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Thursday, April 26, 2007
Solar peak expected in 2011-2012
By Robert Williscroft @ 4:44 AM :: 6292 Views :: 0 Comments :: Article Rating :: Environment
 

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Solar peak expected in 2011-2012

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Solar peak expected in 2011-2012

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Associated Press 

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CNN.com

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April 26, 2007

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Associated Press, "Solar peak expected in 2011-2012," CNN.com, April 26, 2007

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The next major increase in sunspot activity is expected in late 2011 or mid-2012. Forecasters are split over whether there will be 90 or 140 sunspots. Solar storms can disrupt Earth communications, and contribute indirectly to significant modification of cloud layering - more charged particles from the Sun cause less clouds to form.

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