Solar Flare To Hit Earth Tomorrow

A mass ejection from the Sun is anticipated, and space weather researchers are keeping an eye on it.

On June 15, a geomagnetic solar storm could be caused by the approaching flare.

If the CME makes contact, geomagnetic storms could occur.

A coronal mass ejection (CME) is a specific kind of solar flare.

The Earth's magnetic field exploits this enormous ejection of solar particles to shield us from it as it travels across space.

Each solar storm that impacts Earth is rated according to its intensity.

On June 15, there is a chance for both light and heavy storms.

The electrical grid and satellite communications may be slightly impacted by a modest solar storm.

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