- Planet’s erratic magnetic field forces emergency update to global navigation system The Independent
- Scientists warn Earth's magnetic North Pole has begun moving 'erratically' New Zealand Herald
- Earth’s north magnetic pole is erratically shifting at a speed at 50 km per year Firstpost
- How the Shutdown Impacts Necessary Navigation Changes From the North Magnetic Pole's Massive Shift Fortune
- North magnetic pole's movement forces unprecedented navigation fix The Japan Times
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Earth’s magnetic north pole is veering towards Siberia at an incredibly fast rate, and experts are not sure why. The erratic movement has forced the scientists tasked with monitoring the planet’s magnetic field to update their system that underlies global navigation, from Google Maps to shipping. As liquid iron swirls around in the Earth’s core, the magnetic field – and
Earth's magnetic field is acting up — and nobody knows why.
The shifts are forcing an unprecedented early update to a model that helps navigation.
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Rapid shifts in the Earth's north magnetic pole are forcing researchers to make an unprecedented early update to a model that helps navigation by ships, pl