Well, you could but I'm afraid I'd need the power supply from say a large MRI scanner, along with a couple of electric power company power factor compensating capacitors. You know the big boxes mounted on I beams strung between two utility poles. Anyone with a pace maker, or implanted insulin injection pump better not be in the way.
In the satellite electronics design business EMP is a big deal. One big one in space orbit could wipe out a lot of things. We design with "rad hard" (radiation hardened) parts. The're outrageously expensive, limited choice, hard to get and perform their function poorly.