Nasa cameras captured an impressive, eye-catching solar flare

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A stunning solar flare exploded from the Sun's northeastern part on Sunday observed in several years. The eruption is captured by Nasa's Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO). On that footage it is seen that the flare is sending a beautiful arcing jet of super-heated plasma blasting off into space. SDO spacecraft captured the footage from left side of the sun.  

photo credit:NASA

Scientists measured Sunday’s flare just barely the 'M' class. Ratings wise, flares are classed as (weakest to strongest) B, C, M, and X. So according to scale of sun storm this flare placed in the middle. So, nothing to worry about this storm. Only X class storms are the most powerful events.  When it blows in the direction of Earth they can pose a danger to earth.

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