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The Gilmer Mirror
Texas Lawmaker Warns of Outer Space Death Pulse - Texas Lawmaker Warns of Outer Space Death Pulse by Jim Malewitz The Texas Tribune April 29 2016 Don’t say Bob Hall didn’t warn you. An existential threat hangs over America the Republican Texas sta...“Get behind Sen. Hall. At least protect Texas.” Certain space weather could na
Texas Lawmaker Warns of Outer Space Death Pulse - Texas Lawmaker Warns of Outer Space Death Pulse by Jim Malewitz The Texas Tribune April 29 2016 Don’t say Bob Hall didn’t warn you. An existential threat hangs over America the Republican Texas sta...
The Gilmer Mirror / Posted 4 days ago
“Get behind Sen. Hall. At least protect Texas.” Certain space weather could naturally inflict similar damage. If a coronal mass ejection, a billion-ton cloud from a solar storm, hit the earth's magnetic field, shaking from the impact might... Read more
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Daily Mail
Incredible video captures plasma bursting from the sun in 4Kexploration. In June last year, the SDO captured images of a huge eruption on
Incredible video captures plasma bursting from the sun in 4K
Daily Mail / Posted 6 days ago
exploration. In June last year, the SDO captured images of a huge eruption on the sun's surface. The solar flares, or coronal mass ejection events (CMEs), were observed on 18 and 19 June, and showed huge arcs of plasma reaching out from the... Read more
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Herald-Journal.com
Mark Ollig Column - 1859 Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society publication. Thursday,
Mark Ollig Column -
Herald-Journal.com / Posted 11 days ago
1859 Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society publication. Thursday, Sept. 1, 1859, the bright and powerful coronal mass ejection (CME) emitted from the sun, blanketed the upper Earth’s atmosphere. This solar event caused confusion... Read more
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Mashable
A sunspot the size of 5 Earths unleashed a spectacular solar flare this weekactivity from Earth. The center observed a “moderate radio blackout” when the f
A sunspot the size of 5 Earths unleashed a spectacular solar flare this week
Mashable / Posted 15 days ago
activity from Earth. The center observed a “moderate radio blackout” when the flare occurred on Sunday. SWPC also saw a coronal mass ejection — a burst of hot plasma ejected from the sun during some flares — associated with the flare, but it... Read more
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New Kerala
Solar flares destroyed Martian atmosphere, how prepared are we? - newkerala.com #47137significant change in the Martian climate," noted Joe Grebowsky, MAVEN project
Solar flares destroyed Martian atmosphere, how prepared are we? - newkerala.com #47137
New Kerala / Posted 25 days ago
significant change in the Martian climate," noted Joe Grebowsky, MAVEN project scientist. The so-called "interplanetary coronal mass ejection" caused dramatic spikes in the number of oxygen and carbon dioxide ions spewing into space, the Daily... Read more
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Daily Star
Huge solar storm could destroy technology and devastate life on Earth[the outages] could cascade in ways we can't even conceive.” Last year, the Br
Huge solar storm could destroy technology and devastate life on Earth
Daily Star / Posted 25 days ago
[the outages] could cascade in ways we can't even conceive.” Last year, the British Government published a report into the risks to the UK of severe space weather. It said an event such as a coronal mass ejection could wreak havoc across... Read more
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PhysOrg
Solar storm researchers prepare for the 'big one' with new urgencyensure security under space weather events of all types—from huge geomagnetic s
Solar storm researchers prepare for the 'big one' with new urgency
PhysOrg / Posted 28 days ago
ensure security under space weather events of all types—from huge geomagnetic storm-produced telluric currents initiated by coronal mass ejections to solar radio-produced outages of GPS receivers to radiation effects by magnetosphere, solar and... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Staring at the sun: our local star – in picturesToday the sun is seen as both friend and foe. Coronal mass ejections, such as t
Staring at the sun: our local star – in pictures
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 30 days ago
Today the sun is seen as both friend and foe. Coronal mass ejections, such as the one shown in the top half of this image, can disrupt electrical grids, communication networks and transportation. We monitor the sun’s violent side using occulting... Read more

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