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X1.6 Coronal Mass Ejection impact!

It's here! The Coronal Mass Ejection launched by the X1.6 solar flare that occurred two days has arrived at the ACE satellite. It passed ACE at 15:31 UTC which means the CME arrived right on time! In this article we will keep you up to date on the events as they unfold.

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M4.5 Coronal Mass Ejection impact caused a G1 geomagnetic storm

The M4.5 Coronal Mass Ejection has arrived at Earth yesterday around 23:00 UTC which was close to the anticipated impact time. A minor G1 geomagnetic storm developed after the impact. The X1.6 Coronal Mass Ejection has yet to come and could cause a strong G3 geomagnetic storm.

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