A sharp jolt on Earth’s magnetosphere at 07.44 UTC yesterday (Nov 22nd) appears to have been caused by a Halo coronal mass ejection released from the solar corona back on November 20th. Solar activity remains low with the largest flare in the past 24 hours being a C4.9 from active region 11346.
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