Strong solar radiation storm in progress after M9.7 solar flare produced large CME

Strong solar radiation storm in progress after M9.7 solar flare produced large CME

A strong, long-duration solar flare measuring M9.7 erupted from Active Region 3697 at 01:49 UTC on June 8, 2024. The event started at 01:23 and ended at 02:19 UTC, producing a strong CME. Shortly after, solar radiation storming began on Earth, reaching the S3 – Strong threshold at 08:00 UTC.

Long-duration M9.4 solar flare erupts from Region 3615

Long-duration M9.4 solar flare erupts from Region 3615

A long-duration solar flare measuring M9.4 erupted from Active Region 3615 (beta-gamma-delta) at 21:16 UTC on March 30, 2024. The event started at 21:01 and ended at 22:15 UTC.

Strong X1.1 solar flare erupts from AR 3615

Strong X1.1 solar flare erupts from AR 3615

A strong X1.1 solar flare erupted from Active Region 3615 at 20:56 UTC on March 28, 2024. The event started at 20:50 and ended at 21:01 UTC.

Strong M6.1 solar flare erupts from Region 3615

Strong M6.1 solar flare erupts from Region 3615

A strong solar flare measuring M6.1 erupted from Active Region 3615 (beta-gamma-delta) at 15:56 UTC on March 28, 2024. The event started at 15:40 and ended at 16:03 UTC. This is the second M6+ solar flare of the day after M7.1 at 06:29 UTC.

Glancing-blow expected after weak B1.2 solar flare

Glancing-blow expected after weak B1.2 solar flare

A weak solar flare measuring B1.2 at its peak erupted on August 16, 2020, producing a coronal mass ejection (CME). Consensus model results suggest an arriving glancing blow on August 20 — producing unsettled to active geomagnetic field conditions, with a chance for…