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Impulsive solar flare reaching M6.3 erupted from central region on the Sun

Impulsive solar flare measuring M6.3 erupted on November 1, 2013 at 19:53 UTC. The source of this event is centered around AR 1884 located at the center of disk and very geoeffective. A 10 cm Radio Burst (TenFlare) was associated with the

November 01, 2013

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Moderate M1.9 solar flare erupted off the southwest limb

Moderate M1.9 solar flare erupted from the vicinity of departuring regions 1879 and 1877 at the southwest limb. This latest event erupted at 13:51 UTC on October 31, 2013. Solar activity was relatively calm in the past 24 hours compared to strong

October 31, 2013

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Major solar flare reaching X2.3 erupted from AR 1875

A major solar flare reaching X2.3 peaked at 21:54 UTC on Tuesday, October 29, 2013. This event originated from AR 1875 located on the west limb. A Type IV Radio Emission, indicating a strong coronal mass ejection, was associated with the event but since

October 29, 2013

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Unsettled geomagnetic conditions expected as solar activity picks up

From the start of October, Sun erupted 28 M-class and 3 X-class solar flares, sending the material into the space. Solar activity is still raising with major X1.0 flare on October 28, 2013 and four moderate M-class flares. While our geomagnetic field is

October 29, 2013

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Major X1.0 solar flare erupts with bright CME - glancing blow expected on October 31

Increased solar activity will continue this week. Beta-Gamma-Delta classified Active Region 1875 erupted with major solar flare reaching X1.0 at 02:03 UTC on Monday, October 28, 2013. A bright Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) is visible emerging from the Sun. This region

October 28, 2013

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Increased solar activity - Second major solar flare of day, X2.1 from Region 1882

AR 1882 erupted with major solar flare measuring X2.1 at 15:03 UTC on October 25, 2013. Type II and IV radio emissions were associated with the event. Type IV emissions occur in association with major eruptions on the Sun and are typically associated with

October 25, 2013

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Major solar flare measuring X1.7 erupted from Region 1882

Following days of increased solar activity newly emerging Active Region 1882 erupted with major solar flare measuring X1.7 on October 25, 2013. The event started at 07:53, peaked at 08:01 and ended at 08:08 UTC. This region is not in

October 25, 2013

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Emerging Sunspot 1882 produced an M 2.9 solar flare

New sunspot emerging from the southeastern limb, numbered as AR 1882, announced itself with moderate M 2.9 flare at 03:02 UTC on October 25, 2013. The event started at 02:55 UTC, peaked at 03:02 UTC and ended at 03:17 UTC. A Type II and IV radio emissions were

October 25, 2013

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Increased solar activity continues with multiple M-class solar flares

Only 3 hours after impulsive M 2.7 solar flare, Active Region 1875 erupted multiple solar flares registered as M 1.4 at 23:33 UTC on October 23, 2013 followed by M 3.1 at 00:08 UTC on October 24, 2013. This active region will probably continue with its high

October 24, 2013

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Impulsive M 2.7 flare erupted from AR 1875

Impulsive and moderate solar flare registered as M 2.7 erupted from Active Region 1875. The event started at 20:41 UTC, peaked at 20:53 UTC and ended at 20:59 UTC on October 23, 2013. GOES X-Ray 1 minute flux plot with SDO's EVE (Credit:

October 23, 2013

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Third M-class solar flare in last 24 hours - Impulsive M4.2 with Earth directed CME

After two M1.0 solar flares today, AR 1875 treated us with another one. At 21:20 UTC an impulsive solar flare measuring M4.2 erupted. A Type II Radio Emission was registered indicating a Coronal Mass Ejection was associated with the event. AR 1875 is in

October 22, 2013

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Large filament eruption and second moderate solar flare from Region 1875

Active Region 1875 erupted with second M-class solar flare today. The latest event started 14:49, peaked at 15:20 as M1.0 solar flare and ended at 15:28 UTC.  The same region, Beta-Gamma-Delta classified AR 1875, delivered short duration M1.0 solar

October 22, 2013

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Moderate M1.0 solar flare erupted from Region 1875

Beta-Gamma-Delta classified Active Region 1875 delivered short duration M1.0 solar flare on October 22, 2013 at 00:22 UTC. The event started at 00:14 and ended at 00:28 UTC.  This region is now almost at the center of the disk, the perfect

October 22, 2013

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Long duration M1.2 solar flare erupted from Region 1861

A long duration solar flare measuring M1.2 erupted at 15:41 UTC on October 17, 2013. The responsible region is "beta-gamma" classified AR 1861 located near the west limb. If CME was generated it would be directed mostly away from

October 17, 2013

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Sunspot 1865 produced an impulsive M1.3 flare

Sunspot 1865 produced an impulsive M1.3 solar flare at 23:36 UTC on October 15, 2013. Due to the location of this region, solar plasma could be Earth-directed. This same sunspot already produced M 1.1 flare earlier in the day. Sunspot 1865 has a

October 16, 2013

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Sunspot 1865 produced an M1.1 flare - possible Earth-directed CME

In last 24 hours solar activity has been at moderate levels with many C-class flares detected from sunspots 1865, 1861 and from new approaching region behind the east limb. Active Region 1865 produced an M1.1 flare at 09:00 UTC. There are clear dimming

October 15, 2013

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Moderate M1.7 solar flare erupted from geoeffective AR 1865

A moderate solar flare measuring M1.7 erupted on Sunday, October 13, 2013. The event peaked at 00:43 UTC and a Type II Radio Emission was associated. Type II emissions occur in association with eruptions on the Sun and typically indicate a Coronal Mass Ejection is

October 13, 2013