According to the sheet Space, on December 14, this sunspot triggered at least eight cosmic flares. One of them, coded M6, caused a shortwave radio outage over the Atlantic Ocean at 9:42 p.m. (Vietnam time) on the evening of December 14.
A space rocket is fired from sunspot AR3165
A cosmic flare was fired from sunspot AR3165 – (Photo: SDO/NASA).
These cosmic flares cause what are called geomagnetic storms or solar storms, which are bursts of electromagnetic radiation traveling at the speed of light. When they collide with the magnetic field lines of the Earth’s magnetosphere, they can cause disruptions in electrical and telecommunications systems, or even cause satellites to fail. “lost”.
Type , accompanied by a “Coronation Mass Launch”, or CME, a giant fireball made of plasma.
When a CME appears, auroras often light up Earth’s polar skies, but can also knock satellites out of orbit.
The sunspot AR3165 recently appeared on the visible part of the Sun. This is where the magnetic field lines are twisted and stretched. This repression will occasionally provoke the firing of flares as a trigger.
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According to Space, on December 14, the sunspot triggered at least eight cosmic flares. One of them – code M6 – caused a power outage…