January 30, 2012
A large solar storm with a burst of X-ray bursts magnitude x1.7 and coronal mass ejection (CME), began on January 27, 2012 after 17 hours, which exceeded the storm registered on 23 January M.8 level.
At CME, astronomers and Heliospheric Observatory SOHO Soar describe them as shocks through the solar wind, "similar to a bow wave ahead of a fast moving boat."
Electrons and protons accelerated to nearly the speed of light and look like light rays when they hit SOHO detectors.
The Climate Prediction Center Space United States sent a series of alerts that include radio blackouts at R4 and R3 level today with solar radiation storms at S1 and S2 particles of 100 MeV protons are valid as 16:30.
At 11:28 UTC 2MeV flows [unit of measurement] electron particle exceeded 1000 pfu by the alert is active.
On the morning of January 27 the sun flames drove past another four hours UTC on 23 January and there was a storm of magnitude M.8 with geomagnetic storms that displayed beautiful aurora borealis. Following the storm were still ongoing effects of solar radiation at high latitudes.
Publicado por Nadir Sosa en 2:32:00 AM