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Sun 140610, east limb pair of X2.2 and X1.5 X-ray flares, radio emission of types II IV V reaching over 40 decibel above background

10 Jun 2014, 17:15 UTC
Sun 140610, east limb pair of X2.2 and X1.5 X-ray flares, radio emission of types II IV V reaching over 40 decibel above background
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Many thanks to the Taxpayers of France, the Nancay Decametric Array Team at the Nancay Radio Astronomy Station of Paris Observatory, NOAA SWPC, NASA SDO, and Lockheed Martin Solar Laboratory.The vertical scale is hours and minutes of Universal TimeThe horizontal scale is MHzThe dynamic range from black to white is 40 decibel

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