Nov Waves SUN Geomagnetic Storms CME

Solar wind shock wave hit the Earth today; did it spark a geomagnetic storm?

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Sun, a huge ball of energy released a coronal mass ejection or CME on November 19 and now its belated arrival can be seen impacting Earth.

According to the information provided by spaceweather.com. a shock wave in the solar wind hit Earth's magnetic field today, Friday (November 25) at around 2:30 UT or 8:00 am IST.

The solar wind can be the belated arrival of the CME, the report said. It added that so far, no geomagnetic storm seems to have been sparked, but an alert has been sounded for auroras. "A shock wave in the solar wind hit Earth's magnetic field today, Nov.

25th, at approximately 0230 UT. It might have been the belated arrival of a CME that left the sun on Nov. 19th, hurled in our direction by an erupting filament of magnetism.

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