New York, NY

Overcast Clouds Humidity: 52%
Wind: W at 10.8 M/S
54.662°F / 66.92°F
48.56°F / 65.75°F
50.036°F / 57.704°F

Sun Ejects Massive Flare - Headed toward Earth; Arrives Tuesday and Wednesday

Sun Ejects Massive Flare - Headed toward Earth; Arrives Tuesday and Wednesday

The Solar Astronomy Laboratory of the Institute of Space Research of the Russian Academy of Sciences recorded a powerful solar flare, which was assigned the highest score of X 1.1. The explosion occurred almost exactly on the Sun-Earth line, in the area of maximum impact on the planet.

The flare was accompanied by a large ejection of plasma masses towards the Earth.

Today, several coronal holes have merged into one giant coronal hole, 20 times the size of the Earth, shown in the image above. Flows from it, according to calculations, will reach the Earth by Tuesday-Wednesday.

Scientists warn that magnetic storms may cause problems with radio communications, the operation of Earth satellites, and electric grids planet-wide.

Doctors recommend not to tire yourself with physical activity on such days, monitor your blood pressure, get enough sleep and eat right. Foods rich in magnesium and potassium will help cope with the negative effects of magnetic storms.


This Site Owned and Published by:


Harold C. Turner

1906 Paterson Plank Road

Post Office Box 421

North Bergen, NJ   07047





Office Tel: 201-484-0900


Radio Station Info

The Hal Turner Show airs as follows:

Monday-Friday 9:00PM - 10:00PM Eastern US time (GMT-0400) on:

WBCQ Freq. 7490 KHz and 6160 KHz

WRMI Freq. 5950 KHz and 7730 KHz

WWCR Freq. 7520 KHz


WBCQ 7490 and WRMI  7730