Space Weather analyzed the predictions of the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Agency and the results indicate that on March 23, the Sun’s coronal mass ejection, also known as the CME, should have exceeded Earth by “a hair”. Moreover, this is the third such explosion in a week.
Fortunately, this does not mean disasters will occur on our planetBut we should expect two things. The first will please lovers of twilight – they will reappear in our sky. The second, unfortunately, is not particularly interesting, because we can deal with magnetic storms that negatively affect electrical networks. However, the forecast indicates only weak storms and minor disturbances, and only in some areas.
The prevalence of CME is expected to depend on where the sun is in the 11-year cycle of solar activity. According to Martin Archer, a space weather researcher in the Department of Physics at Imperial College London, At the “solar maximum”, the plasma may explode several times a dayBut most of these explosions are not intended to be directed at Earth.
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