I learned of this via Spaceweather.com:
You can see the material crashing back into the sun.
Want another view?
Apparently this wasn’t pointed directly at the Earth but we are getting some of the blast. There will probably be auroras on 8-9 June.
The annual Arietid meteor shower peaks this week on June 7th and 8th. The Arietids are unusual because they are daytime meteors; the shower is most intense after sunrise. People who wake up early might notice a small number of Arietids during the dark hours before dawn. The real action, however, occurs in broad daylight. Tune into the meteor radar for echoes.