A geomagnetic storm could be sparked after a CME was hurled out into space yesterday by an extremely volatile Sun. (Pixabay) News 

Learn about the potential G1-class geomagnetic storm that could be triggered by a CME on March 2

During the final week of February, the Sun became highly active and emitted three powerful X-class solar flares within a 24-hour period. One of these flares, the most intense since 2017, marked the peak of the current solar cycle 25. With solar activity expected to increase as we approach the cycle’s peak, experts are warning of potential CMEs, filament eruptions, solar storms, solar flares, and geomagnetic storms. Forecasters have issued a warning about a possible geomagnetic storm on March 2 due to a CME, urging the public to stay informed.…

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The Sun hurled out 3 X-class solar flares, creating a solar storm danger, says NASA. (NASA/SDO) News 

Learn about the recent solar storm danger as Sun releases its strongest solar flare since 2017, along with two other X-class flares.

Scientists predict that the current solar cycle will reach its peak this year, leading to a rise in both the quantity and strength of solar events like solar flares, solar storms, and CMEs. Recently, the Sun emitted three powerful solar flares towards Earth, with one being the most intense flare of solar cycle 25. This development raises concerns about the potential risk of a solar storm. Stay informed for more information. Danger of solar storm According to NASA, the Sun spat out two solar flares yesterday, February 22, just 7…

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X-class solar flares could be emitted by a sunspot, says NASA. (Pixabay) Space 

NASA reveals that Earth is at risk of an X-class solar flare from sunspot AR3576

The occurrence of X-class solar flares has been on the rise in recent months, which can be attributed to the upcoming peak of solar cycle 25 projected to occur in 2024-25. On December 31, the NASA Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) recorded the most powerful solar flare in seven years. This flare originated from the same sunspot that emitted another X2.8 solar flare on December 14. Currently, NASA has detected another potential threat of an X-class solar flare, and further details about this alert for Earth are available. Solar storm warning…

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A solar storm just pummelled Earth. On February 9, the sun emitted a powerful X-class solar flare, causing radio blackouts. (Pixabay) News 

Massive X-class solar flare from the Sun causes radio blackouts after solar storm on February 9

Earth continues to face solar storms without any relief. On February 9, the Sun unleashed a powerful X-class solar flare, peaking at 8:10 a.m. (1310 GMT). This resulted in shortwave radio blackouts in parts of South America, Africa, and the Southern Atlantic. The solar flare originated from sunspot AR3576, which had previously shown an M-class flare and plasma eruption on February 5. This recent event is a significant occurrence in solar activity. Fortunately, by February 8, the sunspot had moved away due to the rotation of the sun and Earth,…

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An M-class solar flare caused radio blackouts when it hit Earth. (NASA SDO) News 

Australia and Southeast Asia experience radio blackout due to powerful M-class solar flare

In recent times, Sunspot AR3575 has been emitting significant quantities of solar material, resulting in numerous coronal mass ejections and solar flares originating from this particular source. On February 6, this sunspot discharged a hazardous M-class solar flare, leading to power outages in various regions across the globe. Solar activity has been escalating perilously over the past few months and is anticipated to further intensify as we approach solar maximum. Gain comprehensive knowledge about the impactful M-class solar flare that affected Earth in recent days. M class solar flare In…

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A solar storm could be on the cards today, NASA has revealed. Know more. (Pixabay) Space 

NASA reveals that a growing sunspot could potentially trigger a solar storm today, posing a risk from solar flares.

Solar activity has been increasing dangerously in recent months, resulting in various solar events affecting Earth. Within the past month, two alarming X-class solar flares struck the planet, with one causing a radio blackout in the polar regions lasting nearly three days. The Sun has been displaying its full power for the past couple of months, and as we approach the anticipated solar maximum in 2024-25, its intensity is expected to escalate further. NASA has recently disclosed the emergence of a growing sunspot that has the potential to emit a…

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A solar storm could be sparked due to 3 sunspots hurling out solar flares towards Earth, NASA SDO revealed. (nasa.gov) Space 

NASA warns of potential M-class solar flares as three sunspots emerge

The space weather in 2023 was dominated by sunspots, solar storms, solar flares, and geomagnetic storms. The trend continues into 2024, as we witnessed the strongest solar flare since 2017 on the last day of the previous year. This flare caused radio blackouts in the polar regions for almost four days. Shortly after, four sunspots with unstable beta-gamma’ magnetic fields released M-class solar flares. These events serve as a reminder of the Sun’s power, which is expected to intensify as we approach the solar maximum in 2024-25. NASA has recently…

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A solar storm is approaching Earth and will impact in the next few days. (Pixabay) Space 

Impending solar storm to reach Earth by January 1, promising visible auroras in high latitudes.

