A long-duration M2.5 solar flare erupted from AR 3053 at 20:49 UTC on July 8, 2022, producing a partial halo coronal mass ejection (CME).
The event was associated with multiple discrete radio bursts, including a 230 sfu Tenflare as well as a partial halo CME first observed at 20:48 UTC in coronagraph imagery.
The majority of the ejecta appeared to be directed eastward, however, the preliminary analysis indicated the possibility for a glancing blow early to mid-day on July 11.
Solar activity is expected to be low with an increased chance for M-class flaring (R1-R2, Minor-Moderate) through July 11, particularly from Regions 3053 and 3055.
Featured image credit: M2.5 solar flare on July 8, 2022. Credit: NASA SDO/AIA 304, The Watchers
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