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Solar Storm Travelling At 1,800,000km/h To Hit Earth Tomorrow – UNILAD

A solar storm travelling at 1.8 million km/h is due to hit Earth this weekend, potentially impacting our satellite technology. Categorised as a G1 class storm,…

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A solar storm travelling at 1.8 million km/h is due to hit Earth this weekend, potentially impacting our satellite technology.
Categorised as a G1 class storm, the impacts are expected to be minor but could include power grid fluctuations, impact on satellite operations, and even impacts on migratory animals when it hits tomorrow, May 2.
It comes as a hole in the equatorial region of the suns atmosphere has appeared, researchers have said, which is emitting solar particles directly…

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