maybe a new flare tonight? May 27th , @ 18h20 UT Paris

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maybe a new flare tonight? May 27th , @ 18h20 UT Paris

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Hello ,
27 may 2024, Paris..
after work , i notice a gap between clouds and i have very little time before the sun disappears behind some bluidings... so i could only catch a few images...

There was a very bright spot with a doppler shift that meant high velocities so i guess that it could have been a flare maybe...

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Re: maybe a new flare tonight? May 27th , @ 18h20 UT Paris

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apparently I wasnt dreaming afterall...
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Re: maybe a new flare tonight? May 27th , @ 18h20 UT Paris

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on helioviewer it shows it @ 18h20 UT
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Re: maybe a new flare tonight? May 27th , @ 18h20 UT Paris

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I caught it in Arizona with the SolEx yesterday morning at 17:30 UTC. This morning a couple of spots from the group were beginning to appear.

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ooohh great!!! thank you very much!!! its so cool to see photos taken from other observers ^^ !!


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Post by Montana »

Wow!! you caught the explosion too :bow :hamster:

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