- uploaded: Feb 5, 2013
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Clouds of "cold plasma" reach from the top of Earth's atmosphere to at least a quarter distance to the moon..
source credit: National Geographic
Clouds of charged particles stretch a quarter the way to the moon, experts say. Illustration courtesy J. Huart, ESA
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