Solar Flare Erupt Again Medium CME Increase Storm Tension All Details
It is estimated that a solar storm is likely to hit the Earth on December 9. However the exact outcome remains uncertain. Space Weather Live reported the M2.35 solar flare explosion this morning and said it caused a short-wave radio blackout. However, most of the area affected by the blackout was over the Pacific Ocean, so telecommunications were not affected much.
NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory recorded a sigmoid explosion, characterized by its S-shaped magnetic filament, which releases debris extending up to 100,000 kilometers when it explodes. The data suggests that this particular event may have induced a weak CME toward Earth, adding a layer of complexity to the situation. The possibility of a weak but direct impact on the Earth's magnetic field on December 9 remains, emphasizing the need for continued vigilance and monitoring of space weather developments.
Let us tell you that a solar flare eruption is like a brightly-charged gas bulb that occurs on the surface of the Sun. This solar activity emits charged particles, electrons and protons at different energy levels. Solar activity affects currents, electronic devices and radio communications. If a solar flare holds more energy, it can turn into a solar storm, which can cause solar radiation to radiate into the atmosphere surrounding the planet's landmass.