Another M-class solar flare peaked at 20:07 UTC - M3.8

Another M-class solar flare peaked at 20:07 UTC - M3.8

Sunspot 1515 just produced another M-class solar flare. The event started 19:59, peaked 20:07 at M3.8 and ended at 20:13 UTC, July 2, 2012. This large Sunspot cluster could generate a major solar flare within the next couple of days.

This is a second M-class solar flare today and the second from the same sunspot. Sunspot 1515, located in the southern hemisphere produced a strong M5.6 Solar Flare this morning at 10:52 UTC.

This region is in a great location for Earth directed explosions.



 

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