This paper is highlighted on the duration of time for the Coronal Mass Ejections (CMEs) to occur related to solar flare event and the class of solar burst type III that present within the two phenomenon. It is important to understand the evaluations of solar flare until CMEs mean to be appearing and know the basic characterization of solar radio burst type III. It can be observed that CME is even larger than the sun itself. At certain period of time, when the Sun launches billons tones of electrically conducting gas plasma into the space at millions of miles per hours it is assigned that CMEs begin to launch. The data on 23rd of April was selected whereby; solar radio burst type 3 was detected (about 17:36 UT – 17:44 UT). At 17:40 solar flare with a radio burst and CMEs were produced by the sun. Associated with this event, current condition of solar wind speed is 359.5 km/sec with density of 6.0 protons/ and sunspot number are 118. Those at the high latitude have a chance of aurora due to the small geomagnetic storm.
International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy (Volume 50)
M. O. Ali et al., "Investigation of Coronal Mass Ejections Related to Solar Flare Event and the Formation of the Small Geomagnetic Storm", International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy, Vol. 50, pp. 26-34, 2015