Daily Archives: September 11, 2011

Fermi finds new unknown sources of very intense gamma-ray emissions

September 11, 2011 – Every three hours, NASA’s Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope scans the entire sky and deepens its portrait of the high-energy universe. Every year, the satellite’s scientists reanalyze all of the data it has collected, exploiting updated analysis … Continue reading

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4.4 magnitude earthquake rattles West Texas

September 11, 2011 – LUBBOCK, Tx. – A 4.4 M earthquake Sunday morning shook the ground across Scurry County and parts of West Texas. The USGS reports the quake was centered 11 miles northeast of Snyder and had a depth … Continue reading

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Geomagnetic activity continues and solar status

September 11, 2011 – GEOMAGNETIC ACTIVITY CONTINUES: Earth’s magnetic field is still reverberating from the impact of a CME on Sept. 9th with intermittent geomagnetic storms in progress around both poles. High-latitude sky watchers should remain alert for auroras mingling … Continue reading

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Earthquakes may make 2011 second-costliest year, Swiss Re says

September 11, 2011 – ZURICH – Record earthquake losses following the temblors in Japan and New Zealand may make 2011 the second- costliest year in history for insured catastrophe losses, according to Swiss Re Ltd. Total insured losses from natural … Continue reading

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