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Dr. Michio Kaku being one of them.
The USGS, a partner in the multi-agency National Space Weather Program, collects data that can help us understand how magnetic storms may impact the United States. Constant monitoring of Earth’s magnetic field allows us to better assess the impact of these phenomena on Earth’s surface. To do this, the USGS Geomagnetism Program maintains 14 observatories around the United States and its territories, which provide ground-based measurements of changes in the magnetic field. These measurements are being used by the NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center and the US Air Force Weather Agencyto track the intensity of the magnetic storm generated by this solar activity.
Originally posted by eagleeye2
Just to make things clear.
The event that took place in 1989 had basically zero impact on our daily routine.
In fact, despite whats written on our liscence plate, no one remember.
Sure thing that today, having the same kind of event, people would be shocked losing facebook for a day.
Many scientists are calling for this year's Solar Max to be quite irregularly strong. Dr. Michio Kaku being one of them. I don't feel I need to link that particular interview, as I'm sure most of you are aware.