NASA takes a solar flare

Two NASA satellites recorded at the end of September, a solar flare .
Solar flare which normally reaches a height of 150,000 km, much greater than the diameter of the Earth (12,700 miles), although there have been eruptions that reach a height higher. The solar flare shown in the figure below occurred in July of 2002, and the land was included in the image to get an idea of the size of the solar eruption.






According to NASA the eruption was so great that the two probes have been observed for about thirty hours between 26 and 27 September last year.
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