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It's a dazzling northern lights display in this guys over Norway from our closest star 93 million miles away our solar storm.
Now playing in the world theater matter sinks down into the sends it cools and then as he gets hot -- there's like Pepsi had to -- churning inside the sun's radiation -- that the sun and travels through space.
As the solar wind.
Look -- that radiation -- way the Earth's magnetic field duplex most of it.
The magnetic field protects us -- what that does -- -- is the Aurora Borealis the northern northern lights a big chunk of the sun's atmosphere hurled toward earth Sunday.
Cars and solar flare to pull the northern lights further -- The sun generates a lot of energy and that radiation gets gets pushed.
Through space and a lot of people -- kind of worried about that but really all it's gonna happen is it's going to be in the magnetic field a little bit.
And that could cause some.
-- long range communication issues.
Phone service may pick up the energy is so powerful it could interfere with high frequency radio communication.
Used by airlines.
Navigating flights between North America Europe and Asia have this one of the biggest solar storm since 2003 and again in 2005.
So big don't airlines here had to re -- some of their trans polar flights between the US and Asia to avoid impact with all that radiation.
Delta re directed at least half a dozen planes Tuesday afternoon.
And astronauts aboard the International Space Station.
May yet to shield themselves to avoid a heightened dose of solar radiation but here on earth -- state that's been happening since you know.
The sun and the earth have been here and -- still here so it's not anything we have to worry about the space between his fingers represents the size of birth.
Compare that to decide -- one of those players next it oh yeah huge.
-- this is great this is like the highlight of my day right then knowing that this is happening.
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