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Solar Storm Rages
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Solar Storm Rages

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Solar Storm Rages

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A solar storm is bombarding Earth with electrically-charged particles and radiation. The effects — mostly pyrotechnics in the sky — will last for the next few days. NPR's David Kestenbaum reports.

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