Predicting the weather in space

So, if a butterfly flaps its wings on the sun, which Canadian province will lose power?

Nikolai Pogorelov, professor of space science at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. Photo by Michael Mercier/UAH. It’s hard enough to predict weather on Earth — imagine trying to predict the weather between here and the sun. Space weather is a real thing that affects Earthlings by interfering with global positioning…

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