Sun erupted a CME earth faced solar storm radio blackout in arctic circle and aurora seen

Our Sun is ‘flaring up’. All this is the result of the solar cycle that the Sun is passing through. Due to being in very active phase, coronal mass ejection (CME) and solar flares are coming out from the Sun. When their direction is towards the earth, then they can cause geomagnetic disturbances. Due to these, there may be a short circuit in the satellites and the power grid may be affected. If the intensity is high, they can also endanger the astronauts present in the Earth’s orbit. Once again the coronal mass ejection emanating from the explosion in the Sun has affected the Earth. Due to this, the solar wave that arose was recorded in the G2 category.

reports According to the G2 category, if the storm is at its peak, then it is considered very powerful. Although it does not pose any direct threat to people living on Earth, it has affected the Arctic region and caused shortwave radio blackouts.’s according toMissions using shortwave radio inside the Arctic Circle may have problems. The special thing is that the explosion that took place in the Sun was not directly aimed towards the Earth. Had this been the case, our planet would have faced more challenges. According to the reports, the area of ​​the Sun where this incident happened will now be towards the Earth for the next 7 days. In such a situation, there is a danger of solar storms on the earth.

solar storm Being too powerful can damage satellites. Power grids can fail and even mobile and internet services can be affected. According to another report, the wave that came with the CME that came out from the Sun turned towards the Earth at a speed of 3 thousand kilometers per second. Due to this, spectacular aurora also appeared on both the ends of the earth.



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