The Sun Will Be Unusually Cool By 2050, Study

Scientists told about the disasters that await the Sun

Scientists told about the disasters that await the Sun

Such conditions might create a 'mini ice age'.

According to a new study, the sun might be unusually cool by 2050.

Physicist Dan Lubin, at the University of California San Diego, along with his colleagues said that the ultraviolet radiation of the sun will be going down by an additional of 7 percent beyond the lowest point of the 11-year solar cycle during a grand minimum.

During the cycle sun's temperature keeps on changing with uniformity and researchers say with the newly found method they know when will the sun will have solar minimum.

The sun will give less glow by mid-century due to the event known as the Grand Minimum. This is called a Grand Minimum. Furthermore, Baltic Sea also froze, & so it became quite easy for the Swedish Army to invade Denmark in the year 1658. As per the scientists, it seems that the in 2050 the sun will experience a similar situation.

Scientists estimate that the grand minimum would probably only result in cooling the earth by about 0.25 per cent between 2020 and 2070. Because of this, the sun's surface gets dimmer.

The study said that when the sun's energy is reduced, the first thing that occurs is the thinning of the stratospheric ozone layer.

It must be noted that the whole Earth will not get cool.

In spite of the chilling weather in Europe during the Maunder Minimum, other areas such as Alaska and southern Greenland warmed.

Furthermore relating to reducing global warming scientists believe, 'The cooling effect of a grand minimum is only a fraction of the warming effect caused by the increasing concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere'.