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2005 September 7-10

 
A powerful X17.0-class X-ray flare started at 17:17 UT and ended at 18:03 on Semptember 7. It was located in active region NOAA 10808 (N11° E77°). Another powerful (class: X5.4) X-ray flare occurred at 20:52 on September 8. The flares weren`t accompanied by a coronal mass ejection (CME).

There were three class X X-ray flares during September 9. The first flare started at 01:43, the second at 09:42 UT (S11° E66°) and the third at 19:13 (S12° E67°). There also were five class M X-ray flares. A halo CME was measured at 19:48 UT and its speed was 2257km/s.

There were two intense X-ray flare on September 10. The first one was observed at 16:34 UT and the second one at 21:30 UT. The second flare was accompanied by a halo CME.


Created by memyll. Last Modification: Tuesday 20 of July, 2010 12:44:44 UTC by memyll.