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The Surprising Shape of Solar Storms

14 Apr 2009, 06:00 UTC
The Surprising Shape of Solar Storms
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For the first time, NASA spacecraft have traced the 3D shape of solar storms known as coronal mass ejections (CMEs). It turns out the most ferocious storms resemble something from a French bakery.

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