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Points from Foregoing Letters

Nature volume 139, page 252 (06 February 1937) | Download Citation



From observations of disturbances of the earth's magnetism accompanying hydrogen eruptions in the sun, A. G. McNish infers that magnetic disturbance may be attributed to a sheet of current in the electrical layer of the upper atmosphere (ionosphere) together with oppositely directed currents in the earth.

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