Why do corpuscles ejected during solar flares move along curved paths?

The initial velocity of corpuscles in the heliocentric frame of reference is determined by the velocity of the ejection relative to the surface of the Sun and directed normally to it and by the velocity of rotation of this section of the surface. In the gravitational field of the Sun, particles move according to Kepler’s laws. A magnetic field acts on charged particles.

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