First recorded coronal mass ejection from a distant star

The coronal mass ejection within the space is a mass ejection of the magnetic field and the corona and therefore it is regarded as one of the rarest events in space. With such ejection, it is also speculated and recorded that large amounts of plasma are also ejected. The magnetic field is strong so the recording of the event is relatively very easy to perform. The only star where such events are recorded is the sun which produces heat and light as a result of this event. However recently there has been a very rare event which has baffled the scientists as well as the space enthusiast all over the world. The Coronal Mass Ejection or the CME has been ejected from a very distant start that is not the sun. This is a very uncommon phenomenon because of the fact that only solar flares are detected on the stars but not the CME. (more…)