Sun erupts with X-class solar flare and here’s the video to see it

A massive solar flare erupted from the sun on Saturday (Feb. 11), triggering a radio blackout across parts of Earth and setting the stage for more flares to come.

The massive solar flare, registered as a powerful X1.1 class event on the scale used for such solar storms, peaked at 10:48 am EST (1548 GMT) on Saturday, according to the US Space Weather Prediction Center (SWPC). ). operated by NOAA. It originated from an area of ​​the sun called Active Region 3217 and created a temporary radio blackout in South America, the center said. NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory captured stunning video of the solar flare.

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