The Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) captured a ton of debris flying through space as a result of a massive sonic boom that traversed through space back on March 20th, 2020.
Nobody knew what really happened but as far as we could tell, something exploded on the far side of the Sun essentially breaking apart into a million pieces that were either lost into space or flew right into the Sun.
If that weren’t strange enough it actually ended up happening again, but since we were somewhat ready for it we actually managed to capture it on camera.
This happened on April 12th, 2020, and as you can tell right off the NASA’s STEREO-A probe officially confirmed that this was all the result of a massive coronal mass ejection that was launched off into space.
Essentially, something exploded or got exploded on the other side of the Sun and we cannot tell what it is.
For the most part, NASA confirmed that this explosion is tied to the first one, since they both happened less than a month away from one another, and to everyone’s surprise they both left a mark on the Sun’s surface as far as we can tell.
Experts are working tirelessly now to find out what caused the explosions and how to avoid them as these explosions could easily tear Earth apart if they happened in the vicinity of our own planet.