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Updated 09/21/2014 @ 10:10 UTC
Solar Update
Good morning. Here is an updated look at the visible solar disk on Sunday. Solar activity during the past 24 hours was low with only minor C-Class flares detected. The source of much of this activity, region 2172, continues to rotate into view off the east limb. Although still close to the limb, the active region appears to have a Beta-Gamma magnetic layout and will be a threat for an isolated M-Flare. Also located in the southeast quadrant, region 2171 showed minor spot development within the center of the group and will be a threat for at least C-Class solar flares. All other visible regions are currently stable. No Earth directed coronal mass ejections were observed during the past day.

Added 09/19/2014 @ 20:10 UTC
Aurora Displays
An enhanced sector of solar wind containing periods of south pointing Bz was enough to generate a geomagnetic storm at high latitudes during the early hours of Friday. Beautiful aurora displays were reported across many locations, including the one below captured by Gary Kallberg in Fox, Alaska. Gary notes that he was looking due south when he photographed this display. Increased geomagnetic activity will remain possible on Friday night. Sky watchers at high latitudes should remain alert.

Another nice image courtesy of Jake Stehli in Wisonsin, USA.


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.24 hr Summary...
Solar activity was at low levels. Region 2171 (S10E46, Dac/beta-gama)
and Region 2172 (S11E68, Dao/beta) were the only regions to produce any
notable flare activity. Region 2171 produced a C1 flare at 20/1254 UTC
while Region 2172 produced a pair of C1s at 20/1714 UTC and 21/0151 UTC,
respectively, and a C2 flare at 21/0714 UTC. The largest flare of the
period, a C5 flare at 21/1153 UTC, appeared to originate from Region
2166 (N11W48, plage). Slight growth was observed in both regions during
the period. Region 2171 also exhibited an increase in magnetic
complexity to a beta-gamma configuration as magnetic mixing was observed
in its intermediate spot area. An approximately 38° long filament,
centered near N25E12, was observed lifting off the visible disk in
SDO/AIA 304 imagery from 20/2348 - 21/0427 UTC. As Lasco coronograph
imagery is received from the SOHO spacecraft, additional analysis will
be conducted to determine of any of the mass actually escaped from the
corona and, if so, if any component was Earth directed.

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Solar activity is likely to be low with slight chance for an M-class
flare (R1-Minor)for the next three days (21-23 Sep).

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