Solar storm

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A long filament of solar material forming a coronal mass ejection

A solar storm is a disturbance on the Sun, which can emanate outward across the heliosphere, affecting the entire Solar System, including Earth and its magnetosphere, and is the cause of space weather in the short-term with long-term patterns comprising space climate.

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Solar storms include:

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