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Earth can be hit by a flanking CME cloud.

The prediction of forecasters is that the earth can be hit by a flanking CME cloud that can spark like a solar storm today, April 28. The coronal mass ejection (CME) cloud is expected to pass with the touch of our planet, sparking another solar storm event. That was released on April 24 because the magnetic filament on the surface of the sun got unstable and exploded. This solar storm looks like it will hit the earth after a few hours. It was one of the strongest G4-class geometric storms, and now, in the coming time, we will experience another powerful storm on the earth’s surface. The information given by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)

According to a space weather report by NOAA forecasters, minor G1-class geomagnetic storms are possible on April 27. It was travelled around space on April 24 by an explosion in the sun’s southern hemisphere. The northern port of the earth probably touches our planet.

The solar storm had two sides that were incoming: first, on a luckier note, the CME is not a cannibal CME; it consumed other CME clouds along its way, and as a result, it’s become powerful; second, the CME did not strike each other but the glancing blow.

Because these factors they resulting in geomagnetic storm. However the things become worse if the CME meets solar wind and either changes direction this cause damage to our infrastructure in extreme condition it can damage satellites, disturb network and internet services.

NASA with its solar agencies like solar dynamic observatory (SDO) to National oceanic and atmospheric administration (NOAA) take continually observation on Sun based weather phenomena with the stands out is the DSCOVR satellite by NOAA. This satellite tracks different measurement of Sun and Atmosphere including temperature and wavelength and frequency.

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