Solar flare sends CME hurtling through space

06/24/2013 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Scientists reported that an M2 solar flare occurred Thursday night, a few hours before the summer solstice. The solar flare was mild but sent a coronal mass ejection hurtling into space at a higher than normal rate of speed -- 1,349 miles per second, according to NASA and the European Space Agency.

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