How To Watch The Sun
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.
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.
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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