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Earth Will Only Have 12 Hours To Prepare For Massive Solar Storm

Trains will be disrupted, power will go out, satellite signals will go wonky – that’s what we have to look forward to when the sun next has a melt down, and we’re unlikely to get more than 12 hours warning. 210 more words

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Earth Will Only Have 12 Hours To Prepare For Massive Solar Storm

Trains will be disrupted, power will go out, satellite signals will go wonky – that’s what we have to look forward to when the sun next has a melt down, and we’re unlikely to get more than 12 hours warning. 219 more words

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EARTH WILL ONLY HAVE 12 HOURS TO PREPARE FOR MASSIVE SOLAR STORM

Trains will be disrupted, power will go out, satellite signals will go wonky – that’s what we have to look forward to when the sun next has a melt down, and we’re unlikely to get more than 12 hours warning. 6 more words
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Earth Will Only Have 12 Hours to Prepare for Massive Solar Storm

Published on Jul 29, 2015

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Trains will be disrupted, power will go out, satellite signals will go wonky – that’s what we have to look forward to when the sun next has a melt down, and we’re unlikely to get more than 12 hours warning. 134 more words

Stunning Photo Shows Northern Lights Make Rare Appearance In Bay Area

PALO ALTO (CBS SF) — Extreme solar weather events pushed the Northern Lights so far last week that one Bay Area photographer was lucky enough to capture the celestial phenomenon. 238 more words

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Solar storm prompts Northern Lights show in southern regions

From Siberia Times, Jun 2015

Rare sight as parts of Siberia marvel in the majestic sight of the Aurora Borealis.

The strong solar activity brought it to more southern latitudes, including Omsk.  227 more words

Environmental

Red #Aurora - crazy solar storms but beautiful displays!

Last week, the sun produced 3 different solar storms, level G4 (severe), that all combined and crashed into Earth’s atmosphere. This geomagnetic storm had some negative consequences for electricity supplies, but the images captured both on land and from space are STUNNING.   35 more words

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