Restless Region 1515 just produced an M-class solar flare again

Restless Region 1515 just produced an M-class solar flare again

After series of C-class flares, for last couple of hours, Region 1515 just produced another M-class solar flare. On July 4, 2012 an M2 solar flare peaked at 04:37 UTC. The event started at 04:37 and ended at 04:45 UTC.

A Type IV radio emission was measuered.

Type IV emissions occur in association with major eruptions on the sun and are typically associated with strong coronal mass ejections and solar radiation storms.

Space Weather Message Code: ALTTP4 Serial Number: 376 Issue Time: 2012 July 04 05:44 UTC

ALERT: Type IV Radio Emission Begin Time: 2012 July 04 04:44 UTC

There is 70% chance for another M-class flare and 10% for X-class solar flare.

 

Featured image: Region 1515 on July 3, 2012

Tags: m-class

Comments

JOEY WAYUDOIN 8 years ago

WHY DOES THE ARRANGEMENT OF SUNSPOTS 1513-1517 LOOK LIKE A FACE? TWO EYES AT TOP AND A MOUTH AT THE LOWER SIDE

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