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Message Subject SOLAR WATCH * M2.4 Solar Flare July 14 2017! Earth directed CME (Updated Daily)
Poster Handle Spittin'Cesium
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New Spots Numbered-

AR1675 has a complex magnetic structure...could be a region to watch.


Joint USAF/NOAA Solar Region Summary
SRS Number 48 Issued at 0030Z on 17 Feb 2013
Report compiled from data received at SWO on 16 Feb
I. Regions with Sunspots. Locations Valid at 16/2400Z
Nmbr Location Lo Area Z LL NN Mag Type
1671 N14W08 078 0090 Cso 04 03 Beta
1672 S17W29 097 0010 Axx 01 01 Alpha
1673 S10E56 012 0100 Cso 05 11 Beta
1675 N12E31 036 0010 Bxo 03 09 Beta
1676 S18E78 350 0030 Hax 02 01 Alpha

There's another spot in the far SE which remains un-numbered and there may be another region coming over behind AR1676.

HMI Intensitygram:
[link to sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov]

HMI Magnetogram:
[link to sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov]

Solar Activity

.24 hr Summary...
Solar activity was very low. Only two low level B-class events were
observed. All three spotted regions on the visible solar disk were
stable, small, and magnetically simple. Reanalysis of yesterdays NE
limb CME using additional imagery suggested there may be an
earth-directed component. The ejecta was moving slowly, between 300-400
Two new regions were numbered, Region 1675 (N12E31) and Region
1676 (S18E78). Region 1675 was responsible for the last, and largest,
flare of the day, a B4 at 16/2341 UTC.

Solar activity is expected to be very low with a chance for a C-class
flare during the period (17 - 19 February).
[link to www.swpc.noaa.gov]
 Quoting: Hugh M Eye

Yes,definite potential there.

She is messy!

I'd say straight off Beta Gamma from now..Wait...holy shit [link to sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov] !
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