Explosion of Solar Storm or commonly called a coronal mass ejection (CME) is predicted have an impact on the Earth. Solar eruptions that occurred on Wednesday, is forecast to head to Earth.
Space agency NASA reported, phenomenon of decline in CME from the Sun is reportedly going to arrive at Earth within one to three days. Observation of the Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatory and the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory, ESA / NASA shows regardless CME from the Sun at speeds 375 miles per second.
CME phenomenon is also commonly referred to as solar storm, which can cause geomagnetic storms when the explosion hit the Earth’s magnetosphere. That said, this phenomenon can also disrupt electrical systems on Earth and influence the GPS satellite-based communication systems.
NASA reported CME traveling at the speed of 375 miles per second toward Earth will not cause geomagnetic storms. Only, the impact of CME is likely to cause aurora phenomena near the poles of the Earth. Solar Storm
CME is now being tracked by the Space Weather Prediction Center at the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration. NASA is expected to provide the latest information on the sun burst some time to come. Solar Storm
Wikipedia explains, CME or coronal mass burst of solar wind is a huge explosion, the light isotope plasma, and magnetic fields in the solar corona ejected. CME is derived from an active region on the Sun’s surface. Solar Storm
The ejected material is a plasma consisting of electrons and protons. Scientists also believe that the sun burst contains elements helium, oxygen and iron. Solar Storm