Sun's solar flares cause magnetic fields to enter Earth's atmosphere
The sun’s surface has had an increase in solar flares, but according to NASA there's nothing to worry about.
It's a part of the sun's normal 11-year cycle, which peaks in late 2013.
Sunday, one of the flares dumped solar particles and magnetic fields into the earth's atmosphere.
Tuesday, the sun erupted with its second-largest flare. NASA said that one triggered a temporary radio blackout on the sunlit side of Earth.
Scientists predict it could cause more problems Thursday.