Solar flares will work only for weather-sensitive people

on September 11, the U.S. space Agency NASA has published photos of the strongest solar flares. The phenomenon appeared to be the most powerful in the last two years.

The plasma flow has reached the planet on September 12. If you felt bad - you know, blame magnetic storm. Scientists say that flash could feel weather-sensitive people. At most they had no effect.

We mentioned earlier the malfunction of equipment: radio and television. If 12 September interference was noted, they are likely to be associated with solar activity.

Magnetic storms are transferred each person differently. The majority feels a sense of discomfort, dizziness, headaches, high or low blood pressure, joint pain and digestive problems.

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