The sun has shown an increasing number of “sunspots” as well as other “structures” on its surface, according to the latest images and research. According to The Independent, these ‘sunspots’ – astronomical phenomena formed by the appearance of spots caused by the concentration of magnetic fluxes – are under the eyes of astronomers as there is a danger that these filamentous structures are throwing debris on Earth, with devastating effects..
“Sunspots” can cause solar flares and manifest as solar storms, and there is currently no indication which areas of the sun are most at risk of becoming the site of a solar eruption.
According to some researchers, the development of these ‘sunspots’ can cause magnetic imbalances and cause power outages, as well as problems with various equipment, such as satellites, GPS and even electrical distribution on Earth. The spots that have been revealed that are worrying scientists are precisely facing the Earth’s surface.
The largest spot discovered, which bears the name AR3055, has a diameter of more than 100,000 km. It is still not clear how these regions are formed in the sky and whether they increase in size after their appearance.
At present, according to the US Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Space Weather Prediction Center, space has stable weather conditions, and the only relevant phenomenon is a relatively small geomagnetic storm, at worst, if it has effects on Earth, it can cause small fluctuations in networks The distribution of electricity, slight effects on the work of satellites, and affect the migration pattern of some animals and the appearance of the aurora borealis.
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