May 22, 2024

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Space Weather Update: Stormy space weather ahead

A long duration M1.2 solar flare took place around departing sunspot region 3413 yesterday which peaked around 03:52 UTC. This event launched a coronal mass ejection into space which could arrive at Earth in two days time. This would be the second coronal mass ejection that is expected to arrive at our planet in the coming days. After a very quiet August a promising start to September as darkness returns to the northern hemisphere!

from SpaceWeatherLive RSS