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Spacewatch: Nasa SunRise mission to study solar storms

One year ago   |   By The Guardian

Sun Radio Interferometer Space Experiment aims to pinpoint places where giant particle storms are launched into space Nasa has selected a new mission that will study how space weather forms on the sun and launches radiation storms into space. Called the Sun Radio Interferometer Space Experiment , the mission consists of six small CubeSats that will provide three dimensional maps of solar activity to pinpoint the places where giant particle storms are launched into space.
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