Sun Diving Comet & M3.9 Flare / Solar Watch Oct 3,2011

DOUBLE ERUPTION: On October 1st around 10:17 UT, widely-spaced sunspots 1302 and 1305 erupted in quick succession, revealing a long-distance entanglement which was not obvious before. NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) recorded the double blast: The part of the eruption centered on sunspot 1305 hurled a coronal mass ejection toward Earth. The relatively slow-moving (500 km/s) cloud is expected to reach our planet on Oct. 4th, possibly causing geomagnetic storms when it arrives. High-latitude sky watchers should be alert for auroras. Above information extracted from spaceweather.com Earthquake Reporting Channel www.youtube.com solarwatcher website solarwatcher.net Soho Website http Solar Soft website www.lmsal.com Helioviewer www.helioviewer.org Quality Dedicated Solar Website Link solarimg.org Estimated Planetary K index information www.swpc.noaa.gov GOES Xray Flux Data www.swpc.noaa.gov Sunspot Information from Solar Monitor www.solarmonitor.org Earthquake Forecasting Channel youtube.com Quality Weather Website www.westernpacificweather.com Space Weather Website http SolarIMG website solarimg.org Intro music used is royalty free and created by Kevin MacLeod Ending music used is from Soundcritters (Swords And Claws)

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