In the 21st century, there are many problems such as world hunger, terminal diseases, unwanted children, solar flares and etc.
2. Research Objectives
We will be researching on solar flare effect on telecommunication signals. We want to research on this because in the 21st century, millions of people are using communication devices every minute and when solar flare occurs. So when a solar flare occur, it will disrupt the telecommunication signals. We will be testing on how much solar flare occur in one day and which part of the day it will disrupt the telecommunication. We live in a world so dependent on telecommunication signals like making important calls overseas or locally we feel that this research is very important to nearly everyone as we can predict when solar flare occur and how long the solar flare lasts.
3. Literature Review
We have researched that solar flare releases millions of hydrogen bomb which disrupts telecommunication signals. The solar cycle is the change of the sun’s activity which includes changes in the levels of solar radiation and ejection. Solar cycles have about an average of 11 years duration. They have been observed by changes in the sun's appearance and by changes seen on Earth, such as auroras. The x-rays from flares are stopped by our atmosphere well above the Earth's surface. But they do disturb the Earth's the earth upper region which in turn disturbs some of the radio communications. They heat the Earth’s outer atmosphere intense radio emission from flares and these changes in the atmosphere can degrade the precision of Global Positioning System (GPS) measurements.
4. Proposed Hypotheses
We predict that solar flare release millions of hydrogen bomb that will disrupt communication signals such as radio waves and other electrical devices. We also predict that the longer the intensity of solar flare made by the sun, the more hydrogen bombs released which causes the disruption of communication longer.
5. Research Plan
We intend to build radio telescope sensor from scratch buying all the materials we need to build one, we will need to build two radio telescope so as to get a reliable result to research on solar flares. We will also need to build a sensitive radio telescope so that it does not get spoiled from a high intensity solar flare. We also intend to test it at least twice or thrice a week or more to get a reliable results depending on how many results we need, we would be conducting the tests in urban areas as there is where the communication gets disrupted.
6. Analysis of data
Solar flare release millions of hydrogen bomb that will disrupt communication signals such as radio waves and other electrical devices. The longer the intensity of solar flare made by the sun, the more hydrogen bombs released which causes the disruption of communication longer. Solar storms generate magnetic field which can be detected and measured with a radio telescope. A radio telescope used for this application must be sensitive and stable enough to measure the variation of the magnetic fields as well as having a wide range so that spikes in the data won't saturate the sensor.
7. Overall assessment on feasibility and manageability of the research
Our test will be manageable and easy as we can get the resources from the internet and we can build it with the instructions. Solar flare happens nearly everyday so time will not be a problem for us and the only difference from each solar flare is the intensity of the solar flare.
Detecting Solar Flares
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