Badai Matahari ada yang kisah

Assalamualaikum dan salam 1Dunia, 27/3/2010 aku menulis kisah perubahan iklim dunia akibat Badai Matahari dan seminggu dua ini 1Dunia sibuk bercerita kisah badai matahari atau ribut solar. Ledakan badai matahari yang kuat telah berlaku jam 11.59 am waktu Malaysia pada 23/1/2012 dan kabarnya telah sampai ke bumi pada hari selasa 24/1/2012. Berlaku sekali lagi pada 7/3/12 dan mengikut rekod paling besar dalam tempoh 5 tahun. Berbagai takrifan yang telah dibuat apabila berlaku fenomena badai matahari seperti yang telah di bincangkan sejak beberapa tahun kebelakangan ini.

Sebenarnya kejadian badai matahari adalah salah satu fenomena membuktikan kekuasan Allah SWT yang tidak dapat ditahan oleh manusia. Tidak mustahil ini adalah tanda akhir zaman sebagaimana suara aneh yang menakutkan dari langit yang berlaku di Samarahan, Sarawak. Sebagai umat Islam banyak peringatan yang telah ditunjukan oleh Allah SWT seperti fenomena badai matahari sebagai peringatan tetapi adakah yang kisah. Kita masih lagi mengejar kuasa yang hanya sementara di dunia kerana kehidupan kekal abadi di sana.

Jepun negara Matahari terbit

Nak memberi ulasan pun agak sukar sebab ini antara kejadian ghaib yang sukar untuk dijelas cuma nak kongsikan dua ayat Allah SWT yang terdapat dalam Al Quran yang mungkin boleh memberi keinsafan kepada kita.

“Ia bertanya (secara mengejek): “Bilakah datangnya hari kiamat itu?” (Jawabnya) “Maka apabila pemandangan menjadi berpendar-pendar. Dan BULAN HILANG CAHAYANYA (kerana cahaya matahari yang terlalu terang ketika itu membuatkan bulan tidak kelihatan- seperti pada waktu tengah hari). Dan matahari serta bulan DIHIMPUNKAN BERSAMA (apabila matahari mula menelannya.” – (Al-Qiaamah: 6-9)

“Apabilam matahari DILINGKARI CAHAYANYA (dan hilang lenyap-terpadam). Dan apabila bintang-bintang gugur berselerak” – (At-Takwiir: 1)

Rasulullah SAW juga bersabda yang maksudnya “Seandainya turun api dari langit, maka tidak ada yang akan terselamat dari api itu, melainkan orang yang selalu ke masjid”.

Update terkini :

7/3/12 :

The biggest solar storm in five years is battering our planet right now, and may cause disruptions to satellites, power grids and communications networks over the next 24 hours, space weather experts say. Two strong solar flares erupted from the surface of the sun late Tuesday (March 6), blasting a wave of plasma and charged particles toward Earth. After speeding through space at 4 million mph, this eruption of material — called a coronal mass ejection (CME) — should be hitting Earth now.

The storm is expected to create strong disruptions due to an odd combination of intense magnetic, radio and radiation emissions, making it the strongest overall solar storm since December 2006, even though the flare that triggered it was not the largest, space weather officials said.

The CME reached Earth this morning at about 5:45 a.m. EST (1045 GMT), according to officials at the Space Weather Prediction Center, which is jointly managed by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the National Weather Service. While the CME did not hit Earth head-on, the material delivered a glancing blow to the planet, and energetic particles will continue to interact with Earth’s magnetic field over the course of the day.

The CME will likely trigger geomagnetic and solar radiation storms today, which could interfere with satellites in space and power grids on the ground, said Joseph Kunches, a space weather scientist at NOAA. Aircraft that fly over the Earth’s polar caps may potentially experience communications issues as well, and some commercial airliners have already taken precautionary steps, Kunches said.
“There is the potential for induced currents in power grids,” Kunches told reporters Wednesday. “Power grid operators have all been alerted. It could start to cause some unwanted induced currents.”

The effects of this solar storm will likely last for 24 hours, and may possibly linger into Friday (March 9), Kunches said.
“Such a CME could result in a severe geomagnetic storm, causing aurora at low latitudes, with possible disruption to high frequency radio communication, global positioning systems (GPS), and power grids,” NASA scientists said in a statement.

Experts also predict that the magnetic storm will likely enhance normal aurora displays (also known as the northern and southern lights). As the effects of the CME bombard Earth, these stunning light shows will be especially visible for people where it is currently night, though the full moon of March, which also occurs Thursday, may interfere with the display. – Sumber

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