Video courtesy: NASA
The Earth’s biggest sunspot in over two decades, called sunspot AR2192, unleashed a barrage of solar flares, including five in the strongest classification – X-class – over a period of eight days from October 19 to October 27, a NASA video shows.
How Solar Flares affect Humans
by Heather Carlini; February 2011 | www.bibliotecapleyades.net
Exactly what is a solar flare and how does it affect us?
A solar flare is a magnetic storm on the Sun which appears to be a very bright spot and a gaseous surface eruption, such as in the photograph (right). Solar flares release huge amounts of high-energy particles and gases [plasma] that are tremendously hot. They are ejected thousands of miles from the surface of the Sun.
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