The filaments of plasma escaped from a valley of fire that opened up on the surface of the sun on Sunday (April 3) releasing strong streams of magnetized energy. wind will probably bring auroras to Earth later this week.
According to Lewa LewaThe “canyon of fire” is 12,400 miles (20,000 kilometers) deep and 10 times longer.
The UK weather Forecaster Met Office confirmed two “angry filaments” had formed on the south-central side of the. day. Satellites in the extreme ultraviolet part of the electromagnetic spectrum and Earth telescopes are ready to detect long -range infrared heat waves that can detect lava flows.
The first filament exploded from the sun on Sunday (April 3) around 11 am EDT (1500 GMT); The second after Monday (April 4) at about 5 pm EDT (2100 GMT).
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The two volcanoes met release of coronal mass ejections (CMEs), expulsion of the deposited plasma from the the sky above the sun or the corona, according to the Met office in a word. When the CME strikes Earthit can cause damage to the earth’s magnetic field, triggering a geomagnetic damage.
Strong geomagnetic currents can disrupt satellite links and damage the electricity in orbit. In some cases, these disasters can affect power systems around the world. On the other hand, geomagnetic storms often treat astronauts on Earth as a distraction. aurora show.
The CME predicts Sunday’s eruption to reach Earth at about 10 am EDT (1200 GMT) on Wednesday (April 6) and could only trigger a light geomagnetic storm, level G1 or G2. on a fifth scale, the Met Office said. Forecasters don’t know the weather if the CME created by Monday’s eruption will hit the earth, the Met Office added.
Either way, the polar lights will be increased in the coming days so that they can be seen farther away from the polar particles than usual. Because the Earth’s magnetic field on the poles is much weaker, the magnetized particles from CMEs are deeply penetrated. Earth’s atmosphere in those places. The relationship between the solar panels and the objects in the sky then makes the color brighter.
According to the Met Office, the Earth’s geomagnetic environment will be much calmer in the coming days after the sun’s action is responsible for a explosion of innovation the position is changed to Earth.
Overall, the day’s activity was slightly lower when the sun began to rise from a bit of a long day, part of its 11 -year cycle of activity with fewer days. The activity of the sun will increase in the coming years; Scientists expect that to rise by 2025.