Strongest Solar Flare News: Real-time monitoring and forecasting of solar and geophysical events data provider SPACE WEATHER PREDICTION CENTER (SWPC), NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION observed low-frequency communication, a wide area of blackouts and loss of contact with High-frequency radios for almost an hour Yesterday. This was the outcome of most sturdy solar flare after 2006. On Sept. 6, 2017, morning, when blasted energy super-heated the solar surface because of twists up and reconnects in sun’s magnetic field, blue planet received two solar flares. Scientists believe that in near future massive solar storm: Seattle, Portland, and even parts of N. Calif. Besides, two significant solar flares imaged by NASA’s SDO are Live Now.
Strongest Solar Flare After 2008 Resulted In R3 Radio Blackout
Space Weather Prediction Center (SWPC) data states last X9 flare occurred in 2006 (coming in at X9.0), while an X9.3 flare was observed at EDT (1202 GMT).
Besides, categorized under strongest sun-storm after 2015 (X2.2), X-class solar flare hit the earth yesterday at 5:10 a.m. EDT (0910 GMT). Fortunately, that existed just for 3 hours.
— NASA (@NASA) September 6, 2017
Waiting for the exact answer with the help of some coronagraph imagery Rob Steenburgh, SWPC space scientist said: “It was accompanied by radio emissions that suggest there’s a potential for a CME, we have to wait until we get some coronagraph imagery that would capture that event for a definitive answer.”
The band at which GPS and communications signals drive can be affected in case solar flares are too strong. Otherwise in a normal condition, “flare cannot linger through Earth’s atmosphere to materially feign humans on the ground,” said NASA.
Strongest Solar Flare News: After Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma, scientists believes that another storm is coming from the sun, facing on 6 September 2017.