Earth radiation belt discovered, then disappears

02/28/2013 | Space.com

A new, temporary radiation belt appeared around the Earth last year, but was destroyed by an interplanetary shock wave, NASA scientists discovered. "More than five decades after the original discovery of these radiation belts, you can still find new unexpected things there," said the study's lead author Daniel Baker.

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