From NOAA's Discussion-.24 hr Summary...
Solar activity has been moderate. Region 1654 (N08E31) remained the
mostmagnetically complex region on the solar disk. It grew to an
estimated area of 1,100 millionths and although it separated somewhat,
maintained its beta-gamma magnetic configuration.
It produced an M1/1f
flare at 11/1507 UTC and impulsive Tenflare at 11/1845 UTC (330 sfu). Region 1652 (N19W00) also grew while maintaining a beta-gamma magnetic
but did not produce any flares. Region 1656 (N22E52)
developed to a Cro type Beta group, while Region 1657 (S17E23) decayed
to a simple Axx type Alpha group. A very slow moving coronal mass
ejection (CME) was observed in LASCO C2 imagery at approximately 11/2024
UTC and in STEREO B COR2 imagery at 12/0010 UTC, but evaluation is
hampered by missing images. Further analysis is needed to determine the
potential geo-effectiveness of this CME.
[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov
A few flares can be seen on the Cerro Tololo H-alpha movie:
[link to halpha.nso.edu
Slow-moving CME may have Earth-directed components:
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