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Message added by Sam Warfel,

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6 minutes ago, MinYoongi said:

Thanks to you both! The given range of M6-X2 is pretty wide. Do you think.X1 is plausible? I think we didn’t pick up an enhancement here, but unsure. Was there a CME linked to it? :)

Possible. The one on the top right is from a filament and the one in the middle on the left could have been from the X1 Flare.

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46 minutes ago, MinYoongi said:

The given range of M6-X2 is pretty wide. Do you think.X1 is plausible?

Seems fairly narrow if you ask me. X1 seems plausible, but it wouldn't exactly make that much of a difference anywhere within that range (other than the psychological factor of M9.99 being a major letdown and X1 being grounds for cheerful celebration).

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2 minutes ago, Philalethes said:

Seems fairly narrow if you ask me. X1 seems plausible, but it wouldn't exactly make that much of a difference anywhere within that range (other than the psychological factor of M9.99 being a major letdown and X1 being grounds for cheerful celebration).

I've seem them post those up as X.99 in the past

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