As 2024 draws near, the occurrence of solar storms, solar flares, geomagnetic storms, and other solar events is expected to rise. Scientists have predicted that solar cycle 25 will reach its peak, known as solar maximum, in mid-2024. During this phase, the Sun will have the greatest number of sunspots, which are active regions that produce solar flares. These sunspots are responsible for sending potentially dangerous solar storms towards Earth. A recent report has indicated that Earth may be hit by a solar storm, with a possibility of generating auroras.…

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NASA SDO captured the X-class solar flare that hit Earth with its suite of advanced instruments. (NASA) Space 

NASA reports that a massive X-class solar flare strikes Earth, causing a radio blackout throughout the United States.

As we near the solar maximum, anticipated to happen in 2025, the Sun has been displaying its immense power for the past few months. The solar maximum refers to the peak period of solar activity within the Sun’s 11-year cycle. During this time, the Sun’s magnetic field undergoes changes that lead to increased solar activity, including sunspots, CMEs, eruptions, and more. Recently, NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) observed the most powerful solar flare of solar cycle 25, highlighting the effects of this escalating solar activity. Learn…

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Two sunspots pose M-class solar flare threat. Know details, as per NASA. (NASA) Space 

Details of two sunspots that NASA warns could release M-class solar flares towards Earth

Solar activity has been consistently bombarding Earth in recent months. In July, it was discovered that 2023 had already surpassed a 21-year record for the highest number of sunspots, exceeding scientists’ initial predictions. The increasing number of sunspots directly correlates with the intensity of the solar peak, indicating a higher likelihood of solar storms. These storms are triggered by the release of coronal mass ejections (CME) particles during solar eruptions, also known as solar flares, which originate from the unstable magnetic fields within sunspots. In a noteworthy development, the NASA…

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The solar flare eruption took place on the southeastern limb of the Sun, as per NASA. A CME might have been released that can trigger a solar storm on Earth in the coming days. (NASA SDO) Space 

NASA reveals massive M5-class solar flare on Sun causing blackouts on Earth, warns of impending solar storm

Today, December 9, the Earth once again takes center stage in the ongoing solar activity on the Sun, following yesterday’s focus on Mars. Recent data from NASA reveals that just four hours ago, a significant solar flare eruption occurred on Sunspot AR3511. This eruption, measuring M5.49, marks the most intense flare witnessed in the past three months. As a result, a short-wave radio blackout was experienced on Earth. Additionally, there is a possibility that the flare also released a coronal mass ejection (CME) cloud aimed at our planet. If this…

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A solar storm will strike Mars on December 11, triggered by a halo CME, shows NASA model. Shockingly, it is expected to erode a small portion of the red planet’s atmosphere. (Pixabay) Space 

NASA model reveals CME’s potential to trigger solar storm on Mars and degrade its atmosphere; Get more information

Not only is the Sun’s continuous solar activity impacting Earth, but it is also affecting neighboring planets. In October, Venus experienced the effects of a powerful coronal mass ejection (CME) cloud, causing electromagnetic fluctuations that led to the erosion of its atmosphere, which escaped into space. Now, according to NASA’s model, a complete halo CME is projected to strike Mars on December 11, resulting in a solar storm. This event is anticipated to have a similar impact on the red planet, causing a minor loss of its atmosphere. Intriguingly, the…

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Sunspot AR3513 could hurl out a dangerous solar flare. Check details as per NASA. (Pixabay) Space 

NASA Observatory Monitoring Potential Hazardous Solar Flare from Sunspot

Recently, it has been discovered that Earth may be at risk of a solar storm due to the observation of a sigmoid eruption on the Sun’s surface. This eruption has released a Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) towards Earth, which has the potential to mildly impact the Earth’s magnetic field. However, there is another danger emerging. The NASA Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) has detected a hazardous sunspot that could release an M-class solar flare towards Earth. This is the most recent solar event as we approach the peak of solar cycle…

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Know all about the Earth-directed solar activity in the last 24 hours which includes a solar flare eruption and a CME release, NASA shares the data. Will another solar storm hit? Check details. (NASA) Space 

NASA Reports Increase in Solar Storm Troubles Due to Solar Flare Eruptions and Coronal Mass Ejections

The Sun has been displaying continuous solar activity for the past three days, with no signs of slowing down. Following a minor solar storm on Monday and three separate solar flare eruptions on Tuesday, the last 24 hours have also been filled with similar activity. Yesterday, December 6, a stronger solar flare erupted, surpassing any seen earlier in the week. Additionally, data from NASA suggests that a separate ‘sigmoid eruption’ may have propelled a coronal mass ejection (CME) towards Earth. This CME has the potential to trigger a solar storm…

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Know all about the intense solar storm activity that triggered on the Earth after another CME strike. NASA reveals more might be coming. (Pixabay) Space 

Solar Storms Sizzle Earth: NASA Predicts More to Come!

