Hayward, George
October 1999
Airman;Oct99, Vol. 43 Issue 10, p46
Focuses on solar flares shot from the sun. Impact on communication and other technologies; Causes of solar flares and sunspots; Basis of forecasts and warnings; Role of solar weathermen.


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