Sonneneruption und flüchtiger Schlag CME - 10. Juli. 2023.
(Solar Flare and Glancing Blow CME - July 10. 2023.)
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Region 3558 which currently appears to be a magnetic plage, produced a moderate M2.4 solar flare at 03:55 UTC (Jul 10). The previously quiet sunspot was not expected to explode. Type II solar radio emissions reported by the US Air Force suggest that it hurled a CME to space faster than 1060 km/s (2.4 million mph). The CME is heading mostly to the southwest, although an Earth directed component will be associated. NASA's model predicts a glancing blow to our planet early on July 13th.
A pulse of X-rays and ultraviolet radiation from the flare ionized the top of Earth’s atmosphere causing a shortwave radio blackout over the North Australia, SE Asia, China, India, Siberia, and Micronesia.