An M1.1 Solar Flare peaked at 15:08 UTC Monday morning and was centered around a new region located on the Northeast Limb. Stay Tuned for increasing solar activity.
The second and third M-Class Flares of the day has taken place around the new region hiding on the northeast limb. The second flare topped out at M1.4. (SolarHam)
A filament eruption was observed starting in the northeast quadrant at 13:56 UTC, no significant CME seems to have been produced.
A small coronal hole (CH482) in the northern hemisphere will likely rotate into an Earth facing position on November 1-2. CH482 became smaller on October 30 due to the development of region 11334. (Solen.info)
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