Scientists find that a dark patch has appeared on the sun's atmosphere – known as a sunbeam – releasing the solar winds into the cosmos. Sunbeams are patches of darkness on the Sun, which are caused by underlying magnetism below the surface. However, the magnetism is sometimes bubbled and released in the form of solar collectors spitting cosmic particles into space.
Holes like this are common, and scientists say we are now in the midst of the release of sun particles, which will continue to collide with Earth today and tomorrow.
The collapse of our planet and the wind is likely to cause amazing northern lights.
Cosmic forecast site Space Weather said: "For the next two days, Earth will pass through a smaller stream of solar wind flowing from a southern hole in the sun's atmosphere.
" As the Earth's magnetic field responds to the buffering effect of gaseous material from the sun. The Earth's magnetic field mostly protects people from the radiation current, but the solar storms can affect satellite-based technology.
Solar wind can heat the Earth's outer atmosphere, causing it to to expand.
This can affect satellites in orbit, potentially leading to missing GPS navigation, mobile signal and satellite TV such as Cloud.
In addition, a flood of particles can lead to high currents in the magnetosphere, which can lead to higher current than power in power lines, resulting in electric transformers and power plants blowing out and a loss of power.
The higher amounts of radiation also give people vulnerable to cancer.