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Originally posted by Phage
The onset of a minor radiation storm was announced at 05:25 UTC.
It looks like the CME will arrive on March 8-9. Looks like it could be a strong one.
Originally posted by intergalactic fire
Originally posted by mandms33
im not seeing it into the x range yet?
neither the red or blue line are out of m range at the point i see.
are you guessing..
im asking... just genuinely curious.
Originally posted by BobAthome
"Scientists say that's because the magnetic part of the storm flipped direction."
Sure its not the " flip " ?
STRONG SOLAR FLARE ALERT: A strong solar flare reaching M8.4 took place at 17:44 UTC Saturday afternoon. The flare was centered around AR11429. Stay Tuned to SolarHam.com for the latest information.
Updated 3/10/2012 @ 19:40 UTC Sunspot 1429 Flares Again Sunspot 1429 is back at it again, this time with a strong M8.4 Solar Flare peaking at 17:44 UTC. This event triggered and R2 Level Radio Blackout and a Type IV Sweep Frequency Event was detected as well.
A bright Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) was produced and is most likely headed this way. Movie presentation is now below. You can also follow this website and all of the latest solar news on SolarHam Facebook by clicking "LIKE". ALERT: Type IV Radio Emission Begin Time: 2012 Mar 10 1729 UTC Description: Type IV emissions occur in association with major eruptions on the sun and are typically associated with strong coronal mass ejections and solar radiation storms. SUMMARY: 10cm Radio Burst Begin Time: 2012 Mar 10 1722 UTC Maximum Time: 2012 Mar 10 1802 UTC End Time: 2012 Mar 10 1822 UTC Duration: 60 minutes Peak Flux: 459 sfu Description: A 10cm radio burst indicates that the electromagnetic burst associated with a solar flare at the 10cm wavelength was double or greater than the initial 10cm radio background.
This can be indicative of significant radio noise in association with a solar flare. This noise is generally short-lived but can cause interference for sensitive receivers including radar, GPS, and satellite communications.
SOLAR FLARE ALERT: A strong solar flare reaching M7.9 is currently in progress. More information to follow.
Added 3/12/2012 @ 17:28 UTC Strong Solar Flare Detected Just when you think things are getting quiet, the Sun says not so fast.
A strong solar flare reaching M7.9 is currently in progress around Sunspot 1429. An R2 Radio Blackout resulted. Stay Tuned for more updates.
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