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A sudden solar storm with “disruptive potential” hits the Earth – Livescience.com

A stream of supercharged particles from the Sun recently collided with Earth without warning. (Image credit: Shutterstock) (Opens in a new tab) Scientists were recently left baffled after a “potentially devastating” solar storm hit Earth without warning. Sudden solar storm struck a land Just before midnight UTC on June 25 and continued throughout most of …

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A huge solar explosion may be heading towards Earth – interesting engineering

Astronomers have noticed a massive solar outburst but aren’t entirely sure if it’s headed toward Earth. NEWSWEEK mentioned. Over the past few weeks, the surface of the Sun has had some interesting activity. AR3038 sunspot, which faces the Earth and was expected to die, has become larger and is now Three times the size of …

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Watch: Five planets line up in a rare planetary parade for the first time in 18 years – NDTV

The alignment has been happening since June 10. Five planets from the solar system, separated by billions of kilometers, appeared in the pre-dawn sky in a rare planetary conjunction that won’t repeat until 2040. Mercury, Mars, Venus, and Saturn recently appeared in the sky above Earth. The Five planets gathered together As they move in …

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How many ice ages has the Earth lived, and can humans live during one? – Conversation

Nosy Kids It is a series for children of all ages. If you have a question that you’d like an expert to answer, send it to curiouskidsus@theconversation.com. How many ice ages has the Earth lived, and can humans live during one? – Mason C, 8 years old, Hobbs, New Mexico First, what is a file …

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