A huge solar filament, located in the southeast quadrant and stretching across more than 500 000 km, collapsed around 14:30 UTC on June 4, 2014 and hit the solar surface causing a "Hyder flare" – a type of solar flare that occurs without the aid of sunspots.Co
A large magnetic filament erupted on Sun's northern hemisphere during the late hours (UTC) of September 29, 2013. The explosion hurled a magnificent Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) into space and it does look like it has an Earth-directed component.
A large solar filament located in the southern hemisphere lifted off the Sun at about 8:50 UTC on August 20, 2013. A bright Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) was produced as the result. Though the majority of Sun's material is directed south current
A spectacular filament eruption was observed yesterday August 6, 2013 at 02:04 UTC. A strong Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) has been seen following this energetic impulsive eruption and it does seem to have an earth-bound component which should impact the
A moderate solar flare measuring M1.9 was registered on May 12, 2013. The source of event was a region located on the eastern side and about to rotate into Earth's view. This event peaked at 20:31 UTC.
In early hours of May 12,
A large filament stretching hundreds of thousands of kilometers erupted on Thursday, January 31, 2013. The eruption lasted about 4 hours and was located in the northeast quadrant of the Sun.The following SDO video shows a variety of views of the break-up of this
Large Filament: A very large solar filament channel that measures longer than 300,000 miles, visible across the entire northeast quadrant erupted and producing a large solar disturbance and sent out a significant coronal mass ejection which may be heading earths