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The day after: return to quiet geomagnetic conditions

It is now more than 24 hours after the X1 CME impact and geomagnetic conditions are currently quiet to unsettled as CME effects wane. The direction of the IMF stayed firmly north following the shock passage and this severely hampered the development of more geomagnetic storming. Header image by Jeremy Gilchrist from Vermont, USA.

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