X1.1 flare erupts on the Sun: CME blast not directed towards Earth

July 7, 2012 SPACEFor days, giant sunspot AR1515 has looked capable of producing a really strong explosion. On July 6th it finally did. Yesterday, the sunspot’s magnetic canopy erupted, producing a brief but potent X1.1-class solar flare. NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory recorded the extreme ultraviolet flash: The explosion hurled a CME into space. According to this movie from the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory, the cloud appears to be heading south and away from Earth. However, we cannot yet rule out a glancing blow to our planet on July 8th or 9th. Stay tuned for further analysis. –Space Weather
   
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One Response to X1.1 flare erupts on the Sun: CME blast not directed towards Earth

  1. Helen Parks says:

    YUUUP
    Just as Nostradamus said in the Hidden Texts (in GRAND PULSE)
    and not the first time he was right either

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