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2001 April 26

 

 

Event of 2001 April 26

 
Three fast coronal mass ejections (CMEs) occurred on April 26. The fist CME started at 08:30 UT, the second at 12:30 UT and the third at 13:31 UT. The second CME was a halo. The most powerful X-ray flare during the day was observed starting at 11:26 UT and its class was M7.8. The flare was located in NOAA active region 9433 (N17° W31°).


Created by memyll. Last Modification: Tuesday 27 of July, 2010 09:13:52 UTC by memyll.