A farsided eruption around a potential active region was observed on Saturday from behind the southeast limb. The event measured as a long duration B9 flare and is associated with a coronal mass ejection (CME) that will be directed away from Earth as seen from STEREO-A spacecraft. Because this event took place out of direct view of the GOES-16 spacecraft, the X-Ray strength was likely larger. Coronagraphs onboard the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) saw the debris flying into space. This coronal mass ejection (CME) will not hit Earth. However, future CMEs might. The underlying blast site (probably an unstable sunspot) will rotate into view ~48 hours from now. By mid-week Earth could be in the strike zone. NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory was also captured the event in extreme ultaviolet wavelengths. Stay Tuned!