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Updated 10/31/2014 @ 13:30 UTC
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Good morning. Below is freakish look at the visible solar disk on Halloween Friday. Solar activity declined to eerily low levels. Devilish region 2192 is now located behind the west limb and is no longer gazing towards Earth. All surviving visible sunspots and stable and not considered a high threat for spine-chilling solar flares. Keep one eye open at all times while visiting SolarHam.com for the most up to date and morbid space weather news and information.


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UPDATED 2014 October 31 1230 UTC

.24 hr Summary...
Solar activity returned to low levels. The largest event of the period
was still from Region 2192 (S15, L=248), a C9 event at 30/1542 UTC.
Region 2201 (S05E58, Hax/alpha) has become the new focus of activity,
producing a handful of C-class events during the period. A C6 event at
30/1312 UTC from this region was accompanied by a Type II radio emission
(1379 km/s). Ejecta was visible on SDO/AIA 304 imagery at 30/1323 UTC. 
Later Region 2201 produced a C2/Sf at 30/1509 UTC followed closely by
the C9 at 1542 UTC from Region 2192. These events were accompanied by
another Type II emission (1000 km/s) at 30/1514 UTC.  A third Type II
sweep (691 km/s) was observed in conjunction with a C4/1n event at
30/2301 UTC from Region 2201 as well. Coronagraph imagery confirmed
earlier speculation that, due to their origin near the east limb, the
ejecta was directed well away from the Sun-Earth plane and should not
have any impacts at Earth.

Aside from very slight growth in new Region 2202 (N12E08, Cro/beta), the
remaining regions on the visible disk were stable or showed signs of
slight decay.

.Forecast...
Solar activity is likely to be low (below R1-Minor) for the next three
days (31 Oct - 02 Nov), with a chance for an M-class event (R1-R2,
minor-moderate radio blackout) throughout the period.



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