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    Default slow solar winds origin



    neat graphic movie at the bottom!

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    Default Re: slow solar winds origin

    Thanks n_FA. I did not know there was even a slow solar wind.
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    Default Re: slow solar winds origin

    Great news. The next time I'm pulled over, I'll ask the cop if he's aware that going under 500kms/sec is "slow" by solar wind standards.....

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    Default Re: slow solar winds origin

    Quote Originally Posted by Trombatissimo View Post
    Great news. The next time I'm pulled over, I'll ask the cop if he's aware that going under 500kms/sec is "slow" by solar wind standards.....
    Or you could simply say that your car was caught in a draft.
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    Default Re: slow solar winds origin

    Quote Originally Posted by michael131313 View Post
    Thanks n_FA. I did not know there was even a slow solar wind.
    There has been a lot less of it since the "No Solar Wind left behind" program was instituted
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