X-1 AND M-9 FLARES AND CME IMPACT COULD SPARK MID-LATITUDE AURORAS

Kyle

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ARE MORE CORONAL MASS EJECTIONS COMING? Maybe. A CME launched by Wednesday's X1.3-flare could deliver a glancing blow to Earth's magnetic field on April 2nd or 3rd. A second CME launched by Thursday's M9.6-flare might be right behind it. We're not certain because coronagraph images are not yet available to confirm the second CME's form and trajectory. Stay tuned for updates. Aurora alerts: SMS Text.

CME IMPACT SPARKS MID-LATITUDE AURORAS (UPDATED): As predicted, a Cannibal CME hit Earth's magnetic field on March 31st (0210 UT). The impact caused a G1-class geomagnetic storm--weaker than the G3 storm that was expected, but still enough to spark auroras across multiple northern-tier US states. "Last night we saw some amazing auroras in North Dakota," reports Elon Gane who sends this picture from the shore of Lake Darling:





 
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