This is a follow up with an image and video released related to the AR1944 solar flare. All images and video credit goes to: NASA/SDO/Goddard
Yesterday's eruption comes with a predicted 60% chance of elevated auroral activity on January 9th. If there is activity, as nearly always, the best view will be at latitudes closer to the poles. In addition to the auroral activity, this particular region of the Sun is still heavily active and is expected to produce additional flares. Current estimates from NOAA put the chance of additional M-Class flares at around 80% and X-Class flares at around 50%. Still very active!
The image below is of the explosion which is denoted by the wispy filament arcs around the central disk that obscures the Sun to provide better visibility of the atmosphere and phenomenon around it.
Below is a video of the flare erupting.