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Fig. 2


Top, two averaged ion energy spectra obtained at 0125–0133 UT (the top one, blue) and at 0136–0150 UT (the second one, blue) with a peak at 235 keV from SEPT/anti-Sun and without a peak from the oppositely directed SEPT/Sun (black) telescopes. Middle, time profiles at 235 keV of all four telescopes. The burst is detected from the anti-Sun and north directions only. Bottom, the position of STEREO-B (blue filled circle), the nominal Parker spiral and the magnetic field ecliptic component during the event (blue arrow). The Earth and Jupiter positions are shown by black diamonds.

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