TeachMeFinance.com - explain Solar Wind
Solar Wind --
The outward flux of solar particles and magnetic fields from the sun. Typically, solar wind velocities are near 350 km/s.
Solar wind --
hot solar plasma spreading from the Sun's corona in all directions, at a typical speed of 300-700 km/sec. It is caused by the great heat of the corona.
solar wind --
The wind from the Sun. More specifically, particles, usually electrons and protons, continually streaming away from the corona of the Sun. The solar wind is extremely sparse, containing only a few fast moving particles per cubic centimeter at the Earth. The exact geometry and extent of the solar wind is not well known.
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