Two M1.2 solar flares erupted from Active Region 3141 (Beta-Gamma-Delta) on November 11, 2022 – the first at 07:14 and the second at 11:40 UTC. The region is located at the center of the solar disk — coronal mass ejections (CMEs) produced by it are likely to be Earth-directed.
A moderately strong solar flare measuring M5.2 at its peak erupted from Active Region 3141 at 00:11 UTC on November 7, 2022. A Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) was produced during the event but the location of this region does not favor Earth-directed CMEs.
An M1.5 solar flare erupted from Active Region 3112 at 00:19 UTC on October 13, 2022. AR 3112 is the source of several M-class solar flares over the past couple of days, including an impulsive M3.9 on October 11.
An impulsive M3.9 solar flare erupted from Active Region 3112 Beta at 08:42 UTC. The flare started at 08:36 and ended at 08:46 UTC. It was followed by M1.5 at 10:52 UTC from the same region.
A major solar flare, measuring X1.0 at its peak at 20:25 UTC, erupted on October 2, 2022, from Active Region 3110. The event started at 19:53 and ended at 20:34 UTC.
A strong solar flare, measuring M8.7 at its peak, erupted from Active Region 3110 at 02:21 UTC on October 2, 2022. The event started at 02:08 and ended at 02:21 UTC. The event comes several hours after impulsive M5.8 from the same region at 20:10 UTC on October 1.
A strong M7.9 solar flare erupted from Active Region 3098 at 09:49 UTC on September 16, 2022. The event started 09:44 and ended at 09:56 UTC.
A spectacular full-halo coronal mass ejection (CME) erupted on the farside of the Sun on September 5, 2022. The source is Active Region 3088, which is expected to return to Earth’s view in about a week.
A strong positive polarity coronal hole high speed stream (CH HSS) sparked a G2 – Moderate geomagnetic storm on September 4, 2022. G1-Minor storms continued into September 5. An additional enhancement is possible by midday today due to the arrival of CME produced on September 2.
Active Region 3089 (Beta) produced three M-class solar flares on August 26, 2022 – M2.1 at 10:55 UTC, M7.2 at 12:14 UTC, and M5.3 at 12:31 UTC.