Sunquakes likely triggered deep beneath solar surface


Scientists have uncovered new details about the mysterious origin of seismic activity on the sun during solar flares.

The sun intermittently unleashes electromagnetic energy in bright, sudden explosions known as solar flares. In the wake of such an event, scientists have observed seismic activity, also known as sunquakes, which release acoustic energy in the form of waves that ripple along the sun’s surface, like waves on a lake, according to a statement from NASA

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