At least 17 volcanoes from the sun have erupted in the sky in recent days, with some set to make an aerial display on Earth.
The solar eclipse came from a very hot day, called AR2975, which has been burning flames since Monday (March 28). We can quickly see some atmospheric storms on Earth due to stellar events.
The sun balls erupt in the future when the magnetic lines twist and return to a place close to the visible surface. Sometimes, these explosives are associated with coronal mass ejections (CMEs), or streams of substances that are bound to shoot into the air. NASA’s powerful Solar Dynamics Observatory has captured spectacular views of solar lava, including the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory.
“Two, or three, CME volcanoes were thrown to Earth,” SpaceWeather.com wrote of the event. NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the combined network, report that the first CME will arrive on Friday (March 31), with at least one expected on Friday (April 1.).
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The model shows that the particles can trigger G2 or G3 (simple) geomagnetic disturbances, while auroras (right and left lights) are difficult to predict.
The year 2022 is expected to be quiet for the entire day, as we are beginning to see the beginning of the 11 -year solar cycle that began in the month of December 2019. The start of the car is small. days and small eruptions. Work needs to increase as we approach the peak, which is predicted by 2025.
Scientists are debating the strength of this solar cycle, although current forecasts show that the average number of days may be lower than normal.
Although this storm is only minimal, NASA and other central agencies are working on the sun to improve the predictions of the day. It can cause problems such as damage to power lines or destruction of satellites.