Long duration solar flare eruption measuring M1.2 took place at 13:10 UTC

Long duration solar flare eruption measuring M1.2 took place at 13:10 UTC

A long duration solar flare eruption measuring M1.2 took place at 13:10 UTC Wednesday, June 13, 2012. The flare was centered around Sunspot 1504. Associated was Type IV Radio Emission and a 10cm Radio Burst (TenFlare).  The event lasted nearly 2 hours. Sunspot 1504 is now in a great position for Earth Directed explosions.

NOAA forcasters estimate a 40% chance of M-class solar flares today as a phalanx of sunspots turns toward Earth. The most likely source of geoeffective eruptions is Sunspot 1504, which has grown into an active region almost 10 times wider than Earth.

Space Weather Message
Issue Time: 2012 June 13 14:16 UTC

ALERT: Type IV Radio Emission
Begin Time: 2012 June 13 13:25 UTC

SUMMARY: 10cm Radio Burst
Begin Time: 2012 June 13 13:32 UTC
Maximum Time: 2012 June 13 13:43 UTC
End Time: 2012 June 13 13:47 UTC
Duration: 15 minutes
Peak Flux: 260 sfu

Description: A 10cm radio burst indicates that the electromagnetic burst associated with a solar flare at the 10cm wavelength was double or greater than the initial 10cm radio background. This can be indicative of significant radio noise in association with a solar flare. This noise is generally short-lived but can cause interference for sensitive receivers including radar, GPS, and satellite communications.


Solar wind
speed: 384.1 km/sec
density: 3.8 protons/cm3
Updated: Today at 1436 UTC


X-ray Solar Flares
6-hr max: M1 13:19 UT June 13
24-hr: M1 13:19 UT June 13
Updated: Today at: 14:00 UTC



Featured image: SDO AIA 193 June 13, 2012 13:11 UTC

Tags: m-class

Comments

Bob 8 years ago

Here comes the sun do do do do....... And I say were gonna fry........

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