When planning to make a trip, it's worth planning in advance, and one of the first things you have to do is check the weather forecast. The same applies to space travelers, and with so many missions in work, NASA is now looking ahead to see what the weather forecast for the next decade looks like, and things seem to be shaping pretty well.
Using the latest solar activity data and a new predictive formula to predict sunny summits and valleys, NASA says we are about to experience the quietest decade or so over the last two centuries, making the perfect time right now To plan crew missions to other worlds
As NASA explains in a new blog, our star's solar cycles last about 11 years, with periods of increased activity happening in a predictable way. During severe periods, sunspots are more common, and coronary discharges deplete charged particles into space. Here, on Earth, the planet's magnetic field acts as a shield, but astronauts who travel in space will not have the same protection. a way to predict the tides of our star. The method has already been tested to predict the previous decade of space time, using existing data, and he "performs well", according to NASA. their most advanced missions do not yet have to make the study easier, but at least it will not make it more difficult.