When is the sun’s next ‘Superflare’ due?

Last bombardment exploded telegraph wires, pushed Northern Lights south

In 1859, a massive solar flare bombarded Earth with so much energy that telegraph wires burst into flames, and stunning auroras could be seen as far south as Cuba and Hawaii. Such a powerful event would likely be devastating for our modern world, with the potential to knock out satellites, electrical grids, and technology worldwide. But when can we expect the next superflare? 





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