Solar storm headed to earth
Published: March 24, 2019
A geomagnetic storm from the sun might bring the aurora borealis, the northern lights as far south as Colarado. If the storm does not change its course which it usually does, the shift can prevail for a longer period. The northern lights are formed due to the collision between the gaseous particles in the Earth’s atmosphere. Solar storm is a sudden disturbance in the sun that affects the entire solar system.
Topics: Aurora • Earth's magnetic field • Geomagnetic storm • Light sources • Natural sciences • Physical sciences • Plasma physics • Solar phenomena • Solar storm • Space plasmas • Space Science • Space weather