Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Magnetic storm began at midnight on 9 October 2013, continued on 10 and 11 October.

Magnetic storm began at midnight on 9 October 2013, continued on 10 and 11 October.

According to U.S. experts, around midnight GMT-2 planetary Kp index of geomagnetic disturbances reached a value of five - the minimum level that is considered a magnetic storm.
E storm-induced plasma emission of the Sun, according to the Institute of Applied Geophysics and Center for Space Weather Forecasts U.S..
Stations in polar regions - Murmansk, Dixon, Amderma - also show storm (K-index of between seven and eight), a St. Petersburg, the index amounted to four.
According to scientists, the reason is the coronal mass - cloud of plasma ejected from the sun in recent days.
Peak times of the magnetic storm on Earth will reach on October 9 at night and early morning of October 10th.
However, experts predict that on Thursday October 10 and October 11, the magnetosphere of the planet will be subjected to storms.
By the end of the week the situation will be normalized.
Magnetic storms are often accompanied by headaches, migraines, heart palpitations, insomnia, poor health, low vitality.

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