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  1. Mikalkree Reply

    Like solar flares, it is said by some that geo-magnetic storms actually help us receive energetic 'downloads' and ascend as we move from our physical body to our 'lightbody' (a higher energetic and spiritual state. moving closer to the higher dimensions). They offer us 'upgrades' and assist in the transmutation and changing of our DNA.

  2. Mazukinos Reply

    Oct 19,  · Solar flares happen often – they just don’t always impact Earth. Scientists think a solar event nearly sparked World War III. A huge flare called the Carrington event erupted years ago.

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  4. Tojalmaran Reply

    Solar flares are eruptions of magnetic energy from the sun’s surface. If they are directed toward Earth, they can interact with the Earth's magnetic field, knocking out man-made satellites and.

  5. Arajas Reply

    Solar Flares and Magnetic Shear. Click on image for animation. This region (NOAA Active Region AR, June 10, ) produced some of the most powerful flares ever recorded and remained active over many days. It also illustrates how magnetic shear (twisting of the Sun's magnetic field), is related to solar flares.

  6. Mazushakar Reply

    Mar 07,  · Typically, CMEs contain 10 billion tons of solar plasma and material, and the CME triggered by last night's Xclass flare is the one that could disrupt satellite operations, Kunches said.

  7. Sashakar Reply

    Mar 17,  · Approximately every 11 years, the sun waxes and wanes in magnetic activity, culminating in solar maximum, when the solar magnetic field is so stressed that flares .

  8. Kazrazragore Reply

    A solar flare is a sudden flash of increased brightness on the Sun, usually observed near its surface and in close proximity to a sunspot group. Powerful flares are often, but not always, accompanied by a coronal mass ejection. Even the most powerful flares are barely detectable in the total solar irradiance (the "solar constant").

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