Storms solariums Cause Almost No Impact

Storms solariums Cause Almost No Impact

Lahore : Pakistan | Mar 09, 2012 at 6:12 AM PST
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Massive solar storm, that at first was expected for create trouble a lot to any cell phone hand for a passenger flight, reached the Land with almost not any impact, but the experts say that the state still can be changed. The storm seems to have left the satellite and the electric net is secure when a storm hit the magnetic field of the Land the Giovedi, were not restored against the interferences GPS and running electrician. A scientist I govern some States United meteo agency said the storm had come on with a direction that cause the problems to the minimum. But, it said that it could change the direction of the storm, while continuous to happen. The storm is begun with a coming couple of waves from two explosions on the surface of the light of the sun the Tuesday, and continues with two burst of cooking of the crown is a large quantity of energy and particles loaded electrically from the sun. The particles is expected to reach the Land to a speed of beyond 6 million kilometers to the hour. Forecasters in priority had warned the storm could trouble the radio communications, satellite net, systemizes, or the position global GPS and power of transmission of lines. Some aerial companies also change their routes to avoid the problem. Nevertheless, the storm has concluded definitive with the most low intensity on a staircase of five stories.

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Sase Punu is based in Islamabad, Federal Capital Area, Pakistan, and is a Stringer on Allvoices.
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