Volume 2, Issue 4, November 2017, Page: 97-100
The Electrical Polarization of the Earth in Its Orbital Motion
Yuri Pivovarenko, Research and Training Centre ‘Physical and Chemical Materials Science’ Under Kyiv Taras Shevchenko University and NAS of Ukraine, Kiev, Ukraine
Received: Aug. 9, 2017;       Accepted: Aug. 30, 2017;       Published: Sep. 25, 2017
DOI: 10.11648/j.wjap.20170204.11      View  1083      Downloads  66
Abstract
In the course of its orbital motion, the Earth continuously crosses the magnetic field lines of the Sun. For this reason, the Earth is constantly exposed to the electromagnetic force, which is directed to the Sun. This force may cause the movement of the earth's positive charges in the direction of the Sun and the movement of the earth's negative charges in the opposite direction. Under the action of this force, the earth's electrical charges can move into space. Also, this power turns the Earth into an electric dipole whose axis is oriented along the line that connects the center of the Earth and the center of the Sun. The electrical polarization of the Earth affects the processes that occur on earth's surface.
Keywords
Solar Magnetic Field, Earth's Electrical Charge, Earth's Polarization, Earth's Annual Rotation
To cite this article
Yuri Pivovarenko, The Electrical Polarization of the Earth in Its Orbital Motion, World Journal of Applied Physics. Vol. 2, No. 4, 2017, pp. 97-100. doi: 10.11648/j.wjap.20170204.11
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