Massive solar storms are predicted to hit Earth today; dangerous for many electronic devices
According to reports, solar storms will dominate Earth today, and these storms could continue through the end of this week as a result of multiple coronal mass ejections (CMEs) towards the planet. our planet. These pose a danger to electronic devices and may result in interruptions.
Earth will be a hotbed for solar storms today, and these storms could continue into the weekend, according to reports. Yesterday it was reported that the Earth would be hit by an annular mass launch (CME) today, July 23, and now other reports suggest there could be more than one Solar storms because of some slow-moving CMEs will also occur. attack Earth today and tomorrow. This will be an exciting time as scientists still don’t know if the two CMEs can combine to form a more powerful solar storm. A lot depends on the timing of the two CMEs hitting Earth. The halo-filled CME has the potential to cause a G3-class solar storm, which could also cause significant disruptions to communications systems on Earth as well as damage satellites in higher orbit. Read on for more details.
On July 22, it was report that a storm cloud was thrown toward Earth as a result of a ‘solar tsunami’ eruption. There is a very strong (small to moderate) chance of a G1-G2 solar storm with a small chance of escalating to a category G3 considered strong. Now, today, SpaceWeather.com has report on another CME. Announced on its website, it says, “a slow-moving CME is expected to hit the Earth’s magnetic field; it was thrown into space by a solar eruption on July 15. Forecasters believe a high-velocity solar wind is following closely behind the CME. Its arrival on July 22 could amplify any storms the CME produces, prolonging unrest until July 23.”
Solar storm hits Earth over the weekend
Increased solar activity is associated with the Sun reaching a solar maximum, as part of its solar cycle. According to NASA, the Sun goes through an 11-year solar cycle, in which solar activity (unstable nuclear fires on the Sun’s surface) first increases and then decreases as the cycle ends. The highest point of such solar activity is known as the solar maximum, where cases of solar flares, solar prominence, and solar storms all increase multiple times. On the other hand, during the period of the Sun’s least disruption, the Sun’s minimum, these flares decrease dramatically. The Sun will reach the peak of its maximum phase in 2023. It is not yet known why the Sun exhibits this patterned behavior.
As the Sun’s maximum approaches, the intensity of space weather conditions caused by the Sun will also increase. While this current solar storm is expected to be as intense as the G3 class, only minor damage to satellites, shortwave power outages and GPS disruptions, a Category G5 solar storm is expected. such as the Carrington Event can easily damage the electrical grid, causing spontaneous fires and also damaging electronic equipment.