ANOTHER Solar Storm  Way This Week

Could Be Heading Our

SpaceWeather.com Experts Explained

A minor geomagnetic storm is possible this week in response to a pair of approaching CMEs.

Each Solar Storm

That hits Earth is graded by severity and this one is only expected to be a "G1 minor"

This Means It Could

Cause weak power grid fluctuations and have a small impact on satellite communications.

A G1 Storm Can Also

Confuse migrating animals that rely on the Earth's magnetic field for a sense of direction.

One Good Thing

About solar storms is that they can produce very pretty natural light displays like the northern lights.

Those Natural Light Displays

Are called auroras and are examples of the Earth's magnetosphere getting bombarded by solar wind, which creates the pretty green and blue displays.

Hubble Telescope Spots  Forming In A Violent Way

Jupiter-Like Planet