Scientists have noticed that the disappearance and reappearance of clouds on Neptune may be correlated with the sun's solar cycle.
This comet was only discovered on August 11 by amateur astronomer Hideo Nishimura, and is getting brighter in the sky as it approaches the Earth and sun.
"He took a liking to laying on it. We call him the backyard bear as he loves to be in the garden," Heather Kerrison, from Toronto, told Newsweek.
An X1.6-class solar flare was explelled from the sun on August 5, followed by an X1.5-class one on August 7, both of which caused radio blackouts.
"Oh what I'd give to stay suspended in the calm glow; to know love in its most pure of forms," commented another user on TikTok.
The CME was detected on the far side of the sun traveling at 3.4 million mph, a speed that indicates the CME may have been very powerful.
Cannibal coronal mass ejections are when a faster-moving plume of solar plasma catches up and engulfs a slower preceding CME.
Fans spotted the moment that Kate was illuminated by the sun during King Charles' Scottish coronation celebration on Wednesday.
The solar flare was categorized as an X1.08-class flare, making it one of the most powerful classes of flare to be ejected from the sun.
"Two of the biggest mistakes I see from my patients are not wearing a high enough SPF, and not reapplying it," Dr. Hale told Newsweek.
X-class is the most powerful type of solar flare, 1 million times stronger than a nuclear bomb.
Brown dwarfs are usually much cooler than stars like our sun, astronomers have discovered an object orbiting a star that is hotter than the sun.
Despite the exciting discovery, scientists remain puzzled as to how they can use the information to pinpoint forthcoming earthquakes.
High-definition images of sunspots on the sun's surface show the dark spots dotted with tiny pinpricks of light called umbral dots.
The TikTok video has amassed over 810,000 views, as one person said the cat is "showing us how to appreciate the little things."
The sunspot, named AR3310, is so large that viewers don't need magnification to see it.
"The flare ups felt like somebody rubbing glass into my body and the itch was only comparable to physical torture," Josie North told Newsweek.
Insects don't flock towards lights because they're attracted to them, but because they have a biological response that wants to keep the light above them.
Mercury also has a tail that streams out behind it as it gets close to the sun, but is only visible with a special filter that shows the glow of sodium.
Kenny Sanders told Newsweek that Ollie will often sit up to beg for food, but he's never seen her do it in the sun before.
It is hoped that this milestone will bring commercial-scale fusion energy one step close to reality.
"After some time, the aurora was so strong that I could see the waves dancing in green all over the sky," photographer Moharnab Saikia told Newsweek.
The coronal mass ejection exploded out from the far side of the sun, appearing in the shape of butterfly wings, so won't hit the Earth.
A livestream will show the full moon rising above the legendary skyline of Rome, Italy, and its famous monuments
The M8.6-class solar flare emitted from a sunspot caused radio blackouts, due to ionizing the Earth's atmosphere and interfering with radio transmissions.
The spectacular red lights in the sky were caused by a G3 geomagnetic storm interacting with Earth's atmosphere.