Solar CME Plasma Storm to Hit Earth on August 3rd 2010
The Sun has become highly active of late on Sunday which is quite ironic the Sun experienced some complex magnetic solar flare and eruption activity and began to blast plasma emissions hurdling towards the Earth. The Sun erupted with a bubble of CME or Coronal Mass Ejection that will no doubt strike the planet sometime August 3rd most likely at night and cause a possible spectacle. A brilliant light show could be seen around the globe especially in the Northern areas of the planet. An unscheduled Aurora Borealis could possibly put on a dazzling display due to the recent solar flare activity from our Sun. This phenomena mostly occurs in the Arctic regions however because of the solar flare emissions it drags the Aurora Borealis effect south of the Arctic regions. The plasma flares should not cause any damage to satellite or electronic grids or equipment according to scientists who are monitoring the arrival of the plasma emissions. That will remain to be seen , the extent of this CME impact will be something to watch for.