Solar activity - page 24

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M1.9 solar flare peaked at 11:32 UTC on Saturday, June 9, 2012

A moderate solar flare reaching M1.9 was detected around the new sunspot rotating into view in the southeast qudrant. The event started at 11:20, peaked at 11:32 and ended at 11:35 on Saturday, June 9, 2012 UTC.Solar activity continues at low levels heading into

June 09, 2012

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Moderate solar flare reaching M2.1 took place at 20:06 UTC, June 6, 2012

A moderate solar flare reaching M2.1 took place at 20:06 UTC on Wednesday, June 6, 2012. The flare was centered around Sunspot 1494 and was not  long in duration.Warning: Type IV Radio EmissionIssue Time: 2012 Jun 06 2018 UTCALERT: Type IV Radio EmissionBegin

June 06, 2012

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Powerful solar tsunami along with yesterdays impulsive M3-Class solar flare

New sunspot 1496 unleashed an impulsive M3-Class solar flare on June 3rd at 17:55 UTC. The explosion hurled a coronal mass ejection (CME) into space. The cloud does not appear to be heading for Earth, although this conclusion could be revised by further analysis.

June 04, 2012

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Moderate solar flare reaching M3.3 peaked at 17:55 UTC Sunday, June 3, 2012

Moderate solar flare reaching M3.3 peaked at 17:55 UTC on Sunday, June 3, 2012. The quick flash of light was centered around Sunspot 1493 located in the northern hemisphere. A TenFlare measuring 320pfu was recorded as well.A Type II emission (est 1077 km/s) was also

June 03, 2012

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2 months of live feed of the sun by GOES-15

2 months of live feed of the Sun recorded from NASA GOES-15 SXI  from March 28 to May 28, 2012Music: Chopin - Nocturne in E flat major Op. 9, No.

June 03, 2012

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Peak of solar maximum on the way - rare type of solar storm sent a barrage of high-energy solar particles

On May 17, 2012 a moderate-sized M-class flare erupted from the Sun and sent out a barrage of high-energy solar particles that belied its initial intensity.These particles traveled at nearly the speed of light, crossing the 93 million miles between the Sun and Earth

June 03, 2012

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Long duration C-class event generated minor S1 radiation storm on Earth and hurled CME toward Mars

The proton levels reached S1 Minor Radiation Storm threshold today. The Solar X-Rays also detected a long duration C-Class event during the early hours of Sunday morning and this generated a Coronal Mass Ejection (CME). It appears that the plasma cloud was directed

May 27, 2012

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M5.1 solar flare generated S2 solar radiation storm

A strong solar flare reaching M5.1 took place at 01:47 UTC Thursday morning. The flare was centered around Sunspot 1476 near the northwest limb. A bright CME was generated but because of the spots location, the plasma cloud will be headed mostly to the west.The

May 17, 2012

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Space weather highlights for May 07 - May 13, 2012: 55 C-class and 6 M-class flares

Solar activity ranged from low to moderate levels. Region 1476 (N10, L=180, class/area=Fkc/1050 on 09 May) was responsible for almost all x-ray flare activity during the week. It produced a total of 55 C-class flares, 6 M-class flares, and 69 optical

May 14, 2012

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Solar activity update for May 12: Full halo CME observed at 00:00h UTC

Analysis of Solar Active Regions and Activity from May 11/21:00 UTC to May 12/21:00 UTC: Solar activity has been at low levels for the past 24 hours. Region 1476 (N11W18) continues to be the source region for a majority of the flares, producing nine C-class flares,

May 12, 2012

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Huge sunspot AR1476 is crackling with M-class solar flares and harbors energy for X-class solar flare

Earth is entering the line of fire as the huge sunspot 1476 rotates across the face of the sun into geoeffective position. Sunspot 1476 is crackling with M-class solar flares and its 'beta-gamma-delta' magnetic field harbors energy for X-class flares. NOAA/SWPC

May 10, 2012

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Solar activity update for May 10, 2012 - M5.7, M1.7

A strong solar flare reaching M5.7 was detected around Sunspot 1476 and peaked at 04:18 UTC on Thursday, May 10, 2012. This event generated a 10cm Radio Burst.TenFlare - a 10cm radio burst indicates that the electromagnetic burst associated with a solar flare at the

May 10, 2012

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Three M-class flares from Region 1476 on May 9, 2012

Region 1476, now poised just to the east of center on the solar disk, produced an impulsive R1(Minor) Radio Blackout at 12:32 UTC (8:32 EDT) - M4.7 solar flare peaking at 12:32 UT then an M1.8 peaking at 14:08 UTC on May 09, 2012. The region is quite prominent,

May 09, 2012

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Solar flare reaching M1.4 and two weak Earth-directed CMEs detected around Sunspot 1476

Solar activity has been at moderate levels for the past 24 hours. Region 1476 (N11E35) is the most complex region on the visible disk, has grown to become a Fkc/beta-gamma-delta configuration, and has an area of approximately 940 Millionths. It also produced the

May 08, 2012

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Long duration solar flare reaching M1.9 peaked at 14:31 UTC Monday, May 7, 2012

Analysis of Solar Active Regions and Activity from May 06/21:00 UTC to May 07/21:00 UTC: Solar activity has been at moderate levels for the past 24 hours.Even though Region 1476 (N10E48) is the largest, 810 Millionths, and most magnetically complex,

May 07, 2012

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Sunspot 1476 is crackling with solar flares, soon in geoeffective position

Sunspot 1476  is crackling with impulsive solar flares. Multiple mid level C-Class flares have been detected along with an impulsive M1.3 solar flare at 17:47 UTC. Solar activity is now at moderate levels. New and active Sunspot 1476 has produced three low-level

May 06, 2012

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Sunspot 1476 unleashed a pair of M-Class flares in last 24 hours

Solar activity is now at moderate levels and is increasing. New and active Sunspot 1476 rotated into view off the northeast limb and has so far produced a pair of M-Class flares within the past 24 hours. There will continue to be a chance for another moderate solar

May 06, 2012