In the last couple of weeks, the onslaught of solar storms has increased multifold. Every other day, the Earth is struck by a solar storm with a varying degree of intensity that is causing all sorts of troubles for us including, GPS disruption, radiowave blackouts and more.
And it is not likely to stop anytime soon. Today, November 22, a powerful solar storm is expected to strike the Earth sparked by a coronal mass ejection (CME).
Read on to know about its consequences.The development was noted in a report by SpaceWeather.com which stated, “NOAA forecasters say there is a chance of minor G1-class solar storms on Nov.
22nd when a CME might sideswipe Earth's magnetic field. The faint CME was hurled into space on Nov. 19th by an erupting filament of magnetism in the sun's northern hemisphere”.Read more on tech.hindustantimes.com