A rare but not unprecedented “space weather Katrina” could cost the global economy $1 trillion to $2 trillion in the first year afterward as society’s dependence on space and terrestrial networks that are vulnerable to solar weather continues to grow, a new federally commissioned science report says. The National Academy of Sciences workshop on the societal and economic impacts of “severe space weather events” finds efforts to protect power grids and spacecraft like the Global ...
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