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M2.0 solar flare erupts from Region 2130

Moderately strong solar flare measuring M2.0 erupted from Active Region 2130 on August 1, 2014, at 14:48 UTC. The event started at 14:43, peaked at 14:48 and ended at 14:57 UTC. After almost 3 weeks without solar flares of this magnitude, this is now the second M-c

August 01, 2014

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Moderately strong M2.5 solar flare erupted from Region 2130

A moderately strong solar flare reaching M2.5 at its peak time erupted from Region 2130 on July 31, 2014, at 11:14 UTC. The event started at 11:01 and ended at 11:21 UTC.Region 2130 has 'beta-gamma-delta' magnetic configuration and is located near the

July 31, 2014

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Strong solar flare reaching M6.5 erupted near the northeastern limb

A strong solar flare reaching M6.5 at its peak time erupted from region 2113 located in the northeastern quadrant on July 8, 2014. The event started at 16:06, peaked at 16:20, and ended at 16:30 UTC.This event was associated with a Type IV radio emission. Type

July 08, 2014

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Long duration M1.4 solar flare erupted near the northeast limb

A long duration solar flare measuring M1.4 at its peak time erupted on July 1, 2014, at 11:23 UTC. The source of this event was AR 2106 ('beta') located near the northeast limb. The event started at 11:05, peaked at 11:23 and ended at 11:59 U

July 01, 2014

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Space weather highlights for June 9 - 15, 2014: 14 M-class and 3 X-class solar flares

Solar activity began the period at low levels, increased to high levels by midweek, and ended the period at moderate levels. In total, 17 solar flares were measured at or above the M1 (Minor) threshold from June 9 - 15, three of which were X-class (R3-Strong) flares.Reg

June 16, 2014

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Third X-class solar flare in last 24 hours - Impulsive X1.0 from AR 2087

It seems like the second peak of solar maximum is here. At 09:06 UTC on June 11, 2014, Active Region 2087 located near the southeastern limb erupted with third major solar flare in last 24 hours. This latest event was impulsive X1.0 flare. It started at 08:59, peaked at

June 11, 2014

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Increased solar activity - After two major solar flares an impulsive M3.0 erupts from AR 2087, M1.8 from AR 2080

Solar activity reached high levels yesterday as new Region 2087 (S18E71, Dai/beta-delta) produced an impulsive X2.2 flare peaking at 11:42 UTC and an X1.5 flare at 12:52 UTC. Forecasters estimate 60% chance of M-class, and 30% chance of X-class solar flares in the

June 11, 2014

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Second major solar flare of the day - X1.5 from southeastern limb

Two X-class solar flares erupted in just over one hour from Sun's southeastern limb today. The first one peaked at 11:42 UTC as an impulsive X2.2 - you can read more about it here. The second X-class event of the day started a

June 10, 2014

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Major solar flare reaching X2.2 erupted from southeastern limb

An impulsive solar flare reaching X2.2 at its peak time erupted on June 10, 2014, generating R3 (Strong) radio blackout. The event started at 11:36, peaked at 11:42 and ended at 11:44 UTC. Source was Active Region 2087 located on the southeastern limb.A large Coron

June 10, 2014

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Impulsive M1.4 solar flare erupted from Region 2080

Impulsive solar flare measuring M1.4 at its peak time erupted on June 6, 2014 from Active Region 2080. The event started at 19:26, peaked at 19:31 and ended at 19:33 UTC.Active regions 2080 and 2082 both exhibited rapid growth in last 36 hours and are now rotating into

June 06, 2014

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Huge solar filament collapses and causes Hyder flare

A huge solar filament, located in the southeast quadrant and stretching across more than 500 000 km, collapsed around 14:30 UTC on June 4, 2014 and hit the solar surface causing a "Hyder flare" - a type of solar flare that occurs without the aid of sunspots.Co

June 05, 2014

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Impulsive M1.3 solar flare erupted from Region 2077

An impulsive solar flare measuring M1.3 at its peak time erupted on June 3, 2014. The event started at 03:58, peaked at 04:09 and ended at 04:17 UTC.The source was AR 2077 (S09E15, Cso/beta-gamma) which exhibited growth in its intermediate spots just south of the l

June 03, 2014

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Moderately strong M1.3 solar flare erupted from AR 2065

Moderately strong solar flare measuring M1.3 at its peak time erupted on May 24, 2014. The event started at 18:26, peaked at 18:35 and ended at 18:44 UTC. The source was Active Region 2065 (beta) located near the western limb.A 10cm Radio Burst event with peak flux

May 24, 2014

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Coronal Hole directly facing Earth, filament eruption

Aside from a nice filament eruption and a Coronal Hole directly facing Earth, thus allowing solar material to freely rush in our direction, solar activity has been at low levels during last 30 hours.It is expected to remain low with a chance for M-cl

May 13, 2014

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Strong, long duration solar flare measuring M5.2 erupted from Region 2056

A strong, long duration, solar flare measuring M5.2 erupted from 'beta-gamma' Region 2056 on May 8, 2014. The event started at 09:20, peaked at 10:07, and ended at 10:18 UTC. This region is located near the eastern limb.Radio blackout levels 

May 08, 2014

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Moderate eruptions beyond Sun's western limb, more in the offing

Departing region 2051 produced 2 M-class and several C-class solar flares in last 24 hours. Newly numbered Region 2055 showed minor penumbral development in its trailer portion and should be on the watch.At 22:09 UTC on May 6 Region 2051 erupted with M1.0 sola

May 07, 2014

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Moderately strong M1.8 solar flare erupted from western limb

Moderately strong solar flare measuring M1.8 at its peak time erupted on May 6, 2014. The event started at 08:41, peaked at 09:03 and ended at 09:21 UTC.The source was Active Region 2051 located on the western limb. CME was not Earth directed. [Updates]Solar wind parame

May 06, 2014