A 75,000 mile wide hole has emerged on the surface of the sun.
The sunspot captured by NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory has been named Active Region 12665 and has been observed between the 5th and 11th of July.
Nasa released a statement saying the 75,000 mile (12,000km) spot is sizable enough to produce solar flares, which have the ability to disrupt communication satellites and initiate radiation storms. “It could be the source for some solar flares, but it is too early to predict just what it will do.”
Solar flares of this magnitude are quite common and in October 2015 a flare 50 times the size of earth was measured. These types of flairs have the ability to produce beautiful auroras on Earth, initiate geometric storms and temporarily change Earth’s climate.
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