How many visitors to Sami Solanki, what's up with the sun, he. But today it will be two more. Solanki, 61, is one of the world's leading solar researcher and Director of the Max-Planck-Institute for solar system research in Göttingen, Germany. In the Foyer of the idyllic new building that looks from the outside, as if architect "Tetris" is played, we stand with him in front of an incredibly large image of the sun. And feel awe. What shines on clouds-free days, so peaceful from the sky, revealed the 1000 LEDs, backlit UV absorption as a blazing plasma ball with infernal forces. Fascinating and dramatic at the same time. Solanki comes right to the point. "The sun Concerns us," he says. "We have learned in the last few decades, although much about them, but their dangers, we can not assess yet really good."
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Loved and feared researchers decode the secrets of our cosmic source of Lifethe mystery of the sun. The ratio of people to the sun is as complex as her Work. It has a light side and a dark side. Your light and your energy make life on earth possible. The sun, the inconceivable 150 Million kilometers away from earth, determined by circadian rhythms and photosynthesis. Their healing power is proven. It serves as a Motor for alternative energy. The sun sends in a half-hour more energy to the earth, as the people in the year to consume. At the same time, and this is the dark side, the Central heating is a key threat. They can cause burns to the skin, heat waves, droughts and devastating forest fires. Their turbulent solar weather is increasingly a threat to terrestrial technologies and the Welfare of the people. Updated Date: 07 August 2020, 20:26