Thanks To Reduced Solar Activity, We Could Be Heading For A Mini Ice Age In 2030 | IFLScience

Life on Earth has always been dependent on the conditions of the Sun, so scientists spend a lot of time studying its activity. A recent announcement from solar scientists suggests that the Sun may soon enter a period of significant reduced activity, possibly causing a mini ice age by 2030 – just 15 years from now.

Source: Thanks To Reduced Solar Activity, We Could Be Heading For A Mini Ice Age In 2030 | IFLScience

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