According to experts from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, several solar storms will hit Earth between Thursday and Saturday.
The Sun has been very active lately. in between Thursday 21 and Saturday 23 July, Many flares from a star in the Solar System can strike and excite our planet’s magnetic field solar storms, As reported by the site Space weather.
On Thursday, July 21, a solar flare hit Earth’s magnetic field Geomagnetic storms Class G1 miners, according to NOAA meteorologists. This Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) It left the Sun on July 15 and traveled through space for several days.
NOAA experts believe a solar wind stream is imminent following Jupiter’s CME. Its arrival this Friday could intensify any storms created by the CME, extending the unrest until July 23, When NOAA predicts a strong G2 category geomagnetic storm. In other words, Three solar storms will hit Earth in succession.
With the arrival of CME from Thursday, A “Solar Tsunami” A sunspot named AR3060 was discovered and has been observed ever since Solar Dynamics Laboratory From NASA.
\u2600 Several solar storms will affect Earth between Thursday and Saturday, according to NOAA expertshttps://t.co/Tn9xYGwKse
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