Large Solar Flare Captured in Video – Possible Disrupt in Communications

A NASA space observatory watched an odd solar flare on Tuesday, 7 June 2011. According to officials, satellite communications and power on Earth can face some disruption by this solar flare. As per the National Weather Service, firestorm of radiation on a level was unleashed by the powerful blast from the Sun but not observed since 2006 and it will possibly cause temperate geomagnetic hurricane motion from Wednesday.

Large Solar Flare Captured in Video - Possible Disrupt in Communications

The M-2 solar flare was peaked at 1:41 am Eastern time in the United States. The first flare arose and the outbreak connected with it then energy particle radiation flowing in and a big coronal mass injection were obtained. All the materials that are blasting up from the Sun were seen. Any crash of magnetic fields between the Sun and Earth, some 93 million miles apart that would cause by this event, was closely watched by space weather analysts.

As per Space Weather Prediction Center, it is expected that G1 (minor) to G2 (moderate) levels of geomagnetic storm activity will be caused by this event on 8 June that will be started around 1800 GMT. It is believed that any geomagnetic storm activity will be ended within 12 to 24 hours. This event shows the sun is coming back to its more distinctive active condition.

Video of Huge Solar Flare Eruption on 7 June 2011 from youtube:

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