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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:Terrebonne:MV8yMTEwNjc0XzM1NTg5NjcxXzJCMjg1NDI3] Updated 01/14/2013 @ 12:40 UTC Solar Update / Slow Moving CME Spaceweather is currently at very low (below C-Class) to low levels on Monday morning. The chances of a strong solar flare looks to be declining, however there will remain a slight risk over the next 24-48 hours. Stay Tuned to SolarHam.com for the latest and most up to date Spaceweather information. http://www.solarham.net/ [/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.
link to spaceweather.com
link to www.swpc.noaa.gov
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