1. 'No need to panic' as sunspot with potential for solar flares doubles in size overnight, scientists say  Phys.org
  2. A giant sunspot the size of 3 Earths is facing us right now  Space.com
  3. Solar flare risk rises! Earth may get blackouts, GPS problems and Auroras  HT Tech
  4. Giant sunspot doubles in size. What happens if solar flare hits Earth?  USA TODAY
  5. A solar flare could be headed our way if this enormous sunspot bursts  Interesting Engineering
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A sunspot pointing toward Earth has the potential to cause solar flares, but experts told USA TODAY it's far from unusual and eased concerns over how flares would affect the Blue Planet.

'No need to panic' as sunspot with potential for solar flares doubles in size overnight, scientists say

A HUGE sunspot which doubled in size over a 24-hour period is now directly facing Earth, meaning a large solar flare could strike the planet.A HUGE sunspot which doubled in size over a 24-hour period is now directly facing Earth, meaning a large solar flare could strike the planet.

Solar storm warning: Earth faces 'direct' hit as giant sunspot DOUBLES in size in 24 hours | Science | News | Express.co.uk

A huge spot on the Sun is getting bigger and pointing towards Earth – but there is nothing to worry about yet.A huge spot on the Sun is getting bigger and pointing towards Earth – but there is nothing to worry about yet.

Huge spot appears on the Sun and begins to grow – but there is nothing to panic about yet | The Independent

A dangerous sunspot has doubled in size in the last 24 hours, says NASA. And now, it threatens the Earth with the possibility of a solar flare emission that can cause radio blackouts across the planet.A dangerous sunspot has doubled in size in the last 24 hours, says NASA. And now, it threatens the Earth with the possibility of a solar flare emission that can cause radio blackouts across the planet.

Enormous sunspot creates solar flare scare for Earth; NASA says high risk of blackouts | Tech News

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A sunspot nearly triple the size of Earth is within firing range of our planet, and may send out medium-class flares in the near future.The fast-growing sunspot doubled in size in 24 hours and may produce medium-class flares.

A giant sunspot the size of 3 Earths is facing us right now | Space

Sunspot AR3038 is facing the Earth and has gone from 'big' to 'enormous' in the past 24 hours. It could result in a solar flare heading straight towards us. Sunspot AR3038 is facing the Earth and has gone from 'big' to 'enormous' in the past 24 hours. It could result in a solar flare heading straight towards us.

A solar flare could be headed our way if this enormous sunspot bursts

If the sunspot bursts, it could send a solar flare toward Earth, which could lead to the appearance of the aurora borealis phenomenon in Michigan.If the sunspot bursts, it could send a solar flare toward Earth, which could lead to the appearance of the aurora borealis phenomenon in Michigan.

Sunspot toward Earth could bring northern lights to Michigan

NASA is monitoring a gigantic sunspot called AR3038, which has doubled in size in the past 24 hoursNASA is monitoring a gigantic sunspot called AR3038, which has doubled in size in the past 24 hours

Massive sunspot facing Earth doubles in size; raises serious concerns | NewsBytes

A giant sunspot that doubled in size is now facing earth -- meaning a large solar flare could potentially strike the planet."Here comes the sun" never sounded so ominous: A giant sunspot that just doubled in size is facing Earth — meaning a large solar flare could potentially strike the planet.

M-class solar flare could soon head for earth

SPACE weather experts are keeping a close eye on an "enormous sunspot" that's doubled in size in the past 24 hours.The unstable patch on the solar surSPACE weather experts are keeping a close eye on an “enormous sunspot” that’s doubled in size in the past 24 hours. The unstable patch on the solar surface is directly facing Eart…

Huge sunspot set to burst and fling solar flare 'directly' at Earth causing geomagnetic storm | The Sun

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