The rapid eruption of the sun cast a great flame.
The heat of the solar system, dubbed the AR2975, sent a powerful X-class beacon that first made a short-lived blackout to short-range radio signals in the United States, according to SpaceWeather.com. (The AR2975 has previously outperformed more than 17 small flashes in recent days, but this output is even more powerful.)
“Aviation, ocean, and ham radio broadcasters have probably seen normal broadcast effects at frequencies below 30 MHz. [megahertz]“the website reported on Wednesday (March 30) hours after the lightning.
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The rays of the sun are first arranged in the region-the A-class is the weakest, then the B-, C-, and M-classes, with the X-class the strongest-and then in the largest, with small numbers indicating the smallest flames in the class. Wednesday’s flame is an X1.3-class flame, according to SpaceWeather.
The contractions of the light, however, are sometimes associated with coronal mass ejections (CMEs), which shoot up fragments of the cells that have been trapped externally. If the colored box emerges from the flames and is pointed at Earth, it can evoke an aurora, revealing the amazing lights created by fixed objects that touch the Earth’s atmosphere. . SpaceWeather added that there is evidence that a CME is emerging from the sun, but more information is needed to confirm that.
“A CME is about to come out of the explosion,” SpaceWeather continued, noting that the U.S. Air Force has seen a Type II solar radio that can be connected to the vibrating waves of a CME.
“In addition, NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory has captured a solar flare generated by a CME leaving the solar space,” SpaceWeather said.
SDO captured images of the event at 1:35 pm EST (1835 GMT), but NASA did not provide a detailed forecast before pointing out common problems that lie ahead with the flames. make up.
“Fire and solar flares can affect radio communications, electrical power, navigation signals, and threaten aircraft and astronauts,” NASA officials wrote in a statement.
The sun began its current orbit of solar activity in 2019, and is expected to reach a peak around 2025. Scientists are not sure how strong this solar cycle is. , Although the forecast is for fewer days than usual.
NASA and other central agencies are constantly monitoring the work of the sun to improve the predictions of the day. In most cases, CMEs only produce auroras as particles charged by the Earth’s magnetic lines. The more severe the storms, however, could be problems with satellites or power lines.