Solar Flare Impact: The US space agency NASA on Sunday (October 2) captured the moment when the Sun released a powerful burst of energy into space. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration reported that a giant solar flare was released from the Sun’s surface on October 2, and NASA’s Solar Dynamic Observatory managed to take a picture of the event.
This is not the first time the Sun has been observed releasing powerful bursts of energy into space. Earlier in April, NASA also managed to capture an image of a solar flare using its Solar Dynamics Observatory. In the same month, CESSI, which is the Center of Excellence in Space Science (India), reported that there was a potentially dangerous solar eruption that could disrupt satellite communications and the global positioning system. Solar flares themselves do not negatively affect humans, they can only harm technology due to the release of magnetic energy.
who can harm
Solar flares are rapid bursts of radiation resulting from the release of magnetic energy on the surface of the Sun. These volcanoes and solar eruptions have the potential to affect radio communications, electrical power grids, GPS, and can also pose a threat to spacecraft and astronauts. Flares can cause complications to various elements of human infrastructure, including radio signals, electrical networks and navigation systems. Let us tell you that the Sun continues to explode the solar flare.
danger looming on earth
Scientists say that there may be many such explosions on the Sun in the coming days. This is because a large complex region of the Sun is now facing the Earth. This has increased the potential for further danger. This flair is classified as – 1 – under the most powerful bracket – X – giving it a classification of X 1.
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