22 ene 2022 02:15 GMT
The burst of energy appears as a bright flash of light in the upper right region of our star.
On Friday, NASA released stunning images of a powerful glow emanating from the sun.
The burst of energy, which appears as a bright flash of light in the upper right region of our star, has been classified as M5.5 or Intermediate level It peaked at 06:01 (GMT) on January 20, 2022.
NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory, which constantly monitors solar activity thanks to the project’s space telescope, captured a picture of the event.
According to a statement export by the US space agency, “Flashlights and Solar flares can affect radio communicationsPower grids and navigation signals pose risks to spacecraft and astronauts.”
Class M solar flares are second tallest man Behind the X-class flares, which can go up to X20, is an extreme solar event.
Medium-level solar flare erupting from the sun The sun released a medium-level solar flare on January 20, 2022 that peaked at 1:01 AM EDT. NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory, which constantly monitors the sun, captured a picture of the event. pic.twitter.com/7zWXL9yFZT
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