NASA Warns Solar Storm May Hit Earth Tomorrow As Sunspots Increase Tenfold

The storm is expected to be moderate in strength, but it could still cause some disruptions to power grids and communications satellites.

The storm is being caused by a coronal mass ejection (CME), which is a large eruption of plasma from the sun. CMEs can travel at millions of miles per hour and can cause geomagnetic storms when they interact with Earth's magnetic field.

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has issued a warning about the storm, saying that it could cause power outages, disruptions to satellite communications, and even auroras in the northern hemisphere.


People in the northern hemisphere are most likely to see the auroras, which are colorful lights in the sky caused by the interaction of solar particles with Earth's atmosphere.

NASA is monitoring the storm closely and will provide updates as needed. The agency is also working with power grid operators and satellite operators to prepare for the storm.

– Be aware of the latest forecasts from NASA and other sources.


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