Researchers have discovered a "weakly organized hole" in the upper layer of the solar atmosphere, the so-called corona, through which a stream of particles can escape into space. Holes like this are widespread, and researchers say that we are now in the midst of the outpouring of solar particles that will impact Earth from May 21 to 23. Cosmic Prediction Website Space Weather explained, "Solar wind is flowing from a poorly organized hole. In the solar atmosphere, the Earth's magnetic field is expected to be disrupted this week.
"This will lead to geomagnetic riots from May 21 to 23, but probably not to geomagnetic storms."
While the Earth is hit by the particles, Aurors will be hit this week.
Aurors, including Northern Lights ̵
While the magnetosphere is bombarded by solar winds, stunning blue lights can appear as this layer of the atmosphere detracts the particles.
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that the consequences of a solar storm can be far more serious than those of a northern or southern lights.
The Earth's magnetic field largely protects humans from the sunspot's ray, but solar storms can affect it using satellite-based technology.
Solar winds can warm the earth's atmosphere and cause it to expand.
This may affect satellites in orbit and possibly lead to a lack of GPS navigation, mobile signal and satellite television such as Sky
In addition, a particle impact can lead to high currents in the magnetosphere, which can lead to above-average electricity in power lines , which can lead to power failures in transformers and power plants and to a power failure.
People with high radiation levels are also susceptible to cancer.