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Space weather is difficult to predict — with only an hour to prevent disasters on Earth

By Martin Gerard Connors, Professor of Space Science and Physics, Athabasca University
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It has only been in the past century that weather prediction on Earth has advanced enough to work two weeks in advance. Predicting space weather, however, is only reliable an hour in advance.

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