CMEs Give Me Headaches, Or Was That A Deadache?

How To Watch The Sun

Pretty informative.



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3 Responses to CMEs Give Me Headaches, Or Was That A Deadache?

  1. Daily Sun: 16 Jun 13
    A raft of new sunspots emerging over the sun’s southeastern limb is increasing the sunspot number and the chance of flares. So far, however, solar activity remains low.

  2. INFO FROM SIDC – RWC BELGIUM 2013 Jun 16 11:37:20

    Solar activity was low to moderate during the past 24 hours. In total,
    eight active regions are visible on the disk, but only two of them present
    a risk for isolated C class flares: NOAA AR 1769 and 1775.Current
    interplanetary conditions are quiet, and we expect the geomagnetic activity
    to stay at quiet levels for the next 48 hours.

  3. INCREASING CHANCE OF FLARES: The magnetic field of sunspot AR1775 is growing more complex, increasing the chance of an eruption. NOAA forecasters estimate a 20% chance of M-class solar flares on June 19th.

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