Solar Filament


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Most solar flares come from sunspots. The next big explosion, however, could come from a different source: A huge filament of magnetism is snaking over the Sun’s southeastern limb, shown here in a Feb. 5th image from NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory.
This structure is, essentially,…

Most solar flares come from sunspots. The next big explosion, however, could come from a different source: A huge filament of magnetism is snaking over the Sun’s southeastern limb, shown here in a Feb. 5th image from NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory.

This structure is, essentially, a tendril of plasma more than 400,000 km long held suspended above the surface of the sun by magnetic forces. If it becomes unstable and erupts, it could hurl parts of itself into space. Pieces of the filament falling back to the solar surface would explode upon impact, creating one or more Hyder flares.

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