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November 23, 2014 @ 13:00 UTC
Solar Update
Good morning. Here is a look at the visible solar disk on Sunday. Solar activity during the past 24 hours was low with minor C-Flares observed around regions 2209, 2216 and newly numbered region 2217. New spot growth was observed to the south of region 2209, and although appearing to be independent, is being considered part of the overall reach of 2209 for now. New sunspot 2217 was numbered after turning into view off the southeast limb and does not look to threatening at this time. An isolated M-Flare will remain possible as we close out the weekend. No Earth directed coronal mass ejections were observed during the past day. Stay tuned to SolarHam.com for the latest information.


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UPDATED 2014 November 24 0030 UTC

.24 hr Summary...
Solar activity was at low levels.  Regions 2209 (S15W57,
Fki/beta-gamma-delta), 2216 (S13E28, Dkc/beta-gamma-delta), and 2217
(S19E68,Cao/beta) were all responsible for low-level C-class flaring. 
The largest flare of the period was a C3 at 23/1053 UTC from Region
2217.  Slight growth was observed in the smaller intermediate spots in
Region 2209.  Slight decay was observed in the trailing penumbral area
of Region 2216, however there appears to be a connection between the two
polarities in the northern area of the region.  No Earth-directed
coronal mass ejections were observed during the period.

.Forecast...
Moderate levels (R1-R2/Minor-Moderate) are likely, with a chance for an
X-class flare (R3/Strong or greater) during the period (24-26 Nov). 
Regions 2209 and 2216 continue to be the most likely sources for
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