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Press Release 11-016
First Large-Scale, Physics-Based Space Weather Model Transitions Into Operation

Provides forecasters with one-to-four-day advance warning of 'solar storms'

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Graphic showing the coronal mass ejection as a gray cloud in the lower right.

A coronal mass ejection (CME) in a model; the CME is the gray cloud toward the lower right.

Credit: Dusan Odstrcil, George Mason University


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Graphic showing space weather modeling.

This Center for Integrated Space Weather Modeling display will be used to predict space weather.

Credit: NOAA


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Image of a large coronal mass ejection observed by the SOHO spacecraft.

A large coronal mass ejection observed by the SOHO spacecraft in December, 2003.

Credit: NASA


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