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Updated 07/25/2014 @ 20:50 UTC
Solar Update
Good afternoon. Below is an updated image of the visible solar disk on Friday. Solar activity during the past 24 hours was low. Region 2121 produced a minor C2.2 flare at 07:02 UTC. All other visible regions remained stable. Additional isolated C-Flares will be possible during the next 24 hours. Stay tuned to SolarHam.com for the latest information.

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UPDATED 2014 July 25 1230 UTC

.24 hr Summary...
Solar activity was low. Region 2121 (N05E37, Cai/beta) produced a C2/1n
flare at 25/0702 UTC with an associated Type II radio sweep (1,090 km/s)
reported by San Vito observatory. A filament near Region 2121
disappeared between 24/2100 and 2300 UTC (observed in H-alpha imagery)
and a faint CME was visible off the east limb in LASCO C2 imagery at
24/2125 UTC. Further analysis is necessary