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M3.7 coronal mass ejection

Yesterday at 13:52 UTC, a long duration M3.7 (R1-minor) solar flare took place near sunspot region 2443. It released a coronal mass ejection that will likely arrive at our planet during the evening hours on Saturday, 7 November.

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