The sunspot AR1429 has produced a new blasting M8 class that has so touched the most powerful class. During the flare, the amateur astronomer Thoms Ashcraft recorded from New Mexico a series of explosions at 21:28 MHz radio: File audio shock wave after the explosion on the surface of the sun. "The roar that you just heard is caused by shock waves through the solar atmosphere in the aftermath of the explosion. This is a recording of one of the most turbulent of nature, "says the passionate declaring these statements to Spaceweather site. Even this coronal mass ejection resulting seems headed toward Earth. According to the forecast of analysts of the center of space weather, cloud hit the magnetosphere on March 12 at 19:03, with the usual margin of + / - 7 hours, possibly triggering a new cycle of geomagnetic storms. After passing through the Earth, the CME will hit the Mars Science Lab March 13, and day 14. Curiosity Mars aboard the rover, could get very important information to the passage of the plasma cloud.