Intense space weather storms October 19-November 07, 2003
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Intense space weather storms October 19-November 07, 2003

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    "The October-November 2003 solar storms rank as one of the largest outbreaks of solar activity in recent history. The global effects were wide-ranging, impacting power grids, airline flights, spacecraft operations, and much more. Media interest and public awareness of this activity was at the highest levels ever. Due to the magnitude of this space weather event, a service assessment team was formed to examine the space environment warning and forecast services provided by the NOAA Space Environment Center. Service assessments provide a valuable contribution to our ongoing efforts to improve the quality and timelessness of our products and services for the protection of life and property. Findings and recommendations from the assessment team are offered to improve techniques, products, services, and the information provided to the American public and citizens around the world"--Preface.
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    "March 2004."

    Available online in PDF via the National Weather Service's website and via the NOAA Central Library.

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