Accurate, Comprehensive and Predictive Research on Emissions from an Active Region of Sun and the Effect of the Radiation Topology on the Lower Earth Orbit and the Damage to Human Tissues


  • Tanishi Mookerjee
  • Subhojit Halder
  • Sunita Sharma



solar flare, Galactic Cosmic Radiation (GCR), Solar Energy Particles (SEPs), earth orbit, alloys, human tissues, electronic components, geo communication system


The present research work demonstrates a prediction of the emission of a high Intensity X-class, moderate M-class, or lower C-class solar flare from an active region of Sun within the next 24 hours. The effect of the emitted radiation topology (predicted from data set generated by the combined detector model of the CRATER and the OLTARIS mission), the Galactic Cosmic Radiation (GCR) and the Solar Energy Particles (SEPs) on the lower earth orbit has also been studied. Moreover, its impact on the alloys at different densities (ranging from 0.1g/cm3 to 10g/cm3) and on the first three layers human tissues has also been predicted with higher accuracy. It has been found that there is a linear correlation with the energy transfer and the subsequent damage to the electronic components, geo communication system, metal alloys, and human tissue. Data from Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellites X-ray flare catalogues by the National Centres for Environmental Information (NCEI) has been used for various input features, including the magnetic field parameters, the X-ray flux of an active region, and outputs the probability of occurrence of a C, M, or X-class flare using Long Short-Term Memory (LSTM) to determine their impact on earth’s geo communication systems. The Convoluted network code generates a prediction-based model with a high accuracy.

Author Biographies

  • Tanishi Mookerjee

    3rd Year Student, Department of Applied Sciences, The NorthCap University, Gurugram, India

  • Subhojit Halder

    4th Year Student, Department of Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering, College of Engineering Pune

  • Sunita Sharma

    Assistant Professor, Department of Applied Sciences, The NorthCap University, Gurugram, India