Definition of space weather in English:

space weather

Syllabification: space weath·er


Natural processes in space that can affect the near-earth environment, satellites, and space travel, such as magnetospheric disturbances solar coronal events.
More example sentences
  • But as with all space weather, satellites and communication systems will be at risk of disruption or damage.
  • These features are the dominant sources of disturbances in space weather that lead to geomagnetic storms.
  • The internal magnetic field of the Sun waxes and wanes on an 11-year cycle which affects the space weather.

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