Jordan | Pictures of the huge sunspot 3664, whose impact now reaches strongly to the Earth, as it appeared with the telescope from Wadi Rum.

2024-05-11 2024-05-11T16:35:51Z
ندى ماهر عبدربه
ندى ماهر عبدربه
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Photographer Abdul Hadi captured images of the huge sunspot 3664, whose impact now reaches strongly to the Earth, as it appeared with the telescope shortly before in Wadi Rum. He said in a post on Facebook:

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Pictures of the huge sunspot 3664, whose impact now reaches strongly to the Earth, as it appeared with a telescope a short while ago from Wadi Rum.
This spot generated the largest geomagnetic storm in nearly 20 years (category G5). Now it is receding to (G3 category), but it is not over yet, and it may be renewed at any moment.

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