Sunspot with Potential  in Size Overnight

for Solar Flares Doubles

A sunspot pointing

 toward Earth has the potential to cause solar flares

experts told it's far from

 unusual and eased concerns over how flares would affect the Blue Planet.

Said Rob Steenburgh

Active Region 3038, or AR3038, has been growing over the past week.

He said.

"This is what sunspots do, Over time, generally, they'll grow. They go through stages, and then they decay."

According to NASA,

Sunspots appear darker because they are cooler than other parts of the sun's surface.

Sunspots are cooler because

 they form where strong magnetic fields prevent heat within the sun from reaching its surface.

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