Posted July 16, 2018 08:25:42 We all know about the solar flares, but how do you get rid, or at least minimise, them?
With the help of this new tool, Google Earth, you can find out the locations of the solar flare, solar storm and sunspot cycle.
This is useful if you’re worried about a solar flare or solar storm, but you don’t want to be too busy trying to find out how to find them.
If you want to see the location of solar flares on Google Earth as well, you’ll need to download Google Earth from the Google Play Store, which includes the latest version of the application.
Then, go to Google Earth’s main screen, and click the Google Earth icon in the top right.
Once there, you should see the geo map of the Earth.
You can select the area of the globe to zoom in on.
Once zoomed in enough, you will notice the geo images are all overlaid.
If you want more detail, you could click the zoom icon at the top of the screen and choose ‘Edit’.
Once you’ve zoomed into a region, you want the geo image to be as large as possible, so click the little ‘plus’ sign next to the image you want zoomed on.
The geo image will be expanded and will show you the full area of your map.
You’ll notice that in the above image, the solar activity is higher than in the previous one.
This means that the Earth is currently undergoing a solar storm.
This occurs when the sun passes through a region of the Sun known as the corona.
As the coronal mass ejection (CME) continues to accelerate, the pressure of the sun’s magnetic field increases, causing it to heat up.
This causes the Sun to explode and produce a coronal hole.
Once the CME ends, it will have caused an eruption that will produce the Sun’s magnetic storm.
If the coronas activity is low, then the sun will become less active.
If the activity is high, then a solar eruption will occur, and the corons are much more active than usual.
Once you see the geospatial coordinates of the coronet, you may be able to use it to search for other places where you could be seeing solar flares.
If so, you won’t be able see them if you don’ t have Google Earth installed.