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A recent eruption on the sun could disrupt electronics and communication networks here on Earth over the next few days.
The good news is the planet has escaped the brunt of this week's solar storm - the biggest solar event in six years.
The bad news is the sun is entering an active phase, and it is hard to predict the intensity of future storms or when they will happen.
Paula Kruger reports (18.2.2011) on abc.net
Solar storm lapping at Earth, disrupts some radio transmissions, but no big problems expected
By The Associated Press (CP) – 16 hours ago
WASHINGTON — Scientists say a solar flare the evening of Feb. 14 is causing radio disruptions and may put on a cool sky show Thursday and Friday nights in some northern regions. But they say the solar storm zapping Earth is not that big or troublesome.
Bob Rutledge, who is lead forecaster for the U.S. government's Space Weather Prediction Center, said the solar X-ray flare is the largest of its type since December 2006. But that's mostly because the sun's been unusually quiet for nearly five years.
This solar storm rates an R-3 on a five point scale. It's on the weak end of what's considered strong, but still there are about 175 of those every decade or so. Rutledge said some commercial airliners have reported radio disruptions, but no harm.