November 18, 1999
American Institute Of Physics
Increased danger to satellites, the threat of power outages, and a greater risk of cell phone disruptions are being forecast for early next year. That's when the Sun will experience the most active part of its 11-year cycle with a heightened burst of energy. At a meeting in Seattle this week, researchers from the Naval Research Laboratory in Washington, D.C. will present a controversial new explanation for the origin of the violent solar eruptions which can trigger these disturbances.
Scientists Present New Theory on the Origin of Inclement "Space Weather" that Disrupts Satellites, Cell Phones, Electric Power
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