A hole in the sun, responsible for life on earth

According to NASA’s recent discovery, there is a 75,000 miles wide hole in the Sun.

The hole, named AR2665 by the space agency it is large enough to produce solar flares, informs the experts.

This specific sunspot is actually larger than the planet Earth and experts at Nasa’s Solar Dynamics Observatory, which discovered the hole, said at this stage it was too early to predict how the sunspot will behave.

This phenomenon could be responsible for the strange appearance of Aurora borealis in many places of the earth this year (read Panic in Russia! Hundreds of people have seen this!) and for life on our planet .


Leave a Reply