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2003 May 28-29

 
A halo coronal mass ejection (CME) was observed at 00:50 UT on May 28. Its speed was 10365 km/s and it was associated with class X1.2 X-ray flare. The flare occurred during 00:17-00:39 UT. The second and the third fast CME started at 04:26 and 14:06 UT on the same day.

A fast halo CME was also measured at 01:27 UT on May 29. Its speed was 1237 km/s and it was accompanied by class X1.2 X-ray flare. The flare was located in active region NOAA 10365 (S06° W37°). Two X-ray flares which class was above M were also observed that day.


Created by memyll. Last Modification: Thursday 22 of July, 2010 07:36:20 UTC by memyll.