The sun, on Tuesday night, shot a solar flare of radiation toward Earth. This was the largest electrical and magnetic wave sent our way in five years, according to the really smart people who look up for a living.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Space Weather Prediction Center said the emissions sped to us between 1 and 5 million miles per hour on Wednesday, which could affect radio wave transmissions as well as electrical grids and GPS navigation systems today.
Some serious space stuff.
Perhaps, this solar flare reached Evan Turner on Wednesday night.
Sixers seeing the point with Turner
Courier-Post | Mar 8