Powerful solar flare releases massive plasma plume, causing power outages across the South Pacific (video)

Powerful solar flare releases massive plasma plume, causing power outages across the South Pacific (video)

A powerful solar flare erupted from a giant, unstable sunspot last night, knocking out radio on Earth and shooting a column of hot plasma through the sun’s atmosphere at 900,000 mph (400 km/s).

The long-duration solar flare from the region of sunspot AR3575 began on Monday (February 5) at 8:30 PM EDT (0130 GMT on February 6) and peaked at 10:15 EDT (0315 GMT on February 6). February), according to a solar physicist. Keith Strong of Published details About the eruption on X.

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