Over the last few months, we have witnessed many solar storms and geomagnetic storm impacts. The solar storm frequency would likely increase, and it could arrive in 2025. Solar activity is at its peak, resulting in several dangerous solar phenomena, including solar storms, flares, geomagnetic storms, and so on.

As per the information of Spaceweather.com, the impacts of the solar storm didn’t have any impact on the solar wind data. This happens due to the solar wind blowing strongly and covering its effects. The geomagnetic storm resulted in fascinating and mid-latitude auroras in the United States.

A famous photographer, Ethan Hohnke, captured a thought-provoking image of the Northern lights from Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, located near Empire, Michigan, on September 2. The local time of this incident was 9:45 PM. This astonishing and stellar image is also posted on Instagram.

The last night was epic because northern lights could also be seen shaking over the water of Lake Michigan before the blue moon rose. The G2 geomagnetic storm sparked auroras and caused voltage fluctuations along with other high-altitude power systems. In terms of additions, this is likely to cause a disturbance in the propagation of HF radio.

ISRO has recently launched its first solar mission, which is Aditya-L1. Once it is placed in the objective location, it will help scientists to observe so many solar activities. The most important aim of this mission is to explore the coronal mass ejections and solar flares. This weekend, multiple residents of the US have shared the aurora views from their perspective places.

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