Nasa reveals eerie Sun photo showing ‘strong solar flare’ that sparked radio blackouts

NASA has captured a stunning image of an awesome burst of energy erupting from the Sun. The enormous volley of charged particles, known as a solar flare, was so powerful that it caused radio blackouts on Earth on Tuesday. NasaNasa released an image of a solar flare erupting from the Sun on Monday[/caption] According to Nasa, the “strong solar flare” was fired from the Sun on Monday at 9:25 p.m. UK time (4:25 p.m. EST). Nasa’s Solar Dynamics Observatory, which tracks the Sun’s activity, captured a photo of the rare event. In a statement, Nasa said that large solar flares can disrupt Earth’s magnetic field, scattering radio and GPS signals. According to the NOAA, a smattering of radio blackouts were observed following the eruption of electromagnetic radiation. Read more about space DRONE AND DUSTED Inside Nasa ‘helicopter’ that will hunt for life on mysterious Saturn moon HOLEY HELL Listen to Nasa’s clip of a black hole’s SOUND – it’s like a horror film noise Further solar activity is expected this week. Sunday’s flare is classified as an X1 flare. X-class denotes the most intense flares, while the number signals its strength. An X2 is twice as intense as an X1, an…

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Nasa reveals eerie Sun photo showing ‘strong solar flare’ that sparked radio blackouts

Updated: October 4, 2022 — 10:27 am