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NASA Craft Tracks Solar Storm

NASA Craft Tracks Solar Storm

NASA spacecraft STEREO-A has tracked for the first time ever a solar storm from the Sun hitting our planet. Orbiting more than 65 million miles away, the spacecraft had a unique view as an immense wall of plasma from a coronal mass ejection engulfed Earth. Scientist believe footage captured by STEREO-A will help lead to advances in space weather forecasting. More at Mail Online.

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