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Huge Solar Flare Sparks Widespread Blackouts, May Deter Korean Missile Launch This Weekend

The sun just released a massive solar flare. In fact, as SHTFplan.com's Mac Slavo details, this is the largest solar flare emitted in the past decade, and the earth has already been affected by blackouts. NASA has reported a huge solar flare was emitted by the Sun and it is the most powerful one since 2006. This solar flare has already caused some radio blackouts on Earth and it may cause aurora visible as far south as London.
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