But wait, there's more! "Before that event ended," The Watchers continued, "an impulsive and strong M5.7 solar flare erupted and peaked at 17:32 UTC." That's roughly half an hour later, and that's astounding. "A Type II radio emission was associated with the event which typically indicates Coronal Mass Ejection (CME)." But don't panic: Experts say that if a CME was shot into space it probably was not in our direction. Below, two great videos explain the May 3 double solar flares.