Giant Solar Storm Struck Earth Moon Mars Together For First Time In History More details
On October 28, 2021, space scientists first detected a solar storm that affected the Earth and the Moon simultaneously. According to the report of Independent, this solar storm arising from the Sun was spread over such a large area that the effect reached Mars and Earth simultaneously. A new study has been published in Geographical Research Letters. It tells how for the first time a solar storm hit Earth, Moon and Mars simultaneously. This was an important event in itself, because this event was going to have an impact on future missions to the Moon and Mars.
The particles that erupt from the Sun during solar storms have so much energy that they easily cross the Earth's magnetic shield. This magnetic layer keeps protecting us from low energy solar storms. The Moon and Mars have no magnetic fields of their own. Therefore solar particles reach their surface very easily. After reaching the surface, they interact with soil particles and produce secondary radiation.
The European Space Agency says that a thin layer of atmosphere is definitely found on Mars. It blocks low-energy particles from reaching the surface, while slowing down high-energy solar particles. Since the Moon and Mars are an important part of human space exploration, it is important to understand the effects of solar storms. According to the report, radiation of more than 700 mg can make astronauts sick. It can damage the bone marrow due to which any infection or internal bleeding can start. In such a situation, if future solar storms affect Mars and the Moon in a similar manner, then it is certain to have an impact on space missions as well.
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