Thursday, July 19, 2012

SOLAR WEATHER ALERT - AR 1520 Goodbye Kiss M7.7 Flare


AR 1520 gave us a goodbye kiss today by emitting a M7.7 solar Flare and a CME. Although the sunspot is about to transverse into the far side of the sun, Magnetic forces, called backward-spiraling lines of magnetic force, the earth will feel the effects of this eruption with a mild radiation storm, which is currently underway. The CME plasma cloud is directed away from the earth and no geomagnetic storm is predicted at this time.

The rest of the sun’s earth side face looks clear, so that means we should have a few days of peace and quiet.
The explosion produced a bright coronal mass ejection: movie. The cloud should miss Earth.
Although the explosion occurred on the other side of the sun's western limb, our planet could feel some effects. The blast site is magnetically connected to Earth by backward-spiralling lines of magnetic force. Protons accelerated by the flare are being guided to us by those lines of magnetism, and a mild radiation storm is underway. -- News and information about meteor showers, solar flares, auroras, and near-Earth asteroids
Sunspot complex AR1520-1521 erupted again on July 19th, this time producing an M7-class solar flare that almost crossed the threshold into X-territory. NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory recorded the extreme ultraviolet flash. -- News and information about meteor showers, solar flares, auroras, and near-Earth asteroids


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