Solar-terrestrial connections from experimental data on changes of day duration for 1832—2000
|1Kurbasova, GS, Korsun', AA, 1Rybalova, MN, 1Shlikar, GN |
1SRI Crimean Astrophysical Observatory, Nauchnyj, AR Crimea, Ukraine
|Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2007, 13 ;(1):060-062|
|Publication Language: Russian|
We discuss the results of our analysis of experimental data D on deviations of day duration from the standard one (86400 s) for 168-year interval. The analysis was made to find a possible connection between the basic untidal variations in the D data and changes of some characteristics of solar activity, magnetosphere processes, and seismic activity of the Earth. Our analysis results leave room for some influence of solar activity on the process of generation of the basic untidal fluctuations in the day duration. We suppose that this influence is based on the general property of the Solar system which is the tendency to synchronization of rotary and oscillatory movements in dynamic systems of a various nature.
|Keywords: solar system, synchronization, untidal fluctuations|
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