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Long duration C3.7 solar flare erupted with Earth directed CME

A long duration C3 class solar flare erupted from Active Region 11577 peaking at 23:55 UTC September 27, 2012. The flare has produced a Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) which is expected to impact the Earth's magnetic field sometime late September 29, 2012. Proton levels

September 28, 2012

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Solar prominence observed at eastern limb

Solar activity was at low levels. The largest event during last 48 hours was a long duration C1 solar flare with a large prominence erupted on September 23 around 15:56 UTC from an area behind the eastern limb. It produces CME cloud with no threat to Earth.Some

September 23, 2012

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Several strong solar flares and CME's seen at farside

At least three large CME clouds were observed during last 24 hours but all of them were at far side so there is no danger for Earth, they are heading away from our planet. Old Sunspot 1564 was probably source of the flares. STEREO Behind COR2 recorded bright flash with

September 20, 2012

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Sun produced great solar filament eruption

Solar activity is expected to be low with a slight chance for M-class flares for the next three days, mainly from Region 1569. NOAA/SWPC estimates 20% chances of M-class solar flare. Region 1564 is crackling with C-class flares.The geomagnetic field was mostly quiet

September 14, 2012

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Sunspot 1564 unleashed another solar flare reaching M1.2

Sunspot 1564 produced M1.2 solar flare at 22:36 UTC on September 9. It is not appeared to be Earth-directed.Another M class event was recorded day earlier. Sunspot 1564 produced an M1.4 long duration flare peaking at 17:59 UTC on September 8. CACTus reported

September 10, 2012

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Moderate solar flare M1.6 peaked at 04:13 UTC

Sunspot 1560 erupted with moderate solar flare reaching M1.6 on September 6, 2012. Peak of this event was at 04:13 UTC. Large Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) is not

September 06, 2012

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Moderate solar flare reaching M1.3 peaked at 12:11 UTC

A moderate solar flare reaching M1.3 peaked on August 30, 2012. This event started at 12:02, peaked at 12:11 UTC and ended at 12:14. The source of this solar flare was new sunspot rotating into view off the eastern limb.There is 15% chance of another M-class, and 1%

August 30, 2012

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Two more M-class events from Region 1548 - M 1.8 and M 2.0

After today's strong M5.5 solar flare at 01:02 UTC another two moderate class solar flares erupted. On August 18, 2012 at 03:23 UTC new Active Region 1548 erupted with M1.8 solar flare followed by M2.0 at 16:27 UTC.More M-class events are expected from Region 1548.

August 18, 2012

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New active region produced strong M5.5 solar flare

A new Active Region off the northeastern limb is really active and is crackling with M-class solar flares. Latest strong solar flare, reaching M5.5, occurred at 01:02 UTC on August 18. It did not produce Earth-directed CME.New active region is numbered as 1547

August 18, 2012

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The second M-Class flare today around the new active region

The second M-class solar flare occurred today off the northeast limb at 17:20 UTC. It was measured as low-level M1.0 flare. The M1 flare was accompanied by a short duration Tenflare (10 cm Radio Burst) at levels of 140 sfu.  It is a second M-class solar  flare

August 18, 2012

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Impulsive M2.4 solar flare peaked at 13:19 UTC

Impulsive M2.4 solar flare peaked at 13:19 UTC on August 17, 2012. The event started at 13:12 (B2.8) and ended at 13:23  (M1.0). The flare was centered around a new active region off the northeastern limb. This region is turning into view

August 17, 2012

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Sun released long-duration C3 solar flare and CME

Solar activity was low for the last several days. Sunspot Region 1543 produced a long-duration C3 flare at 13:16 UTC on August 16. This flare was accompanied by Type II (704 km/s) and Type IV radio emissions and a coronal mass ejection (CME). Type II emissions occur

August 17, 2012

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Moderate solar flare - M1.6 peaked at 4:38 UTC Monday morning

After low solar activity the Sun erupted today with a moderate solar flare. This latest event started at 04:33 and peaked at 04:38 UTC Monday, August 6, 2012 with M1.6 solar flare. The source of this event was probably a new region now about to rotate into view off the

August 06, 2012

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Region 1536 erupted with M1.1 solar flare

New Active Region 1536 erupted with moderate solar flare today. The event peaked at 15:48 UTC on July 30, 2012 measuring M1.1. This is first M-class solar flare from Region 1536.At 14:03 UTC today Region 1532 (S19E14) erupted with C8.8 flare. Analysis with

July 30, 2012

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Sun unleashed M2.3 solar flare

Sunspot AR1532 is crackling with M-class solar flares. After strong M6.1 solar flare on July 28 at 20:56 UTC, it generated another M-class solar flare on July 29 at 06:22, this time measuring M2.3.The sunspot is still too far off the disk center to be very

July 29, 2012

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Region 1532 unleashed another M-class solar flare - M6.1

On July 28, 2012 at 20:56 UTC Region 1532 unleashed M6.1 solar flare. The solar flare did genarate Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) it does not look Earth directed. The sunspot is still too far off the disk center to be very geoeffective. This will change in the following

July 28, 2012

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Region 1532 erupted with M2.7 solar flare

On July 27, 2012 emerging Region 1532 unleashed an M-class solar flare. This latest event started at 17:17 and peaked at 17:26 UTC as M2.7 solar flare.  It does not look like it produced a substantial CME and even if it did it was not Earth directed.A Type IV

July 27, 2012