The Sun constantly fires high-energy atomic particles at the Earth, known as the solar wind. During a "solar maximum" (when the Sun is at its most active, every 11 years -- the next one will be in 2012), an explosion with the energy of 100 billion Hiroshima-sized atomic bombs, known as a solar flare, can occur. In a solar flare, the superheated particles that comprise solar plasma (such as protons, electrons or helium nuclei) interact. If the conditions are right, when the charged particles interact, this results in X-ray emission. The X-rays travel to earth at the speed of light, and would be extremely harmful to humans were they not absorbed in the Earth's ionosphere. That absorption, however, creates a sudden surge in electron production. Due to this X-ray generation of electrons in the ionosphere, some forms of communication may become patchy (or be removed all together), and particularly in high-latitude regions, a vast electric current, known as an "electrojet", may form through the ionosphere. There is an increased cancer risk for astronauts in space who are hit by the particles of the solar wind, and by cosmic rays (particles from outside our solar system), and there may similarly be an increased risk of cancer, radiation sickness, or cell damage to humans located at the magnetic poles (e.g., people gathered to watch the auroras).
it effects the solar system because it has a lot of gravity that pushes against it which is bad
I think its the corniles affect
Solar winds come from the sum
Solar Winds was created in 1993.
It deflects the solar winds around the Earth
Solar "Flares" or "Solar Winds"
"No person is affected by solar winds because they happen in the atmosphere. What is affected by solar winds are satellites that are up in the solar system, they can get pushed aside, knocked down, or even broken if the solar winds are too strong."
they create auroras and weaken the earth's magnetosphere.
It can sometimes affect the earths weather as the energetic particles affect the atmosphere and cause auroras and winds. If a potential solar flare was released then it would be potential as it can do biochemical damage to the human body. This info was obtained from wikipedia in the hazards section so don't get me wrong. ANSWERED BY AZZAROKS OR AZZALINA
Solar winds are sent out from the upper atmosphere of the sun.
YES . THE NEXT TIME THERE IS A SOLOR ECLIPSE ALL ELECTRONICS ON EARTH WILL CRASH.!!!!! no! only solar winds/storms affect electronics
Neptune has the strongest sustained winds of any planet in the Solar System
There are sunspots, solar winds, solar flares, and more
seasonal winds affect climate
The Earth's magnetic field deflects solar winds which contain charged particles. These particles would be fatal to human beings.
Wind and the Coriolis effect influence the circular patterns of currents in the oceans !
Neptune has the strongest winds.Neptune does
Planetary winds are any winds that occur because of solar radiation. They are in direct correlation to the rotation of the earth. Planetary winds do not blow directly north or south.