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Sun-Earth Day 2010: Magnetic Storms.

Sun-Earth Day 2010: Magnetic Storms

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2010 SUN-EARTH DAY PODCAST LIST

Sun-Earth Day Alert
Sun-Earth Day Interview with Dr. Nicky Fox
Join us for an interview with Dr. Nicky Fox as she discusses a new mission that will launch in 2012 - Radiation Belt Storm Probe Mission - posted March 15, 2010
Sun-Earth Day Alert
Sun-Earth Day Alert - The Sun Awakens!
The Sun is finally awakening after a long slumber of very low sunspot numbers and solar activity! posted March 1, 2010
Sun-Earth Day Interview with Elaine Lewis
Interview with Elaine Lewis
Join us for an interview with Elaine Lewis, this year's team lead for Sun-Earth Day. posted February 19, 2010
Sun-Earth Day Alert
Sun-Earth Day Alert - SDO Launch
The Solar Dynamic Observatory (SDO) is scheduled to launch no earlier than Tuesday, February 9, from Cape Canaveral, FL, at 10:30 a.m. SDO will provide a new eye on the sun that will deliver solar images with 10 times better resolution than high definition television... - posted February 3, 2010
Sun-Earth Day Podcast with Dr. Sten Odenwald
Technology Through Time #71 with Dr. Sten Odenwald
Join us for a discussion about the newest Technology Through Time article with Dr. Sten Odenwald. posted December 26, 2009
Sun-Earth Day Podcast with Eric Christian
Answers to your Questions
Join us for the launch of the Sun-Earth Day web site with Dr. Eric Christian, who graciously provided answers for our eager Facebook community. - posted September 21, 2009

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A major solar 'superstorm' such as the one in 1859 could cost $30 billion a day to the US electrical power grid, and up to $70 billion to the satellite industry.