Solar flares released by the sun captured on camera

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SPACE – Cameras captured the sun releasing two huge solar flares. The bursts of radiation happened about an hour apart Tuesday morning. These short-lived explosions send gases, plasma, and other matter out into the atmosphere.

NASA says not to worry; none of it can break through the Earth’s atmosphere… so they say. So stop worrying and just enjoy the day’s hot view of mother nature’s fire works show.

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