|New Mexico Supercomputing Challenge|
Challenge Team Abstract
For our project, we would like to create a program that would enable communications technologies such as: cellular companies, telecommunication systems, entertainment networks, and radio stations to protect their satellites against Coronal Mass Ejections (CME) using C++ programming. With this programming, we will be able to calculate the amount of hours it will take for a coronal mass, from the sun to hit Earth and its communication satellites. We will do this with the help of data from NASA and our instructor Rick Espinoza. We will be using the calculated information of a CME from NASA scientists to aid us in our programming.
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