WHAT IF WE COULD MAKE SPACE TOURISM AND FLIGHTS TO MARS SAFE BY PREDICTING SPACE WEATHER?
With the advent of space tourism and a greater reliance on satellites, understanding space weather is becoming increasingly important to our society. Vassilis Angelopoulos, a professor in the Department of Earth, Planetary, and Space Sciences, studies space weather and how it can be predicted. His work could lead to an early warning system that would not only protect technology here on Earth, but allow safe travel between planets.
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