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NASA Captures High-Resolution Image of Class X1 Solar Flare: One of the Most Violent Flares



A violent solar flare has been captured in high-resolution images taken by NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory.

this week, NASA We have successfully captured a high-resolution image of an intense solar flare that occurred on October 2nd. This phenomenon corresponds to the X1 category used to classify the most violent explosions produced by the Sun.

solar flare they are powerful energy blasts Specifically, according to the space agency, they are described as “sudden and intense releases of electromagnetic radiation in the sun’s chromosphere.”

Additionally, they note, “it can affect radio communications, power grids and navigation signals, and pose a hazard to spacecraft and astronauts.”

This image, taken by NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory, shows a bright flash corresponding to a solar flare in the upper right of the image. It also reveals an “extreme ultraviolet subset” that highlights very hot material within the flare.

Solar flares are being studied

actually, There are organisms devoted to the daily study of solar activity ,like him Space Weather Forecast Centeris responsible for space weather forecasting with support from NASA.

The space agency “constantly monitors solar and space weather with a fleet of spacecraft that study everything: from the sun’s activity, to the sun’s atmosphere, to the particles and magnetic fields in the space surrounding the Earth.”

Astronomer He pointed out that the solar cycle is becoming more intense , which usually occurs in the lifetime of stars. They are not harmful to the Earth, but they can produce auroras visible from Earth, which can result in a beautiful astronomical spectacle.

Source: Biobiochile

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