Our Planet’s Killer Electrons Shoot Toward Space, Not Earth (SPACE.com)

SPACE.com - As the sun heads toward its 2013 maximum, the corresponding increase in space weather may temporarily strip the radiation belts around Earth of their charged electrons. But a new study of data recorded by 11 independent spacecraft reveals that the deadly particles are blown into space rather than cast into our planet’s atmosphere, as some scientists have suggested.

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