A large emission of plasma and magnetism from the sun has been detected in satellite data. This eruption is called a coronal mass ejection (CME) and occurs when the magnet on the star’s surface becomes unstable at the center of our solar system. The CME was discovered by NASA’s Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) spacecraft, with some claiming that the ejection looked like a doomsday machine from Star Trek.
The Doomsday Machine is a mechanical monster in space that has a large circular opening and a long, dim tail.
Thanks to Earth, CME was ejected from the direction of Earth.
The meteorological site Space Weather said: “A Doomsday engine-shaped coronal mass emission (CME) departed from the sun in the early hours of October 24th.
“It will not hit the earth. The source of the explosion was a fiber of the magnet near the sun’s northeast limb, which exploded unsteadily.”
If the storm had hit Earth, it would have caused auroras at the North or South Pole.
Auroras are created by the flow of magnetic particles that deflect the Earth’s magnetic shield.
As the particles are deflected, they create a stunning green and blue light scene at the top or bottom of the planet.
However, the effects can be far more severe than northern or southern lighting.
Solar particles can expand the Earth’s atmosphere.
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However, another major solar storm could occur, urging policymakers and researchers to invest in better infrastructure to look after our host star.
A recent study by the Skolkov Institute of Science and Technology in Russia said: “A major solar storm could shut down electricity, television broadcasting, the Internet and radio communications, leading to significant layered effects in many areas of life.
“According to some experts, the damage from such a catastrophic event could cost trillions of dollars and it could take up to 10 years for the infrastructure and economy to recover.
“Therefore, understanding and predicting the most dangerous extreme events is important to protect society and technology against the global dangers of space weather.”