What’s in Observing the Sun for You?

Observing the Sun’s behavior is the most rewarding intellectual activity one could endeavor into.

Why is that? Two reasons. One is, you will be tapping into the cutting edge research from all space agencies worldwide; ground and space observatories, universities studies, and satellite data from on-going space crafts and satellites orbiting the Earth and the Sun. These are studies being accomplished not only in the US but worldwide.

In addition, solar physics is a science which taps into all another astrophysics field of studies and science. Thus, even if you are an amateur solar physicist or amateur astrophysicist, or even an astronomer interested in studying the Sun, you will be ahead in the intellectual circles by far.

Furthermore, you will be ahead in the news of current events and the latest in space weather or solar weather effects on our physical planet, as unavoidably you will automatically learn facts on subjects, such as planet Earth physics, its relationship to other bodies in the solar system and its relationship to the sun and vice-versa.

Second, whether or not you are widely known, as an Helio behavior observer you will soar in the understanding of science related to our planet’s physical aspect and even beyond our own planet as well; as far as that knowledge has presently been discovered and covered by the media.

Even your understanding of agriculture science to human physical health and emotional behavior to the innermost physiology of life inside earth itself will be increased. Why? Because all inert matter and living organisms from all ecology systems, and all plant life from all botanic systems, and all water and atmospheric systems has a relationship with the Sun and is affected by the Sun. Not only human life, but the life of the physical planet earth itself has a direct relationship to the Sun and all are directly affected by solar behavior.

In short, you cannot study one by omitting the other. Thus, to study the Sun, all other sciences related to anything that is upon the Earth automatically come into play in a fascinating manner, showing how life, all life, plants in all ecosystems, animals in all environments, insects, and microbes in their systems that are living on earth.

Plus, all Earth’s inertia matter, from the minute to the largest are interconnected and interdependent with each other and all are directly linked to the Sun by the sun’s magnetic field and solar wind and interplanetary energetic particles coming from the Sun via the solar wind. And thus; whatever happens on the Sun or in the Sun directly affects all components of our physical and non-physical life on Earth, be it seen by the naked eye or not, be it energy or matter.

As you can see, the old saying is true, “We are one.” and that “one” is our planet’s reciprocal relationship with the Sun and to the rest of the solar system and even beyond into the intergalactic system. And that brings us back to the original point where anything that happens to the Sun and in the Sun affects the Earth and everything living and non-living in it.

Whatever happens in the Sun or to the Sun, or on the Sun also affects everything beyond the Earth as well, interplanetary and exo-solar system such as our surrounding neighbor solar systems in the galaxy are all affected. Which brings us to the realization, that everything that happens on other solar systems within our galaxy also affects our Sun as well, and eventually every life form on Earth. Thus, Heliophysics is the most important and fascinating science to study and to understand, if we are to begin to understand why and how things actually happen and live on this and other planets.

Watch the Sky.

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