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Solar storm collided with Earth, radio blackout happened somewhere and the sky changed somewhere

One or the other activity is constantly being reported from Surya. Between Saturday, August 27 and Monday, August 29, many solar flares came from the Sun, whose effect was seen on Earth. Due to the solar flare, aurora was seen in the sky in many places on the earth, which is a sheet of many colors. Apart from this, complaints of radio blackout were also seen.

These events were noticed by space weather monitoring agencies and scientists from all over the world. One of these powerful solar flares from the Sun, measured as an M9-class flare, was registered on August 29 at 7:07 a.m. (EDT). of NASA according These are solar flares that do not harm the Earth directly, but sometimes cause radio blackouts. The small radiation storms that accompany these flares make astronauts more likely to be in danger.

Solar flares are attributed to the Sun’s 11-year cycle. This excited the Sun a lot, causing a series of these movements there, which will continue in the future and will see an increase till 2025.

of according On Saturday, a solar flare emanated from the sunspot AR3088 in the Sun. Because of this, a G1-class geomagnetic storm warning was issued from August 28 to August 29. Meanwhile, on August 28, another solar flare erupted from the same sunspot. It was also an M class solar flare, which caused radio blackouts in much of North America.

After this, NOAA’s Space Weather Prediction Center issued a geomagnetic storm warning for Monday, August 29. Such storms could have minor impacts on satellite operations, power grids and animal migration patterns. Due to these solar activities, people got to see spectacular aurora in the sky.

A Twitter handle named Calgary Observer also shared a stunning picture of the aurora, which you can see above. Many such pictures were shared on social media, which were taken from Scotland, Alberta and Montana.

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