On the 2nd of November at about 4 am, M1.7 . happened solar flare From the AR12891 sunspot collection. The glow produced a coronal ejection directed at the Earth that caused a Earth According to current calculations, it could hit Earth on November 4 around 5:00 AM (±6 hours) and possibly cause the northern lights to rise to mid-latitudes.
a few hours ago Coronal mass ejection To be considered:
The solar storm is expected to reach Earth on November 4
who – which NOAA Space Weather Forecast Center and the Solar Effects Data Analysis Center Both expect the plasma cloud to arrive on Thursday, November 4th. When the cloud hits our planet, we could have another chance to see the northern lights in Germany. the last announced a solar storm It was much weaker than forecast and the weather didn’t go well. But this time, it could turn out differently.
Solar flare caused radio malfunctions
X-rays and intense ultraviolet radiation from the solar flare ionized the upper atmosphere and caused a small dip in shortwaves over Australia and Southeast Asia: pilots, ships, and amateur radio operators may have noticed unusual propagation effects at frequencies below 25 MHz.
Solar Cycle 25 – Should we expect violent solar storms?
Solar Cycle 25 has been in operation since the end of 2019. The previous cycle of our star was rather uneventful. Will we have more solar storms, flares, prominences and more in the next few years sunspots Look?
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