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July 23, 2016 @ 11:40 UTC
Trio Of Solar Flares (UPDATED)
Region 2567 is going out with a bang. Three moderately strong solar flares were observed early Saturday morning around the departing region. The first was an M5.0 at 02:11 UTC (July 23). The second event, a strong M7.6 at 05:16 UTC, was quickly followed up by an impressive M5.5 event at 05:31 UTC. The third event (M5.5) was associated with a 10cm Radio Burst, Type II and IV radio emissions, and a coronal mass ejection (CME) that appears to be directed away from our planet. Other than the brief radio blackouts at the time of the flaring, no major impacts to our planet is to be expected. Stay tuned to SolarHam.com for the latest information.

M7.6 Solar Flare

July 22, 2016 @ 02:10 UTC
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Good evening. Solar activity declined to somewhat lower levels during the past 24 hours following a pair of M1 solar flares very early Thursday morning. Region 2567 continues to produce occasional C-Flares and will remain a threat for an isolated M-Flare as the cluster moves closer towards the western limb. Attached image below courtesy of SDO/HMI. Stay tuned to SolarHam.com for the most up to date spaceweather news, data and imagery.


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UPDATED 2016 July 23 1230 UTC

.24 hr Summary...
Solar activity increased to high levels due to three R2 (Moderate)
flares observed from Region 2567 (N05W74, Dao/beta). The first of these
events was an M5 x-ray flare observed at 23/0211 UTC. At 23/0516 UTC,
Region 2567 produced an impulsive M7/2b flare with an associated 310 sfu
Tenflare. Shortly afterward, the region produced another impulsive event
with an M5/3b observed at 23/0531 UTC. Associated with this event was
another Tenflare with a 900 sfu maximum and Type II (729 km/s shock
velocity) and Type IV radio emissions.

SDO/AIA 131,171 and 304 imagery observed material exiting the west limb
at approximately 23/0540 UTC. Initial coronagraph imagery observed a CME
lifting off the west limb at 23/0524 UTC. Further coronagraph imagery is
required to determine any possible Earth-directed component from this
CME.

Region 2567 indicated some slight decay in the northern portion of the
leader spots while Region 2565 (N03W84, Hkx/alpha) showed little change.
The remainder of the disk and limb was quiet and stable.

.Forecast...
Solar activity is likely to be at low levels with a chance for M-class
flares on days one and two (23-24 Jul). M-class probabilities decrease
to a slight chance on day three (25 Jul) as Regions 2565 and 2567 rotate
around the west limb.

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