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Solar winds charging towards Earth! Could spark scary Geomagnetic Storm today

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The Sun is nearing the middle of its 11-year solar cycle, resulting in increased solar activity and solar output. Earth has faced numerous solar flares these past few months and more are expected as the Sun moves ahead in its cycle.

As a result, the planet is being bombarded with solar particles, flares and solar storms. NOAA forecasters have revealed that Earth is at risk of a geomagnetic storm.According to, the solar winds are a result of hot gaseous material escaping from a large southern hole in the Sun's atmosphere.

This hole is known as a Sunspot. The report said,” NOAA forecasters say there is a chance of G1-class geomagnetic storms on Nov.

20th or 21st when a high-speed stream of solar wind is expected to hit Earth. The gaseous material is flowing from a large southern hole in the sun's atmosphere.

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