what can disrupt communications satellites and produce auroras

What can disrupt communications satellites and produce auroras

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what can disrupt communications satellites and produce auroras? a) prominences b) sunspots c) neutrinos d) solar flares e) the corona 10. pushes a comet’s plasma tail away from the sun a) the solar wind b) the sun’s magnetic field c) the sun’s photosphere d) the sun’s corona e) the sun’s chromosphere a) 1H1 b) 3He2 c) 4He2 14. + -------- 16 + 17. +18. 19. Isotopes have the same number of but a different number of in their nuclei. a) neutrons, protons b) protons, neutrons c) neutrons, gamma rays d) protons, electrons e) neutrinos, protons 21. the can only be seen during a total solar eclipse . a) heliopause b) the solar nebula c)magnetosphere d)chromosphere e) solar wind 26. what layer of the sun is the hottest? a) corona b)photosphere c)convection zone d)chromosphere e)solar wind 27, suppose there was a slight increase in the temperature of the sun’s core, leading to an increase in fusion energy. What would then happen to the sun? a) it would blow up
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2011 for the course POLITICAL 210 taught by Professor Amitage during the Spring '08 term at San Mateo Colleges.

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What can disrupt communications satellites and produce auroras

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