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Image: From Northern Oklahoma College Enid Campus Observatory
The dark areas on the sun's surface are new sunspots imaged through an observatory in Enid, Okla.
The Associated Press
Transportation sector grapples with solar flare forecast
WASHINGTON (Apr 26, 2007)
The peak of the next sunspot cycle will come in late 2011 or early 2012, potentially affecting airline flights, communications satellites and electrical transmissions. But forecasters can't agree on how intense it will be
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