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1/26/2007

High Solar Activity On Far Side Of Sun

Breaking Solar News
Jan 26, 2007
AROUND THE CORNER? Yesterday,something on the far side of the sun exploded, hurling a bright coronal mass ejection (CME) into space:

This is the second day in a row that a CME has rocketed into view from behind the sun's eastern limb (movies: Jan. 24, Jan. 25). An active sunspot must be lurking just around the corner. It should appear in a few days when the sun's rotation carries that part of the sun into view. Stay tuned for solar activity. Very Latest Soho Images

News Source: Spaceweather.com

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