EVENT LOG: M3.9 SOLAR FLARE     SOURCE: Sunspot 2146
DISCUSSION:

The second M-Class solar flare of the day, this time a moderate M3.9 event, was observed around region 2146 at 20:21 UTC. Updated coronagraph imagery reveals a relatively faint coronal mass ejection (CME) that is directed to the west and away from Earth.

LOG ENTRIES:

08/26/2014 @ 03:05 UTC
Additional coronagraph imagery is now available. The M3.9 solar flare did in fact generate a coronal mass ejection. This one also appears to be headed to the west and away from Earth.

08/25/2014 @ 22:05 UTC
AIA video of the event is now available. Located on the right hand side of this page. Still awaiting updated coronagraph imagery to determine if a CME is associated. Early indications are that if there is, it will not be as big as the one from earlier today following the longer duration M2.0 event.

08/25/2014 @ 20:25 UTC
The second M-Class solar flare of the day, this time a moderate M3.9 event, was observed around region 2146 at 20:21 UTC.

AIA VIDEO:

FLARE IMAGERY:

CME IMAGERY:

GOES-15 X-Ray FLUX: