Scientists find ways to predict huge solar magnetic storms. Warning would help protect communications, power networks. By: Kathy Sawyer, Washington Post staff writer. The Washington Post - Wednesday, March 10, 1999. National News section, page A2.
Coming Soon to a Sky Near You: Solar Storms. By: Sten Odenwald, Special to The Washington Post. The Washington Post - Wednesday, March 10, 1999. Edition L, The Learning section, page H1. Word Count: 2,790.
Herald Focus: Science; A storm brews in space - Satellite will warn Earth of disruptive solar flares. By: Jules Crittenden. Boston Herald - Tuesday, April 6, 1999. All editions, page 3. Word count: 814.
Scientists read Sun signs for danger. By: David L. Chandler, Globe staff. The Boston Globe (BG) - Wednesday, March 10, 1999. Third edition, National/Foreign section, page A8. Word count: 692.
Dramatic drop in solar wind puzzles experts. By: Seth Borenstein, Inquirer Washington Bureau. Philadelphia Inquirer (PI) - Tuesday, December 14, 1999. SF edition, National section, page A23. Word count: 744.
The `Superflares': What if the sun ... Astronomers have long documented the blasts of radiation. Now comes a look at the source. By: Faye Flam, Inquirer staff writer. Philadelphia Inquirer (PI) - Thursday, January 7, 1999. SF Edition, National section, page A03. Word count: 684.
Massive solar storm threatens to disable satellites, cell phones. By: John Yaukey, Gannett News Service. The Times Union (Albany, NY) - Sunday, March 7, 1999 Three Star Edition, Main Section, page A7. Word count: 861.
Eyes to the skies: from Canada to India, viewers were awed by the last solar eclipse of the century. By: Ray Moseley, Chicago Tribune. Sun Sentinel (Ft.Lauderdale, FL) - Thursday, August 12, 1999. Broward Metro edition, foreign section, page 1A. Word count: 952.
Sun puts chill on space missions. Dangers: Solar storms are speeding the demise of the Russian Mir space station and posing a radiation hazard for the International Space Station that is under construction. By: Sun Staff and Frank D. Roylance. The Baltimore Sun - Thursday April 1, 1999. Final edition, Telegraph section, page 2A. Word count: 1,223.
Solar climax vs. high-tech Earth; Eruptions: Sophisticated equipment such as communications satellites is about to be tested as solar storms reach their 11-year height. By: Sun Staff and Frank D. Roylance. The Baltimore Sun - Thursday March 18, 1999. Final edition, Telegraph section, page 1A. Word count: 1,151.
Focus: Solar Storms. By: Seth Borenstein, Knight Ridder Newspapers. Virginian-Pilot (Norfolk, VA) - Friday, November 12, 1999. Final edition, front section, page A04. Word count: 971.
Coming soon: Solar flares playing havoc with Earth. By: John Mangels and Sabrina Eaton, Plain Dealer reporters. Plain Dealer (Cleveland) (PD) - Wednesday, November 10, 1999 Final edition, National section, page 1A. Word count: 915.
Total Solar Eclipse Delivers Shades of Millennial Magic. By: John-Thor Dahlburg, Times staff writer. Los Angeles Times - Thursday August 12, 1999. Home edition, colA 1, page 1. Word count: 1056.
Scientists find early warning signs of violent solar storms. By: David Perlman, Chronicle Science Editor. San Francisco Chronicle (SF) - Wednesday, March 10, 1999. Final edition, News section, page A9. Word count: 654.
Why so hot? Don't blame man, blame the sun. By: Sallie Baliunas. The Wall Street Journal - August 5, 1999.
Solar goings-on (movements of the sun) By Stuart J. Goldman. Sky & Telescope, v97 i1 p77(2) - January 1999.
Fire in the Sky. By: David Appell. New Scientist, page 29 - February 27, 1999.
S shape may help predict solar storms (research on behavior of thesun). By: R. Cowen. Science News, v155 i11 p164(1) - March 13, 1999.
Forecasting solar storms: NASA sees trouble on the sun before it gets to Earth. By: Jeffrey Kluger. Time, v153 i11 p88(1) - March 22, 1999.
The Sun Also Writhes (laboratory experiments used to study the sun). By: PETER WEISS. Science News, v155 i13 p200(1) - March 27, 1999.
Catching cosmic ghosts (neutrino astrophysics). By: Ivan Semeniuk. Astronomy, v27 i6 p38(1) - June 1999.
A beginner's guide to solar observing. By: Jeff Medkeff. Sky & Telescope, v97 i6 p122(1) - June 1999.
Outta sight! A crafty peek at the sun's back (spacecraft observations of the far side of the sun). By: R. Cowen. Science News, v156 i1 p5 - July 3, 1999.
High-speed solar wind surfs magnetic waves. By: R. Cowen. Science News, v156 i3 p38 - July 17, 1999.
Euro eclipse (history of solar eclipses). By: Richard Talcott. Astronomy, v27 i8 p84 - August 1999.
Raging Ball. By: David Appell. Current Science, page 10 - September 24, 1999.
The great total eclipse. By: Edwin L. Aguirre. Sky & Telescope, v98 i5 p118 - November 1999.
Celestial spectacular. By: Robert T. Little. Popular Mechanics, v176 i11 p78 - November 1999.