By NICHOLAS KOLTZ, AP Science writerAssociated PressFor most of its history, Earth has been one of the most inhospitable places in the solar system.
But a new report says the planet’s atmosphere is becoming more hospitable.
The solar system is in a unique position where it is in constant contact with Earth’s surface, but there’s not enough surface to cover the whole atmosphere.
The sun’s magnetic field keeps it from penetrating deep into Earth’s atmosphere.
The atmosphere has been changing, so that some areas are becoming more habitable.
And as the sun goes down, the sun is shining more.
The new study finds that for the first time in history, the number of sunspots in the surface of the planet is increasing.
The sunspot data from the Solar Dynamics Observatory showed a decrease in sunspottings between 2005 and 2013.
But since then, it has gone up more than threefold.
The increase in sunspot numbers was mainly due to a change in the sun’s orbital path.
The more distant suns are, the faster the sunspotted areas get, and the faster it gets dark.
Scientists are still not sure what the cause is.
The solar wind is the wind of charged particles from the suns surface that hit the Earth.
The particles can affect the weather on Earth, and it could have a direct effect on the sunspot number.
Sunspots are also a good indicator of climate change.
Because the sun sets in the southern hemisphere, the Sun will become less visible to the naked eye.