Huge Unexpected Solar Storm Smashes Into Earth From Mystery Source

Earth was pounded by a gigantic sun oriented storm late on September 26 through to today, and the reason is hazy.

At around 10 p.m. UTC (6 p.m. ET) on September 26, the U.S. Public Maritime and Barometrical Organization's (NOAA) Space Climate Expectation Center (SWPC) delivered a space weather conditions

alert expressing that a geomagnetic K-list of 4 was normal — basically a sign that World's attractive field was by and large somewhat impacted by some sun powered movement.

Inside two or three hours the SWPC's alarm was refreshed to caution of a K5 storm

then, at that point, a K6, and by 2:17 a.m. UTC on September 27, a caution for a K-record of 7 or more prominent was given.

This compares to areas of strength for a tempest that can possibly set off cautions on power framework security gadgets

cause expanded drag and direction issues for satellites, discontinuous GPS route issues

and flash auroras in U.S. states from Pennsylvania to Iowa and Oregon, the SWPC said