Back­ground for Earth Fac­ing CME

HempHere Is a lit­tle back­ground on why a CME (coro­nal mass ejec­tion) should be of some con­cern to us [check the cur­rent news]. The solar storm of 1859 (also known as the Car­ring­ton Event) was a pow­er­ful geo­mag­netic solar storm dur­ing solar cycle 10 (18551867). A solar coro­nal mass ejec­tion (CME) hit Earth’s mag­ne­tos­phere and induced one of the largest geo­mag­netic storms on record, Sep­tem­ber 12, 1859. The asso­ci­ated “white light flare” in the solar pho­to­s­phere was observed and recorded by British astronomers Richard C. Car­ring­ton (18261875) and Richard Hodg­son (18041872). The now-​standard unique IAU iden­ti­fier for this flare is SOL1859-​0901.

A solar storm of this mag­ni­tude occur­ring today would cause wide­spread dis­rup­tions and dam­age to a mod­ern and technology-​dependent soci­ety The solar storm of 2012 was of sim­i­lar mag­ni­tude, but it passed Earth’s orbit with­out strik­ing the planet.


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