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Durham, I.T. Rethinking the History of Solar Wind Studies: Eddington’s Analysis of Comet Morehouse. Notes and Records of Royal Society, 60, 261-270.

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  • TITLE: Sun-Moon-Earth Interactions, External Factors for Earthquakes

    AUTHORS: M. Hagen, A. Azevedo

    KEYWORDS: Sun, Moon, Earth, Solar Wind, Coronal Mass Ejections, Solar Cycles, Earthquakes

    JOURNAL NAME: Natural Science, Vol.9 No.6, June 29, 2017

    ABSTRACT: The aim of this paper is to continue analyzing the interactions in the three-body system made up of the Sun, the Moon, and the Earth. First, we review new details about Moon-Earth connections, with a special focus on mechanical forces. Following, we expand the study to consider the pair Sun-Earth, with calculations for electromagnetic forces. The objective in both cases is to know how mechanical and electromagnetic forces affect seismological events on Earth. Our calculations found that Solar Cycles have no direct interaction with earthquake variations. Instead, we established that there is an internal discrepancy for quakes below 35 km detected in some of the regions analyzed. The results indicate that geomagnetic variations must be studied next to understand their connections to earthquakes.