

Scientists found that a decline in the Sun's activity did not lead as expected to a cooling of the Earth, a finding that could have repercussions for models on climate change.

Scientists found that a decline in the Sun's activity did not lead as expected to a cooling of the Earth, a surprise finding that could have repercussions for computer models on climate change.

The amount of energy in the ultraviolet part of the energy spectrum fell, the researchers found.

 
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