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Mega Eruption from Sun To Hit Earth Soon, Experts Advise Caution

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New Delhi: Scientists from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) have confirmed that an impending ‘Cannibal’ eruption from the Sun is heading towards Earth.

The Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) is en route to our planet and is expected to reach by December 1. This event occurs when a swifter solar eruption overtakes a preceding one, combining into a unified, substantial plasma wave with intricately charged and entangled magnetic fields.

The upcoming Cannibal Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) stems from two preceding solar storms, with NASA models foreseeing a substantial effect on Earth. Dr. Tamitha Skov, a respected space weather physicist, has suggested that this trio of solar disruptions might have a significant impact, possibly resulting in G3 (Strong) geomagnetic storm conditions.

A geomagnetic storm refers to a disruption in Earth’s magnetosphere, predominantly caused by interactions between the solar wind and the Earth’s magnetic field.

A G3-class storm should be taken seriously. The most recent incident on November 5th not only painted the skies with vibrant auroras but also created distinctive deep-red SAR arcs. Often confused with auroras, these arcs visually represent the heat energy infiltrating the upper atmosphere from Earth’s ring current system—a robust electrical circuit encircling the planet.

The expected storm could elicit similar effects, potentially expanding auroral displays well beyond their typical polar locations, extending into mid-latitudes. While such a spectacle would delight skywatchers, the storm brings the concern of potential technological disruptions.

Amateur radio enthusiasts and GPS users might encounter challenges with reception, especially on the night side of Earth where the storm’s impact is most significant.

The Space Weather Prediction Center of NOAA has issued alerts, cautioning about the potential for G3+ conditions. This level of geomagnetic activity can result in intermittent issues with satellite navigation and low-frequency radio navigation, along with striking auroras.

Power grid operators and satellite communication providers are on heightened alert, making preparations for potential impacts.

As the approaching solar storm looms, the world anxiously anticipates a celestial spectacle in the sky, all the while preparing for the potentially unfavourable consequences of our sun’s turbulent behaviour.

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