National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has issued a solar flare alert today. There itself, spaceweatherlive has also listed this solar flare. It has been described as the solar flare of the M-Class, which has a very high intensity. That is, such solar flares can affect the Earth to some extent. The probability of this solar flare reaching the earth has been said to be 40%. It has been said that it originated from a sun spot named AR3280.
The sun spot called AR3280 is a rapidly expanding spot on the surface of the sun. These are spots that form on the surface of the surface and a large amount of energy is emitted from them. When the Sun’s magnetic energy is released, the light and particles it emits create solar flares. These flares are the most powerful explosions ever recorded in our solar system, releasing energy comparable to billions of hydrogen bombs.
Energy-filled particles present in a solar flare travel at the speed of light. Recently there was another flare from the Sun which caused a radio blackout on Earth. This flare is classified as X1.2. This flare was seen by NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO). SDO is continuously monitoring our Sun and giving information about the movements in it. The flare emitted from the Sun was of X class. Solar flares in this category are the most powerful.
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