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UNH to Analyze 'Bellwether' Solar Event Data From European Satellite


May 31, 2012

PAMELA satellite When the sun launched a moderate, or M-class, solar flare May 17, 2012, the event was not just an additional solar wake-up call; it produced something that has the solar physics community puzzled and scientists from the University of New Hampshire poised to analyze a singular dataset gathered during the event by a European satellite called PAMELA--short for Payload for Antimatter Matter Exploration and Light-nuclei Astrophysics. Full Story

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