Solar storm to hit Earth today could make auroras brighter squib

The distances in space are hard to wrap our brains around. Last Sunday NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory Satellite captured a massive solar flare on the surface of the sun at 8:25 p.m. EST. That large solar flare released a coronal mass ejection or CME and is only going to hit the Earth today. A CME is an explosion of magnetic … Continue reading
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