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Alert! NASA Warns Of Dangerous Solar Flares That Will Impact Earth

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As it reaches the peak in its 11-year-old cycle, our Sun will become even more active. NASA says that it will unleash more volatile solar flares or CMEs.

First, solar Flares are among the most explosive and influential events in the solar system. 

Solar flares continue to cause terror, and there is no end to their destructive power. 

NASA recently warned that significant solar eruptions will become more common as we approach solar maximum in 2025.

The Solar Cycle 25 began in December 2019 and is currently underway. The Sun's activity increases until it reaches its maximum level during the solar cycle.

NASA's latest blog warned that solar events will continue increasing as we approach solar maximum in 2025. 

This will significantly impact our lives and technology, as well as satellites and astronauts in orbit.

NASA claims, "Huge solar eruptions, called coronal mass ejections (CMEs), will likely increase in frequency as we near the peak of the Sun's 11-year activity cycle – called solar maximum – in 2025." 

NASA also shared a video that showed several CMEs shortly after the last solar maximum.

The increased frequency of solar flares and storms will impact radio communications, electric grids, navigation signals, and radio communications on Earth. 

It also poses risks for astronauts and spacecraft.