A solar storm moving rapidly towards the Earth can hit the Earth today. According to experts, this Geomagnetic Storm is expected to hit the Earth’s atmosphere on Tuesday or Wednesday. Due to the flames of the Sun, this storm is coming towards the Earth at a speed of more than 1.6 million kilometers per hour and it is expected to hit the Earth soon.
A hole has formed in the Sun’s atmosphere, from which charged particles and high-speed solar winds are coming out. This fast-moving storm can knock in some parts of the planet between July 13 and July 14 (Tuesday to Wednesday). The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has said that the speed of these winds running at a speed of 1.6 million kilometers per hour may also increase.
Experts fear that due to the collision of this storm with the atmosphere, there may be a lot of movement. This collision can disrupt the satellite signal. It can also have a direct effect on radio signals, communication, and weather. Say that these strong winds can bring geomagnetic storms in the Earth’s magnetosphere, which can affect mobiles, GPS, satellite TV, air travel, etc.
Earlier, the National Weather Service’s Space Weather Prediction Center had predicted a G-1-class geomagnetic storm in June. At the same time, the biggest solar storm of 4 years was seen recently, which caused a radio blackout over the Atlantic.