A Solar Storm Will 'Directly Hit' The Earth

A period of increased solar activity has been observed this year, 2022. In March,

Separate geomagnetic storms, according to government weather agencies in the United States and the United Kingdom.

After that, Earth had a G1-class geomagnetic storm earlier this month, which led to spectacular auroras over Canada's skies.

This event's most remarkable problem is that the storm wasn't foreseen until it was too late.

Astronomers are once more worried about potential coronal mass ejections and solar flares that could target Earth.

that, because of a huge sunspot and filaments on the surface of the Sun, could result in blackouts.

On Friday, July 15, the Sun released a strong solar flare that was reportedly capable of producing

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