Arabia Weather - Sun activity led to an increase in solar flare production during the past 24 hours, up to 20 degrees Celsius compared to yesterday, and in particular the northwestern region produced an explosion near sunspot AR348, where the explosion occurred at 7 o’clock this morning, Saturday. According to UTC, the explosion sent projectiles into space shortly before, as the active region AR3483 also exploded in the northwest amid a flare release,
According to the latest data in “Arab Weather”, the last glow is expected to reach Earth tonight, as the aurora borealis phenomenon is expected to occur late today and early morning on Sunday.
See the locations where the aurora borealis will form tonight, according to NASA
According to the latest solar activity reports received, solar activity is still low, but the burning production has increased significantly over the past day, and the sun produced 20 degrees Celsius yesterday, which is a significant increase compared to what the sun produces daily.
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