Asked in Solar Eclipses
The intense magnetic fields of sunspots cause arch-like eruptions is called a solar eclipse?
No. The large arch-like eruptions your thinking of are called solar flares. Eclipses are alignments of the Earth, Moon, and Sun. Sunspots are also different. Sunspots are areas on the Sun that are of a different colors that do cause magnetic interruptions of cell phone use, Internet, etc... Solar flares (Arch-like eruptions) cause changes in temperature and usually bring extreme heats. ...
Asked in Solar Flares
How are sunspots prominences solar flares and CMEs related?
They all occur from the Sun's magnetic fields. The intense magnetic fields associated with sunspots might cause prominences, which are huge, arching columns of gas. Gases near sunspots sometimes brighten suddenly, shooting outwards at high speeds. These violent eruptions are called solar flares. ...