The Sun spewed out a blob of plasma.
Here you get a close up
Due to the location of this event (southwest limb),
most of the plasma cloud looks to be heading away from Earth.
You may notice the missing data. But anyway you can clearly see the prominence (circled) right before it erupts.
The majority of the B class solar flare activity yesterday took place from region 1682. The largest flare was a B6 peaking at 14:54 UTC.. Only occasional C class solar flares are expected today. There is still a very small chance of an M class solar flare from region 1682.
Old region 1678 produced another very large solar flare and CME (coronal mass ejection) yesterday. This region is expected to return into view around the 10th of March.