NASA captures `mid-level` solar flare

NASA has captured mid-level solar flares at its Solar Dynamics Observatory.

Washington: NASA has captured mid-level solar flares at its Solar Dynamics Observatory.
According to NASA , the solar flares, which have been classified as an M6.5-class flare, caused short-lived impacts to high frequency radio communications on the sunlit side of Earth.
The agency said that the initial solar radio observations suggest a coronal mass ejection (CME) was likely associated with this even, but any transient would not likely have a trajectory directly at Earth, and that more analysis will be conducted as more data becomes available.

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