A Solar Tornado Large Earth' Explodes on the Sun
Enough to 'Swallow the
As We near the Peak
Of the current solar cycle, also known as the solar maximum, in 2023, the Sun is getting more active than ever.
Just Last Week
On June 21, a gigantic 20,000 kilometers wide solar tornado was spotted erupting on the surface of the Sun.
Was so huge, it was claimed that the vortex of the tornado could swallow the entire Earth.
Usually Such Solar Eruptions
Are part of solar flares or coronal mass ejections (CME) that often trigger solar storms on our planet.
While a Solar Tornado in Itself
Is not dangerous, there was a risk that it could send powerful solar storms in the direction of the Earth.
The Solar Prominence That Caused
The tornado works exactly like a solar flare where a part of sun undergoes combustion and burst waves of solar material to the outer atmosphere.