Solar Storm caused by the Hole in the Sun will badly hit Earth Soon
Very high-speed solar winds from the "hole" in the sun are about to hit the earth's magnetic field in August.
Scientists observed that "gaseous material is flowing from a southern hole in the sun's atmosphere".
Geomagnetic storm are likely to cause by this observation - a coronal hole spewing ‘gaseous matter’
Mike Cook, who works in Space Weather Operations, said the hole increased the speed of the solar wind.
NOAA’s space weather prediction center classifies geometric storms in five stages – one being the weakest and five the strongest.
And the one set for this week will have a very low impact on satellites and technologies on Earth
It may confuse migratory animals that uses Earth’s magnetic field as a navigational tool.
This one did not erupt on the side of the sun facing Earth, but it exploded enough to be captured by NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory.
The solar flare itself does not cause a geomagnetic storm, only when the CME (coronal mass ejection) is associated with the flare and directed toward Earth.