Strong Solar Flare Strikes Earth, Cutting off Radio Europe And Africa.
As the sun awakens from its nap, auroras have already been whirling through the skies this week
Today's sky observers experience the sun's blows. after a stunning display of auroras with green hues.
On Friday, August 26, the sun blasted yet another round of solar flares into the atmosphere.
At 7:5 a.m. EDT (116 GMT), a brief radio blackout that affected people in Europe and Africa was being recorded by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said that a coronal mass ejection, often known as a big solar particle discharge
On Monday, August 29, a meteor may strike Earth, causing auroras to appear around the Arctic Circle.