SDO sees a big storm

Space Weather News for August 1, 2010

GLOBAL ERUPTION:  During the early hours of August 1st, NASA’s Solar
Dynamics Observatory recorded a complex global disturbance on the
Earth-facing side of the sun.  Most of the sun’s northern hemisphere was
involved in the event, which included a long-duration C3-class solar
flare, a “solar tsunami,” and a massive filament eruption.  As a result
of these blasts, a coronal mass ejection (CME) is heading toward Earth.
High-latitude geomagnetic storms and auroras are possible when the cloud
arrives a few days hence.  Check for movies and

1 Comment

  1. Thanks for the informatiom ,ive had a gut feeling for months,recently i got two dates in my mind 26th sep and 6th oct.when something big is going to happen ,could well be iam thinking related to what you said above, and the storm which has recently hit new zealand.

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