A CME JUST HIT EARTH, WEAKLY: A coronal mass ejection (CME) hit Earth’s magnetic field on May 7th at 1544 UT. The weak impact did not cause a geomagnetic storm. This might not be the CME we’ve been waiting for. Its arrival was early and its impact weaker than expected. Stay tuned for a possible second CME later today. CME alerts: SMS Text.
“THE CME WE’VE BEEN WAITING FOR” A three-day outburst of M-class solar flares on May 3rd, 4th and 5th, hurled so many CMEs into space that analysts had trouble sorting them out. NOAA has determined that at least one is heading for Earth.
If this model is correct, the CME will hit Earth’s magnetic field on May 7th around 2100 UT. The impact could spark geomagnetic storms ranging in intensity from minor (G1) to moderate (G2) and maybe even strong (G3). An unrelated stream of solar wind might also contribute to the geomagnetic activity. During G3-class storms, auroras have been sighted in the USA as far south as Illinois and Oregon.
Update: This NOAA model replaces an earlier one which had the CME arriving on May 8th at 1800 UT. The difference between the two models gives a sense of the uncertainty in the CME’s predicted arrival time. Aurora chasers should be prepared for an impact on either May 7th or 8th.
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