A Powerful Solar Storm Likely Detonated Dozens of U.S. Sea Mines During the Vietnam War

An analysis of recently declassified U.S. military documents confirms suspicions that, during the late stages of the Vietnam War, a powerful solar storm caused dozens of sea mines to explode. It’s a stark reminder of the Sun’s potential to disrupt our technological activities in unexpected ways.

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