Solar storm reaches Peru and could affect radio signals, GPS, and some satellites

From Tuesday, July 19 to Thursday, July 21, a geomagnetic storm would be reaching the Earth due to the coronal mass ejection from the Sun produced at the end of last week, announced the Geophysical Institute of Peru (IGP).

According to the statement, the G2-level geomagnetic storms could affect radio signals and even some satellites.

"This geomagnetic storm is expected to have only a mild to moderate impact, both on the operations that satellites normally perform in their orbit around the Earth and on the signals of broadcasting and GPS services," the geophysical entity indicated.

Likewise, it indicated that . . .

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