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11 minutes ago, Justanerd said:

AR 3730 is being credited with the current M flare 

Ill repost my last comment here then

i saw a little ejecta and wanted to ask if you think its a narrow jet-like ejection or a proper CME. Currently trying to train my eye more for dimmings etc. heres a video of SUVI in 195A and 304A : https://gyazo.com/74ab69e211bcc6f513e6100be8ad39ba

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Just now, MinYoongi said:

Ill repost my last comment here then

i saw a little ejecta and wanted to ask if you think its a narrow jet-like ejection or a proper CME. Currently trying to train my eye more for dimmings etc. heres a video of SUVI in 195A and 304A : https://gyazo.com/74ab69e211bcc6f513e6100be8ad39ba

I see a very narrow jet blowing due east but I’m not very good at seeing CME’s until LASCO images come out

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The correlation seemed to fit with the tiny little flash visible in our current pix.  It also isn’t uncommon for events to be misattributed as we know. By just about anyone.  Especially when a plage area popped out an m class a couple years ago.  That was interesting!  You might be correct @Justanerd 

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35 minutes ago, SpaceR said:

It looks like this region popped another M-flare.

Yes. I can see a CME associated with it ejecting but I think towards the limb. 

Cc for @Jesterface23 in case it has an earth directed component. :) 

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35 minutes ago, SpaceR said:

Looks like an another low m class flare from this region. 

Very interesting. Take a look at 131 ang. It almost looks like its between two other active regions.  3729 being one of them the other a bit above it.  Perhaps 3733. Lmsal shows it as 3723 which is beyond limb.  Possible sympathetic flaring? 

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According to SWPC AR3730 is not even a region because its on the limb but according to solar demon it came from there.

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Exactly what  I ran into when trying to ascertain what might be correct.  That was why I “ eyeballed” 131 ang and that unfortunately wasn’t much help either.  3730 is on the limb I believe but doesn’t really matter much in the grand scheme of things.   It isn’t all that unusual to have conflicts, especially with automatic data and simultaneously flaring regions.  Incidentally sometimes a shorter wavelength like 92-94 angstrom channel can narrow down a flaring source from background better by eye, but I unfortunately didn’t think of that in time.  Haha. Mike 

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Text error. Shorter wavelengths
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