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Three X-class Flares in 24 Hours

Sun: SDO false-color image of an X2.8-class flare on May 13, 2013 (171 angstroms / 17.1 nm)

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Three X-class Flares in 24 Hours

four SDO images showing X3.2-class flare from May 2013

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Galaxy Wonders » Space Art – Miscellaneous Part 14, Visit our Website for more Information and Pictures

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Releases Images of a Mid-level Solar Flare

NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory captured this image of a solar flare on Oct. 2, 2014. The solar flare is the bright flash of light on the right limb of the sun. A burst of solar material erupting out into space can be seen just below it.

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A huge X1.2-class solar flare erupted from the sun late Tuesday (May 14, 2013), the fourth major flare in two days from a busy sunspot on the surface of the sun. NASA's Solar Dynamic Observatory captured this view of the event.

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