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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


Increasing threat of strong solar flares, CME hit anticipated

Solar activity has been low in last 24 hours, however, that might change today and in the coming days. New Active Region 2051 (S10W44, Dac/beta-gamma-delta) is growing rapidly and is now harboring energy for X-class solar flares. Eruptions from this regio

May 03, 2014

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Major solar flare measuring X1.3 erupted behind the west limb

Major solar flare measuring X1.3 erupted on April 25, 2014 from Region 2035 located behind the western limb. The event started at 00:17, peaked at 00:27, and ended at 00:38 UTC. Because of the location of this region CME was not Earth directed.R3 (strong) Radio Blac

April 25, 2014

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S1 (minor) solar radiation storm in progress after M7.3 solar flare on April 18

Earth is currently under the influence of S1 (minor) solar radiation storm created as a result of yesterday's M7.3 solar flare. Our planet is showered with highly energetic solar particles (primarily protons) released from the flare site. Extende

April 19, 2014

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Strong, long duration, solar flare measuring M7.3 erupted from Region 2036

A strong, long duration, solar flare measuring M7.3 erupted from Region 2036 on April 18, 2014. This event started at 12:31, peaked at 13:03 and ended at 13:20 UTC.R2 Moderate radio blackout threshold was reached at 12:55 UTC - limited black

April 18, 2014

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Geoeffective region erupts with moderately strong M1.0 solar flare

Moderately strong solar flare measuring M1.0 erupted from Region 2035 (S17E18, Fkc/beta-gamma) on April 16, 2014. This event started at 19:54, peaked at 19:59 and ended at 20:04 UTC. A Type II Radio Emission with estimated velocity of 1071 km/s was a

April 16, 2014


Pair of coronal holes, old sunspot regions coming back to Earth side of the Sun

A coronal hole high-speed stream (CH HSS) from a pair of coronal holes straddling the Sun's equator is predicted to become geoeffective beginning around midday on April 12 with an increase in solar wind speed expected along with enhancements in the In

April 10, 2014

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Long duration M6.5 solar flare erupted from Region 2027

Strong, long duration, solar flare measuring M6.5 erupted from Region 2027 on April 2, 2014. The event started at 13:18, peaked at 14:05 and ended at 14:28 UTC. A Type II and IV Radio Emission with estimated velocity of 903 km/h were observed

April 02, 2014

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Moderately strong M1.4 solar flare erupted near the western limb

A moderately strong solar flare measuring M1.4 at its peak time erupted on March 31, 2014 from Region 2014. The event started at 07:20, peaked at 08:07, and ended at 08:18 UTC. A Type IV Radio Emission was registered beginning at 08:17 UTC.  Type IV

March 31, 2014

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Rare ripple in Earth's magnetic field occurred during yesterday's X1.0 solar flare

During yesterday's major X1.0 solar flare (17:35 - 17:54 UTC) a rare event called Magnetic crochet occurred. Magnetic crochet, also known as Solar Flare Effect, occurs during fast impulsive flares and is described as a ripple in

March 30, 2014

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Major solar flare measuring X1.0 erupted from Region 2017

Major solar flare measuring X1.0 erupted from Region 2017 on March 29, 2014. This event started on 17:35, peaked at 17:48 and ended at 17:54 UTC. Area of impact consists of large portions of the sunlit side of Earth, strongest at the sub-solar point. Wide

March 29, 2014

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Region 2017 unleashed moderately strong M2.6 solar flare

Region 2017 unleashed a second moderately strong solar flare on March 28, 2014. This event peaked as M2.6 solar flare at 23:51 UTC, and like the previous one (M2.0), it was associated with Type II radiation sweep. Estimated speed of this event was 857

March 29, 2014

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Moderately strong M2.0 solar flare erupted from Region 2017

A moderately strong solar flare reaching M2.0 erupted from Region 2017 on March 28, 2014 at 19:18 UTC. A Type II radiation sweep with estimated velocity of 528 km/s was registered at 19:18 UTC. Type II emissions typically indicate a Coronal Mass Ejection is

March 28, 2014

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Glancing blow to Earth's magnetic field expected late on March 25

Active region 2014 (S14E20, Dsc/beta-gamma) produced a long duration C5 solar flare on March 23, 2014 at 03:48 UTC. This flare lasted several hours and thus produced energy equivalent to much stronger flares. A Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) associated with this event

March 24, 2014

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Moderately strong M1.7 solar flare, filament eruption - Earth directed Hyder flares possible

At 03:56 UTC today the Sun sent us its best equinox wishes with moderately strong M1.7 solar flare originating from Region 2010 (S15E27, Dac/beta). This was the largest event on the Sun in last 24 hours (by 12:30 UTC) and it was associated with a Type II

March 20, 2014