Enormous and gigantic 'solar twisters' that are nearly 1000 miles broad have been found to take the sun's atmosphere to very high temperatures, as high as millions of degrees centigrade. These magnetic tornadoes swirling around are found to heat the immediate layer above the sun to extremely high levels, channeling extreme temperatures from the sun on to the layer above it making it scorching hot. The heat is so high that it can lend enough power to make “clean” reactors on earth. The tornadoes that are seen on the Earth are thousands of times smaller, of lesser intensity than the solar tornadoes.
"It is understood that the energy originates from below the Sun's surface, but how this massive amount of energy travels up to the solar atmosphere surrounding it is a mystery. We believe we have found evidence in the form of rotating magnetic structures - solar tornadoes - that channel the necessary energy in the form of magnetic waves to heat the magnetized solar plasma," claimed Professor Robertus Erdélyi, head of Solar Physics and Space Plasma Research Centre of University of Sheffield.
These gargantuan swirling devils have immense windy and hot strength. They are enormously authoritative whirling rapidly in the sun’s atmosphere at a speed of much more than a recorded 6000 mph and a millions of centigrade high temperature. This may be the end to the mystifying suspense why the sun’s atmosphere is sizzling as compared to the sun’s surface. They are spaced apart more than 1000 miles apart.
There may be as many as 11,000 gigantic tornadoes that are busy twirling around on the sun surface at all times. Scientists from Sheffield who are busy researching these intriguing findings from behind the lens of the telescope say these sunny “solar“ tornadoes tap the energy and vigor from the convection pool that are the energy pools that lie below the Sun's surface, and give it up to the external atmosphere in the appearance of magnetic waves.
Professor Robertus Erdélyi from the University of Sheffield, said;"If we understand how nature heats up magnetized plasmas, like in the tornadoes observed in the Sun, one day we may be able to use this process to develop the necessary technology and build devices on Earth that produce free,clean,green energy.”
He further exclaimed; "We report here the discovery of ubiquitous magnetic solar tornadoes and their signature in the hottest areas of the Sun's atmosphere where the temperature is a few millions of degree Kelvin, about thousands of kilometers from the Sun's surface. This is a major step in the field."