The Secret Life of the Sun

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6.859min2013ALL
Kate Humble and Helen Czerski reveal the inner workings of the sun and investigate why scientists think changes in the sun's behaviour may have powerful effects on our climate.
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Matt Barrett
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Kate HumbleHelen Czerski
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DocumentarySpecial Interest
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English [CC]
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English

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c wallerReviewed in the United States on May 22, 2020
3.0 out of 5 stars
Long on production, short on information
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In the end, it was worth the viewing, however frustrating along the way. The technical video is lacking (due to little time, and even shorter explanations of what was shown) -- the social video is abundant. Much talking heads while discussing the wonderful sun and its various stages. Showing many different stages with sparse explanation.
Seems to be aimed @ the housewife bored @ home who is curious about the sun and welcomes a chatty tour of just what it takes to gather info about the sun and a few of the amazing tools scientists are using around the globe. Includes a segment showing fusion being produced, a trip to Cairns Australia for a total eclipse, and to norther Sweden for a view, however brief, of the Northern Lights.
The conclusion is that around 2022 or so, the sun will stop producing sunspots and possibly begin another period called a Grand Minimum. The last Grand Minimum took place about 350 years ago, lasted 70 years, was called The Little Ice Age, and it got cold. They show a painting done @ the time of people frolicking on a frozen Thames River in Britain.
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