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Region 3697 2024/06/01 CMEs


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4 minutes ago, Jesterface23 said:

Hope this one is fast. Now to wait for more coronagraph imagery.

Is there any guess yet to see if its fast?

btw, thanks for opening this topic :) 

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2 minutes ago, Jesterface23 said:

No way to tell yet. All we have is one frame of a halo.

but isnt it showing up that early a sign of speed? im really not sure. sorry if thats a stupid question.

sharing this for the interested :) 

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What is that coming from the unnamed region in between 3699 and 3693 on 195A? 
 

Its growing and getting brighter quick. 

Maybe not getting brighter but definitely one of the more active spots on the disk and its unnamed.

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4 minutes ago, Zach Allen said:

What is that coming from the unnamed region in between 3699 and 3693 on 195A? 
 

Its growing and getting brighter quick. 

Maybe not getting brighter but definitely one of the more active spots on the disk and its unnamed.

That looks to be a brand new region, 3700.

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Just now, Jesterface23 said:

STEREO really picked a good time to just give us one image.

We seem to have one high altitude CME release and a second CME that launched closer from the surface. Both events were eruptive.

Do you think both are earth directed or will merge?

´can you maybe show me the high altitude cme in imagery? i just dont see it. argh. 

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1 minute ago, MinYoongi said:

Do you think both are earth directed or will merge?

´can you maybe show me the high altitude cme in imagery? i just dont see it. argh. 

At this point, I don't know.

I don't think I can get any good quality image to show. What I can see is the first eruption had a shock travel far across the southern disk and gave SA the halo. The second eruption was much more visible, but we have no coronagraph imagery of it yet.

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17 minutes ago, Jesterface23 said:

At this point, I don't know.

I don't think I can get any good quality image to show. What I can see is the first eruption had a shock travel far across the southern disk and gave SA the halo. The second eruption was much more visible, but we have no coronagraph imagery of it yet.

Seems like LASCO has atleast one frame of the CME now

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1 minute ago, Jesterface23 said:

That is the trailing end of a CME in C2

Well that's unfortunate, was hoping there would be more other than the image that we all see

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2 minutes ago, chronical said:

Well that's unfortunate, was hoping there would be more other than the image that we all see

I dont fully understand. Has the CME already moved through or is it that faint?

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