Solar emission a Strong solar flare on Friday, February 9, which peaked at noon, and was rated as X3.3.
Class X refers to More intense flaresWhile the number provides more information about its strength.
Glow in blue and green
NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO). Watch the sun constantlyI took a photo of the event.
You can see a bright flash in it from the bottom right. The image shows a subset of intense ultraviolet light highlighting the extremely hot material in the flares, which is colored Bluish greenNASA reports.
Solar flares are Powerful energy blasts. Solar flares and flares can affect radio communications, electrical power grids, and navigation signals and pose risks to spacecraft and astronauts.
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