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M3.9 coronal mass ejection

It took a little while but there is finally enough SOHO LASCO coronagraph imagery to analyse the coronal mass ejection that was released during yesterday's M3.9 solar flare from sunspot region 2449. A partial halo coronal mass ejection was launched and a glancing blow might arrive at Earth.

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