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Filament eruption, G1 storm watch

We are hopping in the way back time machine today and take you back to... Saturday. Yes... Saturday... Saturday as in two days ago. A filament eruption occurred around 11 UTC on the Sun's southern hemisphere and launched a partial halo coronal mass ejection which could impact our planet.

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