Astronomers have issued a warning about increasing solar activity in the Sun.
Scientists are concerned about rising temperatures around the world.
New Delhi. Scientists and astronomers are concerned about the rise in temperature around the world. Many reports have claimed that the temperature in the world will increase in the coming years. In such a situation, another news has made people worried. In fact, solar activity in the Sun is increasing rapidly. While astronomers had no idea it would happen before 2025. According to scientists, the maximum temperature of the Sun is expected to increase by the end of this year.
Earth’s magnetic field can have a bad effect
Alex James, a solar physicist at University College London, told Live Science: “The temperature of the Sun will peak prematurely and it will be a higher temperature than expected.” Due to the increase of the sun, many serious problems can start on the earth. During solar maximum, the magnetic field on the Sun is at its lowest, which is not good for the Earth, because the magnetic field acts as a shield that blocks solar radiation (solar flares) and causes solar flares and solar flares. Ejection (CME).
The explosion occurs due to the field formed on the sunspot.
According to NASA, “sunspots are areas that appear dark on the surface of the Sun. They appear black because they are cooler than other parts of the Sun’s surface. Magnetic field lines near sunspots cause explosions as they rearrange, producing solar flares. It releases a lot of radiation into space. The explosion released radiation that could interfere with our radio communications on Earth, NASA said.
Power grid problems could occur worldwide
In addition, another concern is the occurrence of solar storms, which consist of massive amounts of CMEs traveling through space and colliding with the Earth’s magnetic field. Geomagnetic storms can occur due to their influence. Due to this satellite, communication, internet connectivity and GPS may be interrupted or damaged. It can also lead to a power grid failure.
Keywords: NASA, solar system, Sun
FIRST POST: June 28, 2023, 8:04 a.m. HST