A Gigantic Sunspot
Has swelled to twice Earth's size, doubling its diameter in 24 hours, and it's pointed right at us.
The Sunspot, Called Ar3038,
Grew to 2.5 times Earth's size — making the sunspot roughly 19,800 miles, or 31,900 kilometers, in diameter
Sunspots Are Dark Patches
On the sun's surface where powerful magnetic fields, created by the flow of electric charges from the sun's plasma
The Resulting Release of Energy
Launches bursts of radiation called solar flares and generates explosive jets of solar material called CMEs.
When a Solar Flare
Hits Earth's upper atmosphere, they can cause radio blackouts and auroras or northern lights.
Solar Flares Travel at Lightspeed
They take only 8 minutes to reach us, from an average distance of about 93 million miles (150 million kilometers).
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