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Here's Where the US Is Most Vulnerable to a Catastrophic Solar Storm

Every 100 years or so, our planet is bombarded by an intense solar storm. These extreme space-weather events are virtually impossible to predict, but new research shows which regions of the United States are at highest risk. Read more...
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