The Sun has fired several rounds of solar flares since last week, all of which have the potential to cause power grid fluctuations and irregularities in satellite orientation on Earth, according to media reports.
Since November 1, the Sun has produced three of the outbursts known to scientists as coronal mass ejections (CMEs), according to Space.com.
A CME is a massive eruption of solar particles caused by intense flares from the Sun aimed directly at Earth.
CMEs are globs of gas and magnetic fields that are ejected into space by sunspots, which are knots in the Sun’s magnetic field. Two of these outbursts were caused by the sunspot AR2887 on November 1 and 2. Later that day, on November 2, a second sunspot called AR2891 also produced a CME.-
Learn More: https://insiderpaper.com/sun-continues-firing-significant-solar-flares-earths-gps-signals-disruption-and-power-grid-fluctuations-expected/
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