20 August 2011

Solar Blasts ~ Tracking Coronal Mass Ejections!

Thanks to Discover's Bad Astronomy for spotting this amazing solar storm tracking story out of NASA Goddard, where they...
"...used data from NASA’s Solar TErrestrial RElations Observatory (aka STEREO) to track a coronal mass ejection (CME) -- a huge blast of subatomic particles chock full o’ magnetic energy -- all the way from the solar surface to Earth."
Check this out!

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