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The first crew to live on the International Space Station (ISS) arrives in space during November. The mission, called Expedition 1, was the first long-term stay totaling 136 days. Three astronauts including Bill Shepherd, Yuri Gidzenko, and Sergei Krikalev made up the crew of Expedition 1, and they stayed on the ISS for several months before being replaced by the crew of Expedition 2. Since the arrival of the first crew the International Space Station has been continuously occupied by astronauts from around the world.

Worldwide - Solar Flare Event 1. A huge solar flare, known as the Bastille Day Event, occurs on July 14th. 2. It was an X5 level eruption and originated in the large sunspot group 9077 as recorded by the NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration). 3. It was the largest solar flare recorded since 1989 and it triggered an S3 radiation storm and geomagnetic superstorm. 4. The radiation began reaching Earth within 15 minutes, causing disruptions to satellites and exposing air travelers to radiation that was equal to that of a chest x-ray. 5. It also caused a coronal mass ejection which can create stronger and farther-reaching Northern Lights and Southern Lights.

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