Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Full Halo Coronal Mass Ejection (CME)

The STEREO Ahead Spacecraft captured a Full halo Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) this morning. 

The source of this event was a filament eruption inbounded with a solar flare near old region 1678 off the farside of the Sun. 


The Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) will not be geoeffective (farsided event).


Watch the Video down below!









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Three new sunspot regions were numbered overnight. Region 1680 is a DAO Beta at 40 millionths in size. Region 1681 is a single spot HSX Alpha type group at 30 millionths in size. Most of  interesting should be new  region 1682 which is a DRO Beta Gamma type region at 30 millionths in size. This region showed moderate growth during the last 24 hours.






Normally, B class solar flares are not that worth for any discussions here, but yesterday, a long duration B8 class solar flare took place peaking at 11:50 UTC from old sunspot region 1678. The duration of the solar flare was over nine hours. Associated with this flare was a non-Earth directed CME (coronal mass ejection). This flare would have measured much higher if it had being on the Earth facing side of the Sun.

4 comments:

  1. Yes!

    That is the one : )

    No doubt a Type IV Halo Event.

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  2. very happy to see report posting again.

    :D



    -learner

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