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Big sunspot AR1654 is crackling with C- and M-class solar flares, and it poses a threat for even stronger eruptions.
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 6406905:MV8yMTEwNjc0XzM1NTg2MjkxX0VBQzFDMTIz] [quote:mimmsy:MV8yMTEwNjc0XzM1NTg2MTk0Xzk4RUQ4QkY1] ya ya but it wont occur now later yes.. but not now [/quote] The odds are that your right. A huge x-flare won't pop off. However, [b]it could [/b]and so we pay attention. If this spot is not the one, perhaps the next or the one after that etc... When ever something does happen we will be first to know. I have made some decent money in my life betting against the odds. [/quote]
Since it first appeared four days ago, sunspot AR1654 has been facing away from Earth. But now it is turning toward us, increasing the "geo-effectiveness" of its explosions.
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