Beautiful plasma-winged ‘butterfly’ erupts from the solar’s far facet


A time-lapse of the butterfly CME’s quickly-unfurling plasma wings.  (Picture credit score: NASA/Photo voltaic and Heliospheric Observatory)

A wonderful and ghostly “butterfly” has launched from the solar, unfurling its ethereal, gossamer wings in two increasing arcs of plasma. 

Astronomers noticed the weird photo voltaic eruption, often called a coronal mass ejection (CME), exploding from the far facet of the solar Friday (March 10), based on

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