An enormous sunspot
that has doubled in size in only 24 hours is now facing Earth—meaning it could send a solar flare our way.
Sunspots are dark
areas on the sun's surface that are associated with intense bursts of radiation.
Sunspots are relatively cool
because they form over areas where the sun's magnetic fields are particularly strong they prevent heat from reaching its surface
Sunspot growing in size recently
is known as AR3038. NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory shows how the sunspot has evolved over the past day
The magnetic field associated
with the sunspot means it could potentially send an M-class solar flare at Earth—the second-strongest type
Although M-class flares
are the second-strongest type of solar flares, they only tend to cause moderate radio blackout events.
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