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Scientists have observed a sudden explosion in the sun followed by rapid changes in the sun's brightness. Which of these events would most likely occur due to this solar condition? change in wind
velocity change in Earth's climatic pattern increase in number of solar eclipses increase in atmospheric pollution on Earth
Scientists have observed a sudden explosion in the sun followed by rapid changes in the sun's brightness. Change in Earth's climatic pattern would most likely occur due to this solar condition.
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