This visualization from the Global Modeling and Assimilation Office (GMAO) at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center shows how particles flow around the Earth’s atmosphere.
If you aren’t geographically in a position to see the Great American Solar Eclipse of 2017 happening on August 21, another way you can see the eclipse is by watching a livestream of the event.
Researchers from the University of Leeds published an article in the journal Nature GeoScience with data gathered by the Swarm satellites that reveals the existence of a molten core jet stream using changes in the magnetic field.
This year a total solar eclipse will occur on August 21st, and will be visible from many states in the United States. The total solar eclipse will be visible in a path from Oregon to South Carolina.