Sun eruption

NASA registered the most powerful flash of Sun eruption

Arrival of May is noted by fascinating solar eruption on the Wednesday, released the enormous wave of most powerful flash captured on the camera of the spacecraft of NASA. Sun eruption happened for the 2,5-hour period on Wednesday (on May 1) and was shown in “a huge running wave” on the Sun. Scientists call solar eruptions the emission of coronal weight – one of types of a storm, which can “shoot” billion tons of solar substance with a speed more than one million miles at an hour. When emissions are directed directly towards Earth, the most powerful flashes can constitute danger to satellites and astronauts in an orbit, and also to interfere with establishment of communication and navigation of networks. They even can damage land power infrastructures. But in day on the first of May eruption happened on the other side of the Sun and wasn’t directed on Earth. It prepared the dazzling bright wave of the plasma, which has increased from a surface of the Sun, and then directed in an outer space. Though flash is directed not towards Earth, some scientists predict revival of geomagnetic activity. Now the Sun is in an active phase of the 11-year cycle and, as expected, will reach the peak of activity this year. The observatory of solar dynamics of NASA is one of several spaceships, which bears continuous watch at the closest star of Earth, and traces weather and storm on the Sun. Mission, worth $850 000 000, is started in 2010 and writes down video of a high definition in several various lengths of waves, including in the ultra-violet range of a light range, which is used to make a video of Sun eruption on May 1.