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The left image shows the CME on the Tuesday evening photographed by the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory. A disk blocks the blinding sun (white circle). The right image,taken early this morning, is nearly saturated with artifacts from thousands of high-energy storm particles hitting the detector. Credit: NASA/ESA (From

Astro Bob blog: Solar storm hits, expected to continue through tonight

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Like many of you, I stayed up as late as I could hoping to see aurora and then finally went to bed. The coronal mass ejection (CME) - that high-speed soup of electrons and protons shot from the sun by Wednesday's X5.4 flare - arrived around 6 a.m. this morning.


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