Things are again heating up on the sun due to which eight new sunspots have emerged on the Earth-facing side of the solar disk.
The solar activity is slowly increasing day by day and will increase significantly this week.
Due to this, there are possibilities that X-class solar flares and radiation storms can pose a harmful impact on the GPS system.
Will Earth get hit with a major solar storm? Risk of blackout arises after eight sunspots emerge on the Sun
The activities in the solar system attract many. They might seem intriguing to many while to others the process taking place up in the sky are pretty scary.
The month of June has witnessed a number of events including a solar storm.
A few days back, a massive solar flare took place from Earth's stay.
Due to the same, sunspot AR3032 exploded and produced M3-class flares which lasted for about eight hours.
Due to the same, a massive flare hurtled towards the Earth and ionized the top of the atmosphere with its extreme UV radiation.
This resulted in a shortwave radio blackout over Japan and southeast Asia.
Well, if you think it's over, then probably you are wrong.
Things are again heating up in the sun due to which eight new sunspots have emerged on the Earth-facing side of the solar disk.
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