The sun is smiling

(ORDO NEWS) — NASA astronomers have noticed that the Sun gives off a wonderful, joyful smile.

Of course, the “smile” we see here is not really a real smile. Before us are coronal holes (dark spots), from which fast streams of the solar wind escape into space.

The particular proportions of this gleeful smirk bear a striking resemblance to the facial configuration of the legendary villain from the legend of the Ghostbusters, the marshmallow man Sty Puft.

This “cheerful smiley” spews a triple stream of solar wind onto Earth. The first contact with this solar wind stream will occur on October 29, which will cause the occurrence of geomagnetic storms.


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