Kapow! Moderate Solar Flare Erupts From The Sun, But Likely Won't Affect Earth - Universe Today
While this solar peak has been weaker than usual, from time to time we get a moderate punch from the Sun. Here’s an example — what NASA calls a “mid-level” solar flare blasting off the Sun at 8:16 a.m. EDT (1:16 p.m. UTC) yesterday (Aug. 26). While the related coronal mass ejection can cause auroras … Continue reading "Kapow! Moderate Solar Flare Erupts From The Sun, But Likely Won’t Affect Earth"
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