Some airlines adjust schedules due to solar storm

A solar storm, the largest in five years, is heading for Earth and could disrupt air travel. Charged particles from the sun will hit the Earth's atmosphere today and Friday, which could make GPS signals less accurate and knock out power grids. Some airlines have rescheduled flights with flight paths at the north and south poles due to increased radiation.

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