A series of eruptions has been recorded in the Sun, resulting in the ejection of a coronal mass. It points to the Earth and portends an impending magnetic storm. Thanks to him, twilights will appear, but a stronger glow can cause serious damage and deprive us of electricity.
The Solar Physical Prediction Center of the Polish Academy of Sciences warns of monitoring on Monday solar flare. It happened on Monday, March 28th around 1:30pm. Concomitant processes occurring on the surface of our star resulted in a coronal mass ejection (CME).
Solar plasma is moving at 1,259 km/s and will reach Earth in about 33 hours. In Poland it will be so From Tuesday night to Wednesday. Theoretically, this could be dangerous for us, but, as a rule, it does not have any harmful consequences. Again, there is nothing to worry about.
flash It is described as M4.0. This designation allows classifying the intensity of the observed phenomena.
The letter symbolizes the power of the flash. Those classified as L are weak, M are medium, and X are the strongest, which could have serious repercussions. The numbers placed after the letter additionally describe the strength of the phenomenon within the category defined by the letter.
Expulsion of the coronary mass. When the sun goes down, it will take us back to the age of coal and steam
What does this mean for us? The visible effect of phenomena occurring on the surface of the Sun will be Probably the aurora borealis. Perhaps we can also see it at low latitudes – if observers are lucky, it could be the aurora borealis Visible even in northern Poland.
Possible, though unlikely in this case, as well Disable the operation of various devices, including. Those responsible for telecommunications or navigation, i.e. radio blackout. In extreme cases, a coronal mass ejection can lead not only to turbulence, but also to damage satellites or destroy the power grid.
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