Massive Sunspot Has DOUBLED In Size Could Send Solar Storms Careering Toward Earth

A massive double-barreled sunspot that has doubled in size in the past few days could now send a series of solar flares towards Earth. Though the severity of the...
Earth-bound: This February 12, 2012 handout image provided by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory shows the double-barreled sunspot active region 1416, which is aimed at the Earth
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A massive double-barreled sunspot that has doubled in size in the past few days could now send a series of solar flares towards Earth. Though the severity of the disruption is yet unknown, some scientists are predicting the spot could send off medium-scale solar flares.

Earth-bound: This February 12, 2012 handout image provided by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory shows the double-barreled sunspot active region 1416, which is aimed at the Earth

These could cause radio blackouts and disruptions in the Earth’s polar regions.  According to SpaceWeather.com, the sunspot in active region 1416 could send out ‘beta-gamma’ magnetic energy in what is known as an M-class flare.

SpaceWeather’s Tony Phillips wrote: ‘Any such eruptions this weekend would be Earth-directed as the sunspot turns to face our planet.’

On Friday, the sun emitted a coronal mass ejection, known as CME, in the shape of a heart. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration reported: ‘A preliminary model run predicts this CME will arrive, appropriately enough, on Valentine’s Day.’ source – Daily Mail UK

 

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