Rotating happenings in our time

One of the more wonderful aspects of the world is that we all live on a planet that revolves around just one star. Actually the Earth normally takes 365 days to complete a total rotation. Our planetary neighbours inside the solar system move much faster than we do, and in fact a few exoplanets have caught up with us in the rotational triumvirate. The rotation of the sunshine is one of the many and varied reasons why we’ve been on the receiving end of an solar weather or two. A recently available study by authorities at Cambridge University finds that a tiny percentage of those high-speed interplanetary particles produce it down our house planet’s ionosphere. What we have realized is a very spooky occurrence that may be the reason why each of our solar system comes with an apocalyptic streak.