A magnetic storm will hit Earth on Wednesday evening after a large solar explosion

A magnetic storm will hit Earth on Wednesday evening after a large solar explosion

Written by Graziella L. Posted Jul 6, 2022 8:07 PM

Since the Sun entered its wakefulness phase, solar flares have multiplied and caused magnetic storms to occur on Earth. One of them is expected on Wednesday, July 6, 2022 in the evening, which is relatively small.

In recent years, the planet a land Faces solar storms becomes increasingly important, while we have Sun The recovery phase has begun, which will reach its peak in 2025. This Solar flares multiply and produce electromagnetic radiation Too powerful, it can have consequences for communications, satellites, and networks. this is Wednesday evening, a magnetic storm expected between 8 pm and 11 pm, But fortunately it seems simple.

Scientists fear a supernatural solar flare because it is so unpredictable and could set human civilization back thousands of years. The magnetospherewhich protects us from repeated attacks from the sun, is still able to retain the most dangerous radiation, and must once again protect us from this Wednesday 6 July 2022. This storm comes to us fromJune 29 explosionSomewhat impressive but without obvious danger, according to experts.

This storm is UnderageIt is G1 rated, so don’t panic. A beautiful show is expected in the northern United States, with exceptional aurora borealis caused by the storm. some malfunctions Also considered inPower grids and some satellites are in orbit, at worst. However, a sunspot The latest discovery indicates that a much stronger magnetic storm will be feared in the coming weeks and months.

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