Just kidding , but
The Sun's intense activity in the past week will go into the record books.
Scientists say they have been amazed by the unprecedented ferocity of the gigantic flares exploding on the solar surface in the last 10 days and Tuesday saw the Sun has unleash its largest ever recorded solar flare.
Powerful solar flares are given an "X" designation. There was an X8 and an X3 event on Sunday then on Monday, there was an X3 flare followed by smaller ones. Last week there were X7 and X10 events that took place back-to-back. However, Tuesday's flare went off the scale; researchers say it was "well above X20" making it the most powerful ever recorded. Each of the larger flares represents billions of tonnes of superhot gas being blasted into space - some of it directed at Earth. Researchers are once more predicting strong and colourful displays of aurorae - polar lights - when the charged particles from the Sun crash into our atmosphere. There is also a little concern about how some satellites will be affected.
The major flares have come from sunspot region 486, now officially the most active solar region in recorded solar observational history.
Region 486 is being taken over the Sun's limb by solar rotation. Parts of the latest megaflare occurred beyond the limb.
Not really cause for concern, but i found it interesting and anyway if the sun exploded most of us would probably never know about it
(source for info bbc again)