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NASA Data Suggests Solar Magnetic Field About To Flip 127

Posted by timothy
from the we're-all-gonna-die dept.
Freddybear writes "According to measurements from NASA solar observatories, the sun's magnetic field is about to reverse polarity. The event is predicted to occur within the next three to four months and will have effects throughout the solar system. These magnetic reversals happen regularly about every eleven years as part of the solar cycle."
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NASA Data Suggests Solar Magnetic Field About To Flip

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