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3 Replies and 2108 Views solar flares �2108 �3 Started by Anonymous Shawn L When was the term solar flare first used to describe these powerful outbursts of energy
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by Mitzi AdamsJump to last post
10/24/2008 8:58 AM
1 Replies and 2828 Views storms �2828 �1 Started by Anonymous Alex S (Fx) 5th grade Do prominences have anything to do with solar storms, and where did the turn solar storm originate
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by Emilia KilpuaJump to last post
10/24/2008 5:54 AM
1 Replies and 1924 Views solar flares �1924 �1 Started by Anonymous How hot and how high can the solar flares get Thanks from Millstone River School.
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by Terry KuceraJump to last post
10/23/2008 8:19 AM
1 Replies and 2040 Views solar storm �2040 �1 Started by Anonymous Greg B (Fx) 5th grade How big can a solar storm be, could it effect us on earth, or do damage to things, thanks
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by Emilia KilpuaJump to last post
10/23/2008 1:02 AM
2 Replies and 2912 Views Auroras �2912 �2 Started by Anonymous Hi, After discussing the lessons, how are auroras formed Is there a specific pattern to when you can see the northern lights Mr. Bilotta's Fifth Grade classDeer Crossing Elementary School
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by Kris SigsbeeJump to last post
10/21/2008 12:27 PM
1 Replies and 2165 Views storms/aurora �2165 �1 Started by Anonymous Kathy L (da) Why does the auroras usually occur over the north or south poles only
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10/20/2008 9:19 AM
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