The brightest object in Earth’s sky is “perforated” with two large holes, continually firing intense flares at us, and the flickering radio waves of May 19 are “alarm bells.”
pig Space, Massive shortwave radio blackouts are occurring in many parts of the Earth May 19 is due to the results “cosmic eruptions”, that is, powerful jets of energy from the Sun are shooting straight at us and colliding with the magnetosphere, causing geomagnetic storm (solar storm).
At least 7 of the M-class eruptions that caused this phenomenon have been attributed to AR3311A giant sunspot.
Two sunspots slowly turn towards Earth
Sunspots slowly turn towards Earth, possibly bombarding our planet with intense flares – (Photo: ЅDO/NASA).
More frighteningly, on May 19, it didn’t actually turn towards Earth, but on the following days, which means that many geomagnetic storms can hit the globe massively over the weekend.
It is not alone, but also in parallel with another giant sunspot called AR3310, responsible for the sunspot recorded by NASA’s Solar Observatory (SDO) on May 16. .
This patch caused and caused radio delays in many parts of the Americas a few hours later, according to the US Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (OAA) Space Weather Prediction Center.
Any radio failures that have occurred are only “alarm siren”due to the “slight” effect of flares that had not yet been fired directly at Earth, only skimming a little.
But this weekend, Earthlings will have to be more careful when these two “cannons” are aimed directly at Earth.
A geomagnetic storm is not a hurricane that you can see, but affects human systems such as radio communication systems, navigation systems, etc., due to disturbances in the earth’s magnetic field when energy from flares hits the magnetic forces of the magnetosphere.
A flare at the highest level of Tier X (strongest) can completely knock down the grid on a large scale.
With the M-type flares that this sunspot pair is believed to set off, authorities operating aeronautics, space, and other radio navigation-related activities will need to be cautious.
Geomagnetic storms can even mislead migrating birds and have also damaged 40 of Space X’s satellites “feedback” to Earth in February 2022 when the plane was launched at the same time as a strong geomagnetic storm.
Article source: NTD
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The brightest object in Earth’s sky is “perforated” by two large holes, constantly firing at us with intense flares, which emit radio waves…