Thursday, May 19, 2022
The sun has been pretty busy the past few weeks. On Tuesday, our star fired off two enormous explosions from its farside in what has already been a heavy month of solar activity.A magnificent coronal mass ejection (CME) was recorded by...
In June 2020, scientists observed a single lightning flash that was 17.1 seconds, becoming the longest-lasting lightning flash ever recorded. According to the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), the unusually long strike took place over Uruguay and northern Argentina. This incident was...
Officials have confirmed that the Sun has released a blast and a solar flare directly towards Earth, impact is expected to occur very soon.SpaceWeather.com has reported that the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has confirmed that the big...
The warning comes from experts at the NOAA's Space Weather Prediction Center (SWPC).According to their predictions, the region of influence will be predominantly poleward of 60 degrees Geomagnetic Latitude.They believe it could impact both satellites and the power grid...
An enormous solar flare is expected to hit Earth today, potentially affecting power grids and generating an aurora in northern latitudes.The coronal mass ejection originates from the Sun, which is caused by a huge burst of electrically conducting plasma.An alert published by the US National Oceanic...
A new paper from an assistant professor at the University of California, Irvine details the potential effects that a solar superstorm could have on our heavily internet-reliant world. The conclusion? A particularly strong solar storm could have devastating effects on undersea...
A solar flare detected on Tuesday, July 20, has cast a rogue cloud of charged particles towards our planet. Although not aimed directly at Earth, the "explosion's debris" is forecast to trigger a minor solar storm in the magnetosphere...
The "significant" solar flare was detected on the Sun on July 3 and was the first X-class event recorded since September 2017. The powerful blast of energy escaped from the Sun and struck the planet, causing some tech disruptions...
When a major solar flare and associated coronal mass ejection (CME) erupted from the Sun in 1859, charged particles from the star wreaked havoc on Earth. Officially known today as the Carrington Event, the major solar storm highlighted the...
A sunspot has released a tremendous solar flare into the solar system. Unfortunately for Earth, the winds from the flare are currently hitting Earth, with experts revealing the solar storm is travelling at an extraordinary 600 kilometers per second,...

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