Yesterday, December 1, it was announced that the solar activity on Earth has increased. A second coronal mass ejection (CME) was reported to be approaching the Earth, potentially intensifying the ongoing solar storm. As predicted, the second CME hit a few hours ago, causing a highly potent G3-class solar storm. This storm led to the appearance of exceptionally vibrant aurora displays worldwide. Although the storm is gradually calming down, a NASA model indicates that additional CMEs are on their way to Earth and could reach our magnetosphere before the day…

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NOAA has revealed that a CME struck the Earth a few hours ago and triggered a solar storm. Know all about it. (Pixabay) Space 

Solar Storm Alert: CME Hits Earth, NOAA Warns of Further Disruption!

The Sun’s solar activity is increasing as it approaches the peak of its solar cycle, as previously predicted. However, we are now witnessing the beginning of this activity. Last month, there were numerous solar storms and radio blackouts caused by solar flares. Presently, the situation is deteriorating. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has reported that a coronal mass ejection (CME) recently impacted the Earth, resulting in a minor solar storm. Although not highly dangerous, the situation is expected to worsen. The NOAA has also disclosed that another CME…

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Know all about the solar storm that is possible on November 30, as per NASA. The CME is expected to spark an aurora light show at high altitudes. (Pixabay) News 

Auroras on the Horizon! Solar Storm Sparks Spectacular Light Show on November 30th!

A solar storm caused by a coronal mass ejection (CME) hit the Earth on Sunday, resulting in a 15-hour-long event of G2-class intensity. Despite the presence of moonlight, the impact was so powerful that auroras were visible throughout most of Europe. As the Earth is still recuperating from this event, NASA models have identified another CME heading towards the southern hemisphere. This new storm is predicted to reach the Earth by November 30 and, although it is expected to be minor, early reports suggest that it will still generate auroras…

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The cluster of sunspots spotted can send a solar storm towards Earth today. (Representative Image) (nasa.gov) Space 

Earth Alert: Solar Storm Imminent!

Researchers are expressing concerns over a significant increase in solar activity cases, which has long been a focal point of study for space scientists due to its potential impact on Earth. Consequently, space agencies such as ESA and NASA diligently monitor the Sun and its solar activity using their advanced instruments. NASA has recently spotted a huge array of sunspots heading towards Earth. According to reports, this sunspot region has started releasing solar storms that could enter the Earth’s atmosphere anytime soon. Check here to see what reports have been…

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The solar storm caused by the incoming CME can spark auroras, impact small satellites, and trigger blackouts. (NASA) Space 

Aurora Alert! Sun Unleashes Solar Storm on Nov 25 – NASA

Solar activity has experienced a significant surge since the previous week, with space agencies and researchers observing frequent solar flare eruptions, an increase in sunspots, and the occurrence of coronal mass ejections (CMEs). Although not all of this solar activity is directed towards Earth, some of it has impacted our planet. Over the past 24 hours, two instances of short-wave radio disruptions have been caused by M-class solar flare eruptions. Additionally, NASA has disclosed that a CME is currently on its way towards Earth, with predictions indicating a potential impact…

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Solar storm possibility increases after NASA detects an M-class solar flare erupting on the Sun. (NASA) Space 

Sun Erupts with M-Class Solar Flare: Blackouts on Earth, Solar Storm Looming!

Yesterday, a massive sunspot measuring 200,000 kilometers and containing up to 12 dark cores was observed on the Sun. According to the NASA Solar Dynamic Observatory (SDO), there was a significant risk of it erupting, which indeed occurred just an hour ago. The eruption resulted in an M-class solar flare, emitting intense ultraviolet radiation that caused a temporary disruption in short-wave radio communication on Earth. Although NASA has not yet confirmed the occurrence of any coronal mass ejection (CME) directed towards Earth, this information is expected to be disclosed within…

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