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Huge swirling waves detected on the surface of the sun
A new study conducted by a team of solar physicists at New York University Abu Dhabi revealed the formation of huge vortex waves moving in the sun, extending at 125,000 miles per hour under the surface of the sun. 
Archyde | August 30, 2021

Huge waves on Sun observed by NYU Abu Dhabi solar physicist
A team of solar physicists led by New York University (NYU) Abu Dhabi Co-Principal Investigator of the Centre for Space Science, Laurent Gizon, has revealed huge swirling waves moving on the solar surface, which extend 125,000 miles below the surface of the Sun.
Emirates News Agency | August 29, 2021

A team of solar physicists, led by NYU Abu Dhabi’s co-principal investigator of the Center for Space Science, has revealed huge swirling waves moving on the solar surface. (WAM) Huge waves below surface of Sun observed by NYU Abu Dhabi solar physicist
A team of solar physicists has revealed huge swirling waves moving on the solar surface, which extend 125,000 miles below the surface of the sun.
Al Arabiya | August 29, 2021

ST/ Super-Earths discovered orbiting nearby red dwarf
Meridional flow in the Sun’s convection zone is a single cell in each hemisphere
Medium | July 2, 2020

Flow of Sun’s plasma controls sunspot cycle
A helioseismology study maps the flow of plasma inside the Sun and supports a model that also explains the sunspot cycle.
Nature Middle East | June 26, 2020