38,000 FT Volcanic Eruption – The Sun & Cosmic Ray’s Role This Winter

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Strong puff at Sheveluch volcano, ash to 11 km (38 000 feet) a.s.l., Russia

Strong puff at Sheveluch volcano, ash to 11 km (38 000 feet) a.s.l., Russia


Potential role of low solar activity this winter as solar minimum deepens and the wide-ranging impacts of increasing cosmic rays

 


Monster Typhoon Hagibis may become strongest storm on Earth


Prairies: Temperatures will plummet as freezing air, snowfall move in


 

Snowstorm, rapid freeze-up to create dangerous travel over Rockies and High Plains this week




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