An enormous explosion occurs behind the Sun that launches solar flares into space. It could be seen from Earth this coming week.

A huge explosion occurred behind the Sun, and you may be able view its aftermath from Earth this week.

According to experts, the combustion sent solar material into outer space. spaceweather.com.

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This flare was observed this weekCredit: Getty

The explosion occurred just behind the sun’s southeastern limb, giving way to a” new and active” region.

Solar filaments, which are clouds of ionized gasoline above the sun’s surface, sit between magnetic regions of opposing polarity. Space Weather Live.

Since then, this magnetism has culminated in “a slow-moving CME”Coronal mass ejection (or a coronal mass explosion) in the last few days.

CME refers to a type or solar flare that emits intense, high-energy radiation from sunlight’s surface.

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Due to their effect on satellites and radios (and other devices), solar storms can cause disruption for people on Earth.

Each solar storm that strikes Earth is graded according to its severity. The few that are predicted will only be severe. “G1-class”.

These could result in weak power grid fluctuations, and a slight impact on satellite communications.

Solar storms can also cause confusion for animals that rely upon the magnetic field as their guide.

These include migratory birds as well as whales.

Also, solar storms can produce spectacular natural light displays such as the northern lights.

These natural light displays are known as auroras. They are the result of the Earth’s magnetosphere being bombarded by solar winds, which creates green-colored and blue displays.

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While the Earth’s magnet field protects us against more severe consequences of solar radiation, it is not able to stop all of them.

The Sun has initiated one of its 11-year solar cycle, which typically sees eruptions or flares grow stronger and more extreme.

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