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AMPERE - Monitoring Space Weather

AMPERE - Monitoring Space Weather
The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory with help from Boeing and Irridium has successfully implemented a new space-based system to monitor Earth's space environment.


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Posted by nova on August 19, 2010
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