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Saturday, November 1, 2014

Austrian scientists noted major eruption on the Sun

Scientists from the University of Graz in Austria this week noted one of the most powerful eruption of solar radiation, which occurred during the past 10 years, resulting in interference of radio waves.
NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory captured this ultraviolet-light image of an X1.1 flare erupting from the sun on Oct. 19, 2014. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1x8O65G)
The eruption is recorded by Kanzelhoehe Observatory at the University of Graz. Scientists say the energy eruption of Sun can cause disturbances in Earth's magnetic field, thus affecting the engineering systems on Earth and space.

The Sun eruption, such as coronal mass ejection and draw energy from the strong magnetic fields in sunspots, according to a report quoted by Xinhua.

Astrid Veronig, head of Austrian Observatory argued that the current group of sunspots facing the Earth and in the southern part of the Sun has a diameter of 125,000 kilometers. The spots are very large so it can be seen without a telescope.
However, the agency stated, it is still only half of the total size of sunspots were recorded in October 2013, a period marked by the emergence of extreme glow that appears on the aurora can be seen from Austria though.

The scientists added another disturbance in the Earth's magnetic field through the turbulent space weather may still happen again in the next few weeks. Natural phenomena are also observed on the Sun eruptions US - National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) at the beginning of this year. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | XINHUA | SPACE.COM]
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