Extremely sunny: How magnetic explosions can affect space weather

Mystery Wire

MYSTERY WIRE A magnetic explosion on the sun put on a display like we’ve never seen before, and what scientists learned could help us better predict the weather in space.

A solar “prominence” — much like a solar flare — produced a huge explosion as magnetic fields on the sun snapped and realigned.

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