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At Delta Air Linesí (DAL) operations center in Atlanta, meteorologists do more than monitor the usual wind, rain, and snow. They also keep a close eye out for a less common but potentially more dangerous phenomenon known as space weather. The sunís eruptions can send billions of tons of superheated, electrically charged gas hurtling through the solar system. When these clouds hit the earthís magnetic field, they can result in geomagnetic storms that disrupt electric power and communications systems.
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