Product Type: Video Learning Clip
Audience: Educators, Students
Grade Levels: K-8
A student visits with a NOAA expert to learn more about space weather. They discuss how NASA satellites and ground-based observation stations monitor space weather. The expert explains how the data are gathered, analyzed and used to alert people about changes in the sun. The student learns about the solar cycle.
What Are Geomagnetic Storms?
Duration: 3 minutes 51 seconds
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