Less UV radiation from the sun expected by mid-century. Image: Pixabay
Global warming will not halt when the sun emits less radiation by mid-century

A period with less UV radiation from the sun is expected to occur in the middle of this century, researchers from UC San Diego found. The cooldown is a periodic phenomenon with diminished magnetism of the sun and less ultraviolet light will reach the Earth. This will slow down global warming, but not enough to stop it. These new data can be used in new models of climate changes. 

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Scientific publication: The Astrophysical Journal Letters