The specialist noted that the outbreak was large, but not super-large.

“X is the highest class of flare X-ray activity.

6 - this means that there is still a six in front of that very ten, to some extent, which determines the class.

Accordingly, it is not yet clear what the threat is, because the question is whether all this will reach the Earth, whether it will reach the Earth.

If there is a coronal mass ejection, that is, an ejection of solar mass, from the Sun and, accordingly, reaches the Earth, then perhaps there will be some kind of cool magnetic storm.

Nothing bad will happen,” Sadovsky explained.

At the same time, according to him, “you shouldn’t expect a super magnetic storm.”

Earlier it became known that the largest explosion in seven years in this solar cycle was registered on the Sun on the night of Friday, February 23, between 00:00 and 02:00 Moscow time.