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AI to predict sun's next attack on Earth

JUST before noon on 1 September 1859, an English solar astronomer named Richard Carrington witnessed the biggest solar flare ever recorded. So researchers are now turning to automated image-processing and artificial intelligence to better forecast the sun's behaviour and give us time to prepare for a solar onslaught. Over the past two decades, several solar flares and magnetic storms of varying intensity have hit Earth. Solar observatories that study the sun continuously should be able to give us some warning before an impending storm.

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