Solar storm warning: G1-class geomagnetic storm to hit Earth today, NOAA says – radio blackout, auroras expected

NOAA experts have warned of a G1-class geomagnetic storm heading toward Earth today. Does it create auroras? All the details are known.

Dazzling auroras, disrupted power grids and next solar storm expected – what you need to know

Solar storms have always been a concern for Earthlings Geomagnetic storms. The 1859 Carrington Event, considered the most intense geomagnetic storm in history, created havoc with technology. During this very severe geomagnetic storm, telegraph communication failed all over the world, affecting communications.

To avoid a repeat occurrence and prepare ahead of time, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) track all solar storms and geomagnetic storm impacts Earth. According to NOAA experts, Earth is expected to be hit by a G1-class geomagnetic storm today.

NOAA forecasters say G1-class geomagnetic storms are possible on July 3rd. CME It is expected to graze the Earth’s magnetic field. An approaching CME is thrown into space by an exploded magnetic filament in space the sunSouthern Hemisphere,” the report notes.

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