Strong Solar Radio Burst

Space Weather News for Feb. 3, 2003

SOLAR RADIO BURST: Solar activity has been low for weeks. However, there was a break in the quiet this weekend when new sunspot AR1667 unleashed a strong burst of shortwave radio static. The emissions were so loud, they overwhelmed the sounds of terrestrial voice transmissions in the loudspeakers of some shortwave radios on Earth. A recording of the outburst is featured on today's edition of http://spaceweather.com

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