Solar flare causes geomagnetic storm, aurora പ്രതീക്ഷ Explorersweb expected in northern areas

Solar flares – like this one captured by a NASA satellite orbiting the Sun – eject huge amounts of radiation. Image: NASA via Wikicommons

On Saturday, October 9, specialists at NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory detect a solar flare from sunlight. Solar flares occur constantly, but this is unique: it initiates a coronal mass ejection (CME) directly into the Earth’s atmosphere.

As a result, from the southern hemisphere of the northern hemisphere to New York, you may be lucky enough to see an unusual aurora borealis between October 11th and October 12th.

Solar flare event, what to expect

Due to the intensity and orbit of the CME, the flame will cause a G2 level geomagnetic storm in the northern hemisphere of our planet, ending on Monday, October 11th and ending on Tuesday or Wednesday. In addition to Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) glasses, Scientists predict Late Monday and Tuesday morning fires can cause some notable incidents:

  • Moderate fluctuations to high latitude power grids, which can trigger voltage alarms and cause damage to some transformers.
  • Gentle and moderate satellite and spacecraft interactions, including increased traction due to increased drag in low Earth orbits. Such deviations may require ground control agents to establish a corrective re-osition.
  • High latitude radio interference dilutes high-frequency propagation.

Geomagnetic storm scale explained

Image: NOAA

NOAA A established 5-tier geomagnetic storm scale It is used to measure climate systems caused by solar activity. G1 storms are ‘minor’. G5 storms are the most severe and rare type of hurricane, with the worst and most far-reaching effects being less in Florida and South Texas. By comparison, G5 storms occur approximately four times every 11 years.

On October 11 we experienced a moderate G2 storm, which was relatively mild and occurred 600 times in 11 years.

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What creates the aurora borealis?

Aurora Borealis North Lights.  Image components provided by NASA.  Image_Mura T, Shutterstock

Image: NASA / Mura T via Shutterstock

Spaceweather.com pointed out that an unusual northern light show can be seen in Scotland, northern England, northern Ireland in the UK, Canada, the northern band of the US, and the Pacific Northwest to New England. Washington s. Views can be found far below the latitudes in the state, Wisconsin, and New York.

As explained by ExWeb’s own Christine de Abreu The solar storm causes an amazing aurora:

“There are two magnetic fields – the Earth’s and the Solar – carried interplanetary magnetic field. Ionization creates a variety of colors.

Follow up as this October solar storm develops NOAA Or check in at NOAA’s Space Weather Forecast Center spaceweather.gov, Which serves as the US Government’s official official source for space weather forecasts, watches, warnings, and alerts.

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Jillie Clough

Jillie Clough

Gillie grew up in the rural South Colorado Mountains and later moved to Texas for college.
After seven years of corporate consulting, she became acquainted with sports climbing. In 2020, Jill left her corporate position to lead an illiterate door life.
She currently serves as a contributor, editor, and gear tester for the Explorer Web and many other lets within the Olger network.
She hails from Austin, Texas, and lives with her climbing gear and one – eyed blue healer, George Michael.

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