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this looks like a very active spot coming onto the disk looking at this flare and CME it launched


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11 minutes ago, Orneno said:

Fantastic!

I’m not seeing much in that photo though, what are we meant to be looking at @Tomasz Mielec?

If you look veeeery closely you can see that there is Penumbra showing! (I hope Penumbra is the right word lol) 

You can see that its not just an area of plage but it contains 1 or more sunspots. :)  

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Just now, MinYoongi said:

If you look veeeery closely you can see that there is Penumbra showing! (I hope Penumbra is the right word lol) 

You can see that its not just an area of plage but it contains 1 or more sunspots. :)  

Had to turn my brightness way up but I see what you mean, thanks 

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12 hours ago, farm24 said:

it seemed to be a large CME and a pretty big flare

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It could be dangerou to us? or maybe it could be similar or more less than the 2013? (sorry my english is not my first laguaje and im new in this class of themes)

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6 hours ago, jeny96 said:

It could be dangerou to us? or maybe it could be similar or more less than the 2013? (sorry my english is not my first laguaje and im new in this class of themes)

What do you mean by 2013?

Not dangerous to us! No worries 😊

 

 

By the way: is it really alpha class, or couldnt it be assigned a proper classification due to limb shortening? I cant believe an A-class sunspot caused yesterdays C-Class flares 😂

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31 minuten geleden, MinYoongi zei:

By the way: is it really alpha class, or couldnt it be assigned a proper classification due to limb shortening? I cant believe an A-class sunspot caused yesterdays C-Class flares 😂

If it is too close to the limb, they're unable to do a magnetic classification thus it often starts with alpha and updated once it gets more clear. Currently it's only one polarity spot so alpha is justified

7 uren geleden, jeny96 zei:

maybe it could be similar or more less than the 2013?

2 October 2013 was maximum Kp8-, this also due to a CME impact but with less speed. The IMF was stronger and field was at max -26nT which resulted in a brief Kp8-. The storm we had was stronger. Please don't be off topic, this is about a new region and not about past geomagnetic storm

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11 hours ago, MinYoongi said:

What do you mean by 2013?

Not dangerous to us! No worries 😊

 

 

By the way: is it really alpha class, or couldnt it be assigned a proper classification due to limb shortening? I cant believe an A-class sunspot caused yesterdays C-Class flares 😂

thanks 😊

11 hours ago, Vancanneyt Sander said:

2 October 2013 was maximum Kp8-, this also due to a CME impact but with less speed. The IMF was stronger and field was at max -26nT which resulted in a brief Kp8-. The storm we had was stronger. Please don't be off topic, this is about a new region and not about past geomagnetic storm

i asked this because  the solar activity, i´m sorry i´m new in this topics and I don´t know exactly how it works

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