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    Default Space Radiation Probes Make 'Shock' Discovery

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    For more than four weeks last year, a previously unknown third radiation belt circled Earth before it was annihilated -- along with the entire outer belt -- by a shock wave, new findings from a pair of NASA probes show. he discovery was a fluke. The Van Allen Probes' science instruments were not due to be turned on for more than a month after launch on Aug. 30, 2012, while systems checkouts were under way.






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    Physicists have analyzed data collected by RBSP probes while studying the newly discovered third radiation belt of the Earth, and found that it is the result of the work of "chorus" - plasma waves accelerating electrons to near-light speeds, according to an article in the journal Nature. The Earth's radiation belts were discovered by the American astrophysicist James Van Allen in 1958. In August 2012, NASA sent a pair of RBSP probes into Earth's orbit, which discovered that the Earth's "radiation shield" consists of three belts. In July 2013, physicists found out that most of the electrons in these belts "accelerate" inside the "radiation shield", but the very mechanism of their acceleration remained unknown.

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