Thursday, May 31, 2012 - 16:18 in Astronomy & Space
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The massive earthquake and tsunami that hit Fukushima, Japan, last year wreaked havoc in the skies above as well, disturbing electrons in the upper atmosphere, NASA reported.
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