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The geomagnetic field fluctuates wildly during a storm, like the wind during a hurricane, and that creates electrical currents here on Earth.
A geomagnetic storm triggered by a burst of solar energy could overwhelm the nation’s power grid and shut down cell towers and communication networks.
Earth is protected from the solar wind by its magnetic field; however some particles manage to enter the atmosphere, producing geomagnetic storms and auroras such as the northern lights.
The Soviets and Americans also worked together to further space exploration in the 1960s and 1970s—exchanging weather data from and launching new meteorologic satellites and jointly mapping the earth's geomagnetic field.
Aurora are caused by geomagnetic storms which occur when the sun blasts high-energy particles toward Earth.
These intense releases of magnetic energy can, on rare occasions, cause geomagnetic disturbances on Earth.
The new findings, with their clear evidence of a geomagnetic spike, may help archeologists date pottery from other Iron Age sites, particularly where stamps are lacking.
Instead, the researchers believe that geomagnetic storms, caused by shockwaves from the solar wind, are causing the radiation clouds.
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: of or relating to the magnetic field of the earth the geomagnetic field
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