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Professor Tamas Gombosi Quoted in USA Today

Posted: January 29, 2012

"The solar cycle is increasing, and so we are going to get more storms," says University of Michigan space weather expert Tamas Gombosi. "Once an eruption happens on the sun, even the biggest ones, we'll have at least a day's warning."

Full story at USA Today: http://www.usatoday.com/tech/science/columnist/vergano/story/2012-01-28/solar-flare-northern-lights/52824828/1

Solar Storms: Expect one per month as solar maximum approaches

We can expect an average of one solar storm per month over the next few years, says University of Michigan professor Tamas Gombosi. Gombosi is director of U-M's Center for Space Environment Modeling, which developed the prediction model that NASA uses.

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