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Double solar flare triggers radio blackouts in Asia and Australia 

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Two solar flares erupted from a sunspot and hit Earth's magnetic field causing some radio disturbance, according to space experts. 

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Experts at SpaceWeather.com revealed that a sunspot called AR2993 released two M1 flares that impacted Earth on Monday.

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All solar flares that hit Earth are graded based on the severity of their impact.

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'M-class' solar flares have the ability to cause radio blackouts. Fortunately, M1 flares aren't supposed to do much damage

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The blackouts in Asia and Australia are now said to be fixed. The Earth's magnetic field helps to protect us from the more extreme consequences of solar flares.

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A flare from the Sun is basically a stream of electromagnetic radiation particles, which can interact and react with the particles in Earth's protective layers. 

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