Articles tagged "full-halo coronal mass ejection"

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Impulsive C5.6 solar flare erupts from AR 2736, source of yesterday's full-halo CME

An impulsive solar flare measuring C5.6 at its peak time erupted from AR 2736, the source of yesterday's C4.8 and associated asymmetric full-halo CME, at 03:12 UTC on March 21, 2019. The event started at 03:08 and ended at 03:15 UTC. There were no radio...

March 21, 2019

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Prominence eruption and long duration solar flare with Full-Halo CME

A long duration C-Class solar flare reaching C8.3 erupted on August 30, 2013 peaking at 02:46 UTC. The event started at 02:04 UTC and ended at 04:06 UTC. Associated was Type II and Type IV radio emissions. Type IV emissions occur in association with major

August 30, 2013

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Full-halo Coronal Mass Ejection on farside of the Sun

Region 1678 erupted with massive, full-halo, Coronal Mass Ejection around 04:00 UTC on March 5, 2013. The CME will have no effect on Earth as Region 1678 is on farside of the Sun. This old and active region is about to rotate onto the eastern limb by this

March 05, 2013

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M1.7 solar flare erupted from Region 1611 - backsided full-halo CME observed

Solar flare measuring M1.7 erupted on November 8, 2012 at 02:23 UTC. The source of this event is newly formed region rotating into view, Region 1611 (N12E66). The event started at 02:28, peaked at 02:23 and ended at 02:25 UTC. Type II Radio Emission was recorded

November 08, 2012

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Sunspots 1261 and 1263 produce pair of M-Class flares - Expecting geomagnetic storm

An M1.1 Solar Flare took place around Sunspot 1261 at 03:37 UTC Wednesday morning followed an hour later by a M1.7 flare around Sunspot 1263 at 04:32 UTC. Stay tuned to this website for any further developments.A long duration M1.4 Solar Flare took place around

August 03, 2011