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This exhibit from the Space Weather Center explains what plasmas are and what forms they take on Earth and in space. It contains many helpful images and two games on magnetism and the states of matter.
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- Plasma Physics
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Access Rights: Free access
Restriction: © 2004 Space Weather Center
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Keywords: aurora borealis, plasma, space plasma, the sun
Record Creator: Metadata instance created May 16, 2010 by Raina Khatri
Record Updated: May 16, 2010 by Ed Lee
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June 9, 2008
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Amazing Plasmas (Space Science Institute, Boulder, 2004), <>.
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Amazing Plasmas. (2008, June 9). Retrieved May 23, 2024, from Space Science Institute:
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Space Science Institute. Amazing Plasmas. Boulder: Space Science Institute, June 9, 2008. (accessed 23 May 2024).
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Amazing Plasmas. Boulder: Space Science Institute, 2004. 9 June 2008. 23 May 2024 <>.
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