On Saturday (July 3) the sun burst into an astonishing solar flare, the largest since 2017, in the early explosion of cosmic fireworks before July 4.
The solar flare occurred on a sunspot named AR2838 at 10:29 AM Eastern Time (1429 GMT) on Saturday, according to the US Space Weather Forecast Center (SWPC), which was recorded as a powerful sunspot.
X1 solar event. solar. Officials of the center said in the latest news that it caused a short suspension of radios on Earth.
A solar flare video from NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory shows a flare erupting from the upper right end of a spacecraft star, which is one of many stars used to monitor solar weather.
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July 3, 2021, the sun erupted with a powerful X1.5 solar flare, which is the most powerful in 4 years, in NASA’s solar power In this photo from the Observatory. The flash appears in the upper right corner of the view.
On July 3, 2021, the sun erupted with a powerful X1.5 solar flare. This is this photo from NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory, which is the strongest in 4 years. The flash appears in the upper right corner of the view. (Image source: NASA Solar Dynamics Observatory) The
Xclass solar flare is the strongest type of flare on the sun. When pointed directly at the earth, the most powerful ones endanger astronauts and satellites in space and interfere with the earth’s power grid. Mclass’s milder solar flares can also enhance Earth’s aurora through a dazzling display. Sunspot AR2838 emitted by flares
on Saturday is a new active area on the sun.
“This sunspot zone developed overnight and was also responsible for the M2 flare (R1 minor radio blackout) at 07:17 UTC on July 3,” SWPC officials wrote in the update.
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on September 6, 2017 This image from the US Space Weather Forecast Group shows July 3, 2021 (left) and the powerful sun X1 from the sun in the Flare Earth area experienced a brief radio blackout event.
This chart from the US Space Weather Forecast Group shows a powerful X1-class solar flare from the sun on July 3, 2021 (left) and regions of the earth that experienced a short radio interruption due to the event.
(Image source: Space Weather Forecast Group)
Spaceweather.com is a website that tracks space weather events. According to reports, large sunspot flares have been recorded as X1.5 on the scale used to track solar events. Around the other side of the sun.
“The sunspot disappeared as soon as it appeared,” Spaceweather.com reported today. “On July 4th, it opened the northwest branch of the sun and will cross the other side of the sun in the next two weeks.”
The time of the sun follows an 11-year cycle, with active phases and relative solar inactivity. The year of the event. The current cycle, called solar cycle 25, begins in 2020.