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Astronomy / Sunspots #323905

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jan 29, 1989
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(Studio: Susan Spencer) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles, California: David Dow) Growing solar turbulence featured; scenes shown from sun. [Big Bear Solar Observatory Bill MARQUETTE - comments.] [NOAA scientist Gary HECKMAN - discusses increase in solar activity.] Impact of solar turbulence on earth explained; details given of effect on radio communications, droughts and computer microchips. [Atmospheric researcher Walter ROBERTS - comments on sunspots as field of study.] [National Geophysical Data Center Joe ALLEN -discusses rising vulnerability.]

Reporter(s):
Dow, David;
Spencer, Susan
Duration:
00:02:30

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