Solar activity picking up: sunspot is emerging over the sun's NE limb. Yesterday it unleashed three M-class solar flares and hurled a coronal mass ejections into space. Geoeffective solar activity could increase in the days ahead as the sun's rotation turns the sunspot toward Earth.
Solar activity has increased to moderate levels with a tleast 3 M-Class flares taking place around an active region now rotating into view on the northeast limb.
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