Yesterday, April 12, there were two flares on the Sun, which visually looked powerful enough, but also unusual in the structure of their spherical ejections.
In total on April 12, there were two outbreaks that occurred one after the other. However, there is a complete lack of any information about these emissions.
Both flares are clearly visible on satellite images sent by SOHO satellites, but on other NASA monitoring, these flares are not reflected anywhere.
According to NASA, no solar flares were registered yesterday. On Twitter of the SOHO mission, a one-phrase post about these emissions was published today – “Finally some action in the solar corona.” And that’s all.
That’s all that these two very impressive flashes have been awarded. Ultimately, in the absence of information, it is difficult to judge what it was and where these coronal mass ejections are directed.