Astrophotographer captures stunning images of sunspot responsible for Northern Lights flurry—and it’s coming back!

Sunspots are huge, dark, temporary areas on the surface of the Sun that are cooler in temperature than the rest of the surface, and form due to massive changes in magnetic field.

The strength of the magnetic force stops some of the sun’s heat from being able to reach the surface, and causes large-scale magnetic disruptions in the form of solar flares and coronal mass ejections, sending electrical charges towards the earth, and causing solar storms. 

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