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Event no. 169 of Table 2 (supplementary online material). (A) The GOES proton flux at E > 10, >30 and >60 MeV (red, blue and orange lines, respectively). The black dashed vertical line corresponds to the anticipated solar release time for this event (shifted by 500 s to allow the comparison with the EM emissions). (B) The SXRs flux observed by GOES, denoting an X5 solar flare at N22W07 (red curve; left axis). The black dashed vertical line corresponds to the start time of the solar flare. The dashed blue line provides the height-time plot of the CME leading edge observed by SOHO/LASCO (blue line; right axis), extrapolated back to the surface of the Sun. (C) Radio flux observed by Wind/WAVES. The dashed black line corresponds to the start time of the identified type III burst.

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