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How A Solar Flare Could Have Wrecked Earth's Electronics

How A Solar Flare Could Have Wrecked Earth's Electronics

Newsy (July 25, 2014) Researchers say if Earth had been a week earlier in its orbit around the sun, it would have taken a direct hit from a 2012 coronal mass ejection. Video provided by Newsy
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NASA Releases Images of "graceful" Solar Flare

NASA Releases Images of "graceful" Solar Flare

AP (Apr. 6, 2014) NASA released a spectacular video on Sunday from its Solar Dynamics Observatory of a flare erupting from the sun. (April 6) Video provided by AP
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NASA Captures Solar Flare

NASA Captures Solar Flare

AP (Apr. 6, 2014) NASA released a spectacular video on Sunday from its Solar Dynamics Observatory of a flare erupting from the sun. (April 2) Video provided by AP
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Earth Narrowly Avoided Huge Solar Storm In 2012

Earth Narrowly Avoided Huge Solar Storm In 2012

Newsy (Mar. 19, 2014) The coronal mass ejection could have knocked out power, positioning and communications systems the world over. Video provided by Newsy
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