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A sunspot on the surface of the sun is growing at a double rate everyday. This is set to cause some geomagnetic storm and fling some solar flares on our planet.A sunspot on the surface of the sun is growing at a double rate everyday. This is set to cause some geomagnetic storm and fling some solar flares on our planet.

earth: Solar flare and geomagnetic storm set to burst Earth as huge sunspot set to burst; what is it, here's all the information - The Economic Times

A sunspot nearly triple the size of Earth is within firing range of our planet, and may send out medium-class flares in the near future.The fast-growing sunspot doubled in size in 24 hours and may produce medium-class flares.

A giant sunspot the size of 3 Earths is facing us right now | Space

As eight new sunspots come into view of the Earth, there is a high risk of a major solar storm this week. With the wrath of the Sun continuing to grow, there is a possibility GPS systems will crash.As eight new sunspots come into view of the Earth, there is a high risk of a major solar storm this week. With the wrath of the Sun continuing to grow, there is a possibility GPS systems will crash.

8 Sunspots emerge on the Sun; Will the Earth get struck by a major solar storm? Blackouts likely | Tech News

An unstable patch on the surface of the Sun is directly facing our planet so chances are if it bursts it might cause solar flares and geomagnetic storms. Dark regions which form on the Sun due to magnetism are known as Sunspots. An unstable patch on the surface of the Sun is directly facing our planet so chances are if it bursts it might cause solar flares and geomagnetic storms. Dark regions which form on the Sun due to magnetism are known as Sunspots.

Beware! Solar flare and geomagnetic storm set to burst the Earth

Things are again heating up on the sun due to which eight new sunspots have emerged on the Earth-facing side of the solar disk. The solar activity is slowly increasing day by day and will increase significantly this week. Due to this, there are possibilities that X-class solar flares and radiation sThings are again heating up on the sun due to which eight new sunspots have emerged on the Earth-facing side of the solar disk. The solar activity is slowly increasing day by day and will increase significantly this week. Due to this, there are possibilities that X-class solar flares and radiation storms can pose a harmful impact on the GPS system.

Earth to hit with major solar storm Risk of blackout arises after eight sunspots emerge on Sun | Trending News – India TV

NASA is monitoring a gigantic sunspot called AR3038, which has doubled in size in the past 24 hoursNASA is monitoring a gigantic sunspot called AR3038, which has doubled in size in the past 24 hours

Massive sunspot facing Earth doubles in size; raises serious concerns | NewsBytes

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NASA/ESA observatory records spectacular coronal mass ejection: Watch video | Science-Environment

In yet another example of flexing of magnetic muscles, Sun released a long-duration solar flare on Monday (June 13) morning. In it, high-energy radiation was blasted into space for around three hours. It was a "medium" solar flare and has been registered as an M3.4. The incident was also captured on camera by two solar spacecrafts. The event was caught in multiple wavelengths by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO). It has been studying the Sun from Earth's orbit since 2010.   The recent outburst was a strong one and may lead to temporary radio blackouts in the Asia-Pacific region on Earth. The flare was also linked with a coronal mass ejection (CME), which is a big cloud of superheated plasma. CME is released from the Sun at high speed

Catch amazing glimpse! Sun releases long-duration solar flare called M3.4. Read details here - Science News

Scientists at NASA are closely monitoring a massive sunspot called AR3038, which has doubled in size in the past 24 hours. The sunspot faces Earth directly & might send solar flares our way.Scientists at NASA are closely monitoring a massive sunspot called AR3038, which has doubled in size in the past 24 hours. The sunspot faces Earth directly & might send solar flares our way.

Sunspots: Could solar flares and dangerous radiation be hitting Earth? | Qrius

Scientists at NASA are closely monitoring a massive sunspot called AR3038, which has doubled in size in the past 24 hours. The sunspot faces Earth directly & might send solar flares our way.Scientists at NASA are closely monitoring a massive sunspot called AR3038, which has doubled in size in the past 24 hours. The sunspot faces Earth directly & might send solar flares our way.

Sunspots: Could solar flares and dangerous radiation be hitting Earth? | Qrius

Sky watchers need to see this new video of a recent solar flare showcasing the dazzling and beautiful eruptions of our Sun's energy.Sky watchers need to see this new video of a recent solar flare showcasing the dazzling and beautiful eruptions of our Sun's energy.

Dazzling video shows a massive 3-hour solar flare on the Sun

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The sun exploded with a massive flare that lasted over eight hours. The massive energy hurtling from the sun led to radio blackouts over Japan and southeast Asia.The sun exploded with a massive flare that lasted over eight hours. The massive energy hurtling from the sun led to radio blackouts over Japan and southeast Asia.

Watch | Sun explodes with a massive solar flare that lasted eight hours - SCIENCE News

A HUGE sunspot which doubled in size over a 24-hour period is now directly facing Earth, meaning a large solar flare could strike the planet.A HUGE sunspot which doubled in size over a 24-hour period is now directly facing Earth, meaning a large solar flare could strike the planet.

Solar storm warning: Earth faces 'direct' hit as giant sunspot DOUBLES in size in 24 hours | Science | News | Express.co.uk

A giant sunspot called AR3038 that has doubled its size in just 24 hours has been detected. As reported, it is now facing Earth.It has a 'beta-gamma' magnetic field.

AR3038: A giant sunspot that has doubled in size in only 24 hours - Tech Explorist

Sunspot AR3038 is facing the Earth and has gone from 'big' to 'enormous' in the past 24 hours. It could result in a solar flare heading straight towards us. Sunspot AR3038 is facing the Earth and has gone from 'big' to 'enormous' in the past 24 hours. It could result in a solar flare heading straight towards us.

A solar flare could be headed our way if this enormous sunspot bursts

A giant sunspot that doubled in size is now facing earth -- meaning a large solar flare could potentially strike the planet."Here comes the sun" never sounded so ominous: A giant sunspot that just doubled in size is facing Earth — meaning a large solar flare could potentially strike the planet.

M-class solar flare could soon head for earth

During the early hours of Monday, June 13, two solar spacecrafts captured a magnificent three-hour-long solar flare on tape. - Articles from The Weather Channel | weather.comDuring the early hours of Monday, June 13, two solar spacecrafts captured a magnificent three-hour-long solar flare on tape. - Articles from The Weather Channel | weather.com

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Experts say the sunspot is far from unusual and eased concerns of how any potential solar flares would affect the Blue Planet.Experts say the sunspot is far from unusual and eased concerns of how any potential solar flares would affect the Blue Planet.

Giant sunspot points toward Earth: 'No need to panic,' experts say

A huge sunspot that has doubled in size between 19th and 20th June has now turned towards planet Earth. Read on to know more details.A huge sunspot that has doubled in size between 19th and 20th June has now turned towards planet Earth. Read on to know more details.

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