09/11/2014 23:00:00 UTC

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Comment Section

  • Weak shock arrival on the 11th, with another stronger shock apparent around 15:00 UT on the 12th. These are followed by a strong magnetic field and velocity enhancement, that show indications of magnetic field rotation and expansion. Very strong magnetic field, but very little of it was pointed southward (Hess)

Image Data

A combination of SWEPAM and MAG data from the ACE Satellite:
Plot sw mag plasma 2014091100.png Plot sw mag 2014091100.png Plot sw vel 2014091100.png
The blue lines are an approximation of the CME cloud and the red line denotes the shock.

Video Data


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