In a few billion years, the sun will become a red giant so large that it will engulf our planet. But the Earth will become uninhabitable much sooner than that. After about a billion years the sun will become hot enough to boil our oceans.
Scientists have recorded the sun's brightest brightness over the last 12 years. This is the eighth highest brightness since the start of the modern record in 1996.
Other researchers, including researchers from the University of Sheffield and Queens University Belfast in Britain, said that the large scale of the recession was unexpectedly on September 6, 2017.
However, it is not harmful to humans due to the protective environment of the earth and the greater distance from the sun.
It was one of the fastest glow was recorded during the period of 48 hours. Due to this development, satellite and GPS signals may be interrupted but it won't be harmful to the environment on earth.