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Two Spectacular CMEs (June 4, 2004)


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The Sun produced two rather large coronal mass ejections (CMEs) in profile over a 16-hour period, June 3-4, 2004. Both appear to be from the same area that had just rotated out of view of SOHO. And both could be fairly described as spectacular events. These were taken by the C2 coronagraph in which the Sun is blocked out by an occulting disk so that the activity in the corona can be observed.

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