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Solar storm "snowplows" passing through the earth can cause problems in the power grid

Experts say that recent solar storms that have spread beyond the Earth can cause problems for satellites and the national power grid.

Meteorological data show that nearby solar flares blew high-density plasma toward Earth, causing geomagnetic storms in at least two US states.

The July 1st CME hit is part of the solar storm rash as the sun goes through periods of active activity.

CMEs are solar eruptions called coronal mass ejections, which are massive emissions of plasma from the outer layers of the sun called coronal mass ejections.

This massive emission of particles from the Sun passes through space and the Earth uses its magnetic field to protect us from the Sun.

An expert at reported:

"CME passed near Earth on July 1. It never hit the magnetic field of our planet directly."

Scientists said I predicted that "near misses" could affect the Earth's magnetic field.

"Instead, it made itself known by'snowing'high-density plasma in our direction," said an expert at

According to the website, there were some problems in Upper Midwest and further west of Washington, such as Minnesota.

Solar flares.
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In these states, says: I am saying. 

"Near miss caused a minor G1 class geomagnetic storm with aurora."

Aurora caused a solar storm. Is one of the positive elements of.

The most famous example is the aurora.

These natural light displays are examples of the Earth's magnetosphere being attacked by the solar wind, creating beautiful green and blue shapes in the sky.

Sun and Earth.
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The Earth's magnetic field is more extreme The result of the sun's emission and flare, but not all of them can be stopped.

If the sun's emission hits the earth directly, it can cause a strong solar storm.

This can cause problems with power grids, satellite communications, and even wireless power outages.

In 1989, a powerful sun eruption shot so many charged particles on Earth that Quebec, Canada, went out of power for nine hours.

This story originally appeared inThe Sunand was duplicated here with permission.