M4.3 Solar Flare – October 16, 2014

An impulsive M4.3 Solar Flare was registered at 13:03 today from an active region yet to turn the earth facing solar disk and will be numbered once it does so. This active region could provide fireworks in the days ahead. As yet no Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) is available via satellite imagery but we can expect a large CME headed towards mars once imagery becomes available. Associated with this blast was 10cm radio burst with a duration of 60 seconds and a peak flux of 180 sfu.

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