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Solar Coronal Mass Ejection
Solar Coronal Mass Ejection
25 Oct 2000
(Source: Spaceweather.com)

This morning a full halo coronal mass ejection sped away from the Sun faster than 620 km/s. The leading edge of a solar wind shock wave could arrive in the neighborhood of Earth later this week and possibly trigger auroras. For details and animations please visit:

http://www.spaceweather.com

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