NASA captures the intense solar flares and the orange red flames burst out to coincide with Halloween
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s Solar Dynamics Observation Satellite (SDO) captured images of a strong solar flash burst this week. This phenomenon is likely to interfere with the Global Positioning System (GPS) and communications satellites within a few days. North America brings the aurora.
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration ( NASA ) explained in a statement: “The solar flash is a powerful burst of radiation.”
“The harmful radiation produced by flash flames cannot pass through the earth’s atmosphere and cause physical effects on humans on the surface, but if the intensity is strong enough, it will interfere with the propagation of GPS and communication signals in the atmosphere.”
NASA said that this flash flame was classified as “Class X1.” The X level is the strongest level of the solar flash, and the number after it represents the intensity. For example, the intensity of X2 is twice that of X1, the intensity of X3 is three times that of X1, and so on.
NASA tweeted: “Brighter than a swaying ghost, faster than a flick of a black cat’s tail, the sun has cast a spell on us, just in time for Halloween!”
At the same time, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Space Weather Prediction Center (Space Weather Prediction Center) also issued a warning that a strong geomagnetic storm may affect the Earth on the 30th.
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