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M-Class Flare With
Unique Superfast CME
by Mitch Battros - Earth Changes Media
An M2.7 solar flare occurred on July 27th caused by what is known as 'sympathetic activity' between sunspot regions 1530 and 1532.
This event was accompanied by a type II and IV particle shock wave. The type II wave was reported to have an estimated high-speed solar wind of 2099 km/s. This is a speed normally associated with a large X-class flare.
The estimated high-speed radius of the associated 'halo' CME obtained from the STEREO satellite coronagraph was measured near 500 km/s. Initial analysis suggests the trajectory of this event will not be Earth directed.
New Region 1533 developed today and was numbered. There were some preliminary observations indicating a new region (not yet numbered) rotating onto the disk in the southern hemisphere, behind Region 1532.
Note: This is one of the most beautiful, and perhaps meaningful, cmes I have ever seen. I guess one could say a person can see anything they want in a photo. I'm just saying, for me, I see something wonderful. Before I tell what I see, perhaps you can tell me what you see - if anything at all.
What I can say - this in fact is a unique display of a solar flare and cme. I can also say this is one of the fastest blasts I have ever seen. The average speed for an M-class event is between 400-650+ km/s. This one was estimated to have a speed of 2099 km/s. That is 1,304 per second which = 4,695,329 mph. Now go back and view the Video again and notice the velocity. Amazing!
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