US – X1-class solar flare, the most powerful of its kind, burst out of a sunspot on Thursday, October 28, in the strongest storm seen in the current weather cycle.
NASA reported this flare as “significant” explaining it was caught on real-time video.
The solar flare eruption comes with a CME, a large eruption of charged particles that can cause major geomagnetic storms and disrupt satellites, power and communications when it enters the atmosphere.
This disruption is planning to hit the earth on October 30th and 31st.
It is possible that this kind of flare will give a colorful aurora borealis and aurora australis light shows.