The power grid, internet outages, and the aurora borealis: What will be the impact of solar flares and geomagnetic storms expected this week on Earth?

US Oceanic and Atmospheric Monitoring Agency (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration or NOAA) Alert.

NOAA plans kit geomagnetic storms On a land this week. Thunderstorms of moderate intensity are caused by a series of thunderstormssolar flares. Which will cause unexpected phenomenon.

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Almost every day since January 2022, we’ve scored coronal mass ejection. Or the giant solar flares that took place during them the sun Plasma and magnetic field projects in space. From time to time, the solar wind brings some of it back to Earth.

This is how these solar flares should affect our planet: by causing many of them geomagnetic storms which could disturb the geomagnetic field of a land And thus affect the Internet, satellites, electrical grid or even the Global Positioning System (GPS).

On Sunday, March 13, the Space Weather Prediction Center (SWPC) observed the level of a G2 (moderate) geomagnetic storm. The G2 Level Alert is still in progress on Monday, and the G1 (Secondary) Level Alert is triggered on Tuesday, March 16th.

The result: the northern lights can be observed at lower latitudes than usual. Like here, in Scotland, this Sunday.

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