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Computer models help scientists study all aspects of space weather. Models help us understand activity on the Sun, the flow of the solar wind in space, and planetary magnetospheres ...Read more Brought to you by CISM
The Inuit are the native cultures that continue to live on coastal areas of Arctic tundra in Canada, Alaska (USA), Siberia (Russia), and Greenland. Over this broad area there are many different groups of people ...Read more
Neptune is an ice giant planet; smaller than the gas giants Jupiter and Saturn but much larger than Earth. Neptune has more than a dozen moons and a faint ring system. It is the 8th planet from the Sun ...Read more
8/30 Ernest Rutherford, the father of nuclear physics, was born on this date in 1871 Details
9/1 7.9 Magnitude Earthquake, Tokyo and Yokohama, 1923 Details
9/1 7.3 Magnitude Earthquake in Charleston, South Carolina in 1886