A Critique of the White House Space Weather Action Plan

by R. James Woolsey & Peter Vincent Pry November 6, 2015
The White House publicly unveiled its “National Space Weather Action Plan” on October 29, amidst much fanfare and favorable press coverage. President Obama deserves credit for leading the first administration to recognize that our high-tech electronic civilization is increasingly vulnerable to solar storms. Space weather can put at risk satellites, power grids, and other critical infrastructure — communications, transportation, business and finance, food and water — all of which depend upon electricity provided by the national power grid.

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