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Solar TSunami 2010 to hit Earth : Solar Storm Warning by Nasa

Solar TSunami 2010 to hit Earth : Solar Storm Warning by Nasa

Solar TSunami 2010 to hit Earth or Solar Storm Warning by Nasa has been given. Nasa scientists warned that earth could hit by a solar tsunami or solar sunami anytime presently as an unusually complex magnetic eruption on the Sun has flung a large cloud of electrically charged particles towards our planet. Solar Storm or Solar TSunami from sun may hit Earth has been observed by several satellites, including NASA’s new Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) which has been recorded on Sunday a small solar flare erupting above sunspot 1092, the size of the Earth.

The satellites also recorded a large filament of cool gas stretching across the Sun’s northern hemisphere also exploded into space.

The explosion, called a coronal mass ejection, was aimed directly towards Earth, which then sent a “solar tsunami” or solar sunami racing 93 million miles across space, the New Scientist reported. You can check here the solar tsunami video here in the below link.

Click Here for solar tsunami August 2010 video

When the violent cloud hits, which could be anytime now, it could spark aurorae in the skies around the poles and pose a threat to satellites, although not a severe one. Despite being separated by hundreds of thousands of kilometres, the two events may be linked, said astronomers who studied the images from SDO.

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