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Solar Storm alert Before ISRO Aditya mission a CME expected on 2nd sept

Solar Storm alert Before ISRO Aditya mission a CME expected on 2nd sept
Written by Manoj Kadam
Solar Storm alert Before ISRO Aditya mission a CME expected on 2nd sept

Solar Storm alert Before ISRO Aditya mission a CME expected on 2nd sept

The movements in the Sun had stopped for the past few days, but this trend is not going to continue for long. With the beginning of September, solar activities have intensified again. Sunspots are emerging one after the other in the Sun. It has been revealed that a magnetic filament has been emitted from a sunspot on the Sun. Due to this, large clouds of Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) are coming towards the Earth. It can affect our planet on September 2. Remember that India's first solar mission Aditya L1 is also being launched tomorrow.

According to the report of SpaceWeather.com, on the night of August 30, a magnetic filament burst in the Sun. Due to this, huge firestorms arose in the northern hemisphere of the Sun and the risk of Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) on our planet has increased. NASA's model has predicted that a solar storm could hit the Earth on September 2. It could be from G1, which is not very powerful. Because of these, satellites are not in danger nor can they cause any harm to the mobile network on earth.

However, such storms can cause temporary radio blackouts. Aurora can be seen in the sky in higher areas. Coronal mass ejections, or CMEs, are large clouds of solar plasma. After a solar explosion, these clouds spread in space in the Sun's magnetic field. Due to their rotation in space, they expand and often reach a distance of several lakhs of miles. These collide with the magnetic fields of the planets. When their direction is towards the Earth, they can cause geomagnetic disturbances.

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The American Space Agency has told that there is a possibility of repeated solar explosions in the Sun. This explosion and increase will continue till the year 2025. Due to this, satellites and astronauts may be affected. This is Solar Cycle 25, which started in December 2019.

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