Powerful flare blow up on the Sun on Monday, October 22, freeing up space radiation fluctuation, which have already led to short signal destruction on Earth.
Flash coming from the sunspot AR 11958 has reached its maximum brightness at 3:22 GMT yesterday, October 23, according to scientists from NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO),
the Space Telescope, vigilantly watching over the Sun with its high-definition cameras. The outbreak was attributed to a class X1.8, one of the most powerful classes of solar flares.
Solar flares can be divided into three classes according to power. The first row of the C-class flare, the weakest, followed by M-class flares, auroras can be charged, and finally the most high-energy events are X-class flares, which can cause strong geomagnetic storms on our planet and disrupt the operation of the cellular and damage the sensitive electronics on Earth and in Earth orbit.