[Fwd: Another flare headed our way.]

From: Rodent of Unusual Size (Ken.Coar@Golux.Com)
Date: Wed Apr 11 2001 - 12:07:53 PDT

Whee! Foo, what effect will this have on the GPS satellites?
(I just bought a Magellan MAP 330 and it rocks..)

#ken    P-)}

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Message-Id: <p0510010ab6f9a6831967@[]> Date: Tue, 10 Apr 2001 23:13:53 -0700 From: Jon Callas <jon@callas.org> Subject: Another flare headed our way.

Date: Tue, 10 Apr 2001 21:06:35 -0600 From: "Franklin R. Jones" <grat@Wyldwood.COM> Subject: night lights

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Date: Tue, 10 Apr 2001 13:16:27 -0500 Subject: Here Comes the Sun (again!) From: "SpaceWeather.com" <spaceweather@lists.spaceweather.com>

Space Weather News for April 10, 2001 http://www.spaceweather.com

A powerful X-class solar flare erupted Tuesday morning, triggering radio blackouts and a minor radiation storm. The explosion also hurled a coronal mass ejection (CME) toward Earth. Today's CME joins another already en route to our planet. Forecasters estimate a 25% chance of severe geomagnetic activity at middle latitudes when the CMEs arrive late Wednesday or Thursday. Sky watchers should be alert for auroras after sunset on Wednesday.

Tune in to SpaceWeather.com for details and updates.


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