It was unleashed on March 6 2012 when a massive solar flare erupted from the Sun. Every space weather scientists are now closely inspecting the Sun’s activity. Because this storm could hinder with satellite communication and power grids.
Here is a video of the solar flare that NASA captured as it erupted and hurled a “big blob of magnetized material” toward the earth.
The AR1429 sunspot region shout off a solar flare on Sunday and two more, day before yesterday. This region of the Sun is currently pointing almost directly at our Earth which means that this could have a big impact on earth.
According to The New York Times, the coronal mass ejection will hit earth at about 1:30 a.m. on Thursday morning.
On Tuesday, there was a storm on the surface of the Sun. Its waves i.e. the Sun storm is traveling toward Earth at over 4 million miles an hour speed right now, which means it could arrive as early as between 1:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m. eastern time tonight. It could affect a lot of things.