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Submission + - MIT team says space weather has taken out satellites (networkworld.com)

coondoggie writes: Bad space weather — everything form solar flares, geomagnetic storms and electromagnetic radiation has wreaked havoc on a number of satellites over the years and much more needs to be done to protect these systems that provide so much of our communications systems. Those were a couple conclusions discussed by a team of Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers looking into the impact of space weather on satellites in a paper they published in the journal, Space Weather.
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MIT team says space weather has taken out satellites

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