Nuclear scientist V says solar tsunami or space earthquake could happen at any moment. T. Padmanabhan.
Space earthquakes occur every 500 years and are not as severe as once every 100 years. It is thought that the phenomenon, which occurs every 100 years, could occur at any moment.
The Sun’s magnetic field decreases every 22 years. As a result, solar X-rays, hydrogen, and plasma fall to Earth. While solar X-rays fall at the speed of light, others come in several stages.
It occurs on a large scale every 500 years and every 100 years. The last solar tsunami of 500 years occurred in 1859. The 100th anniversary came to an end in 1921.
While a solar tsunami does not pose a threat to living things, it can disrupt satellite, telephone, and electrical connections.