M1.6 Flare: A Solar Flare which peaked at M1.6 class was registered at 03:25 UT Thursday morning. Active Region 11318 was the instigator of this flare and a spectacular coronal mass ejection followed. This Flare and CME were not earth directed.
Solar Activity continues to be moderate with more low level M1.3 Class flares taking place. Two CME’s are seen in Lasco images and one of those caused by a filament burst is probably directed towards earth.
Active Regions 11314 and 11319 have rotated onto the western limb and out of direct earth view. At the same time, a new Sunspot group now numbered 11330 rotated into view.
A CME hit Earth’s magnetic field on Oct. 24th at approximately 1800 UT (02:00 pm EDT). According to analysts at the Goddard Space Weather Lab, the impact caused a strong compression of Earth’s magnetic field, allowing solar wind to penetrate all the way down to geosynchronous orbit for a brief period between 19:06 UT and 19:11 UT. Earth-orbiting spacecraft could have been directly exposed to solar wind plasma during that time, continue reading at spaceweather
UFOs, Lasers near our Sun
In our previous article A lot of UFO activity in the orbit of the Sun we wrote about the many unknown unexplained objects near the Sun
Again, besides the M-Class Solar Flares and Earth directed CMEs, unexplainable objects near our Sun were observed. Watch the video.
Although, many objects are just natural phenomena, there are still many unexplained sightings and not only on Earth but also in the vicinity of the Sun.