NASA Releases Astonishing Pictures Of The Sun Emitting Solar Flares

This looks seriously incredible & alarming.

NASA Releases Astonishing Pictures Of The Sun Emitting Solar Flares
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We can trust NASA on updating us with the ongoing activities in the solar system. This time around they shared a bunch of incredible pictures along with some news.

Recently, NASA shared the pictures of the sun emitting solar flares. This event occurred a total of three times in space for two days according to them. The flares did not seem to affect anyone physically. Here's everything you need to know about it.

NASA released the pictures of the sun on the 3rd of April.

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NASA released the pictures of the mid-level bursts of radiation which occurred on April 2 and 3.

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This image was captured on the 2nd of April, 4:02 a.m.

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This one was captured on the same date at 4:33 p.m.

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This last image was captured on the 3rd of April at 10:29 a.m.

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No need to run for your lives yet!

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Even though the images bring in a wave of panic, no one's in harm's way yet. So there is no need to panic yourselves into thinking you'll be physically harmed, as NASA assured.

The radiation actually couldn't pass through.

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"Harmful radiation from a flare cannot pass through Earth's atmosphere to physically affect humans on the ground," NASA said.

Reports suggest that the flares didn't continue on after that.

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Also read: Solar Flares launch Beautiful Radiation in NASA's latest Video. But are they harmful?

But it did affect the radio communication a little bit.

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"The flares can disturb the atmosphere in the layer where GPS and communications signals travel.People who might have noticed these blackouts include ham radio operators and mariners using low-frequency rigs for communication at frequencies below 10 MHz," mentioned on their website.

Aren't these images just amazing?