Beautiful Auroras visible in the Arctic Circle, caused by Solar wind hitting our planet!

Auroras caused by Solar wind

Solar wind or solar flares are currently hitting our planet. NASA confirmed from its images that the planet is constantly getting hit by Solar wind. This cosmic event is going on in our planets’ atmosphere. Previously NASA said solar flares will hit Earth on March 30 and 31 2020.

As predicted by the site, a stream of solar winds has been detected outside Earth’s magnetic field. Like other solar emissions, solar winds are released from the corona, which is the Sun’s upper atmosphere. They contain highly-charged particles that can affect the magnetic field of Earth.

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A website noted that the stream of solar flares currently battering Earth is minor and will not cause a geomagnetic storm powerful enough to affect electric and communication devices on the planet.

The site stated yesterday “As predicted, a stream of solar wind is buffeting Earth’s magnetic field today, March 30th,”. A full-fledged geomagnetic storm will not happen. But the action of the solar wind will spark dynamic auroras around the Arctic Circle. The gaseous material is flowing from a southern hole in the sun’s atmosphere.

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But that is not it. These radiations are not at all that good. Yes, they are soothing to the eye. But, they have a lot of negative effects on our planet. Our planet is heated up, because of solar flares. The surface temperature is quite high right now. It leads to global warming. Because when the planet is heated up, glaciers lose their water retentiveness. Again, yes, it looks good to the eye. But, it is harmful.

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