Largest solar flare recorded by NASA

Largest solar flare recorded by NASA
Largest solar flare recorded by NASA

Time to time 05/15/2024 7:22 p.m.

Mario Picazo, in ‘Time to Time’

The Sun has released the biggest flare in the last two decades, as we have seen in the ‘Time to Time’ images captured by NASA. This phenomenon occurs almost a week after those solar storms that we saw and that created dazzling northern lights, which could be seen in almost all the skies of Spain.

And it is completely normal for us to have solar flares. The latter have been impressive, with G5 scale geomagnetic storms over the past weekend. But there is something very important that we must not escape: we find ourselves in a cycle of maximum solar activity. These cycles occur or peak approximately every eleven years.

The latter means that in 2025 we will have a peak in solar activity. As we have seen in the graph with Mario Picazo, in the last twenty or thirty years we have glimpsed how there has been cyclical solar activity. It should be noted that some solar cycles are more intense than others due to what we call Sunspots: freckles that appear in the sun and emit more solar radiation.

Mario Picazo, in ‘Time to Time’four.com

The impacts of solar storms

He impact of these solar storms They are multiple. The best known is the one on the communications and electrical networks, causing real chaos. In addition, it has a minimal impact on the climate. In turn, it has an impact on animal species, potentially causing them to become disoriented; and finally, an impact generating northern and southern lightsthe latter leaving us spectacular images.

 
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