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SunSpot 1165 is returning

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posted on Mar, 23 2011 @ 09:50 AM
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Cool video about the possibility of another X-Flare in few days ...





posted on Mar, 23 2011 @ 09:56 AM
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CAT 35/NOAA AR 1176 was responsible for an M-flare early this morning, March 23. The group is not yet completely visible in magnetograms. We expect a high flaring activity from this group. The geomagnetic conditions are quiet. The proton flux decreased to nominal values.


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SIDC


Returning active region 1165 which was renumbered 1176 remains a large sunspot capable of M-Class flares. Sunspot 1175 which is about to rotate onto the western limb is losing size and poses no threat for strong solar flares.


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Solar Cycle 24

I see a bunch of possible M-class flares being reported, but nothing about an X class.



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