The researcher used instruments from the Mackenzie Solar Observatory
Jean Pierre Raulin, a professor and researcher of radio astronomy and solar explosions at the Mackenzie Presbyterian University, recorded in pictures solar explosions that took place between 4 and 5 September. The mass traveled through space and hit the earth’s atmosphere on Wednesday (6), which should continue until Friday (8)…
Brazilian researchers report solar explosions that already hit Earth
The researcher used instruments from the Mackenzie Solar Observatory, such as the H-alpha solar telescope. The recorded solar activity is due to the rapid growth of the size and magnetic complexity of one of the active regions of the Sun, and that specific region doubled its size in 24 hours. The result was a series of solar outbreaks.
By reaching Earth, the mass from the Sun can bring geomagnetic storms to our planet, causing blackouts and disturbances in the globe’s telecommunications. So if your mobile network goes out of the air in the next few days, this may be the cause.