The Earth's magnetic field acts like a giant instrument playing magnetic music.
Listen to some weird space sounds and help identify crunches, whistles and other odd effects. It could help save our satellites.
The vast majority of matter in the universe is plasma: electrically charged gas. Scientists are untangling how dust interacts with plasma both in space and experimentally closer to home.
After half a century of trying, scientists have finally caught a glimpse of the magnetic process that fuels space weather and the northern lights.
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Astronomers think they may have found evidence within our galaxy of some of the missing matter thought to make up our universe.
It's not easy – but we are moving in the right direction.