Another long duration solar flare erupted from Sunspot 1504 - M1.9

Another long duration solar flare erupted from Sunspot 1504 - M1.9



Another long duration, moderate, M1.9 solar flare  erupted from Sunspot 1504 on June 14, 2012. A 10cm Radio Burst (TenFlare) was recorded measuring 1400sfu and lasted for 103 minutes. The plasma cloud generated looks to be Earth directed and may impact Earth by June 16. Geomagnetic storming at high latitudes will be possible.

Solar wind
speed: 367.8 km/sec
density: 2.2 protons/cm3
Updated: June 14 at 15:46 UTC


X-ray Solar Flares
6-hr max: M1 14:36 UTC June 14
24-hr: M1 14:36 UTC June 14
Updated: June 14 at: 15:00 UTC


There is 60% chance for more M-class flares and 05% for X-class flares.






A bright Coronal Mass Ejection is visible in the latest STEREO Ahead COR2 images.




This was another Earth directed CME - expected arrival - June 16th

Tags: m-class