Solar winds have recently been one of the primary reasons behind dangerous solar storms on Earth. But what exactly are they? NASA reveals the truth.
A couple of weeks ago, a strange incident took place. In a horrifying development, the Earth’s magnetic field was cracked open and solar radiation and magnetic flux rushed inside and caused an unexpected and dangerous solar storm. NASA later explained the event to be Co-rotating Interaction Regions (CIR). These CIR are caused when stunningly fast moving solar winds from different directions strike the earth, stretching apart its magnetic field and creating cracks in it. Making our planet vulnerable to solar storms, these frightful solar winds are more than dangerous. But what exactly are they and how are they contributing to the solar storm problem on earth? Find out, the answer will open your mind to unnerving new information.
It should be noted that solar winds are not dangerous just for causing the CIR effect. Two out of the last three solar storms that occurred on the Earth were all brought on by solar winds and they not only accelerated the timeline for the hit on Earth but also made it far worse. They play an important role in bringing solar storms to our planet. But unlike the term itself, they are not really “wind”, as air doea not exist in space. Solar winds are just solar plasma in a state of high motion.
By: Miss Cherry May Timbol – Independent Reporter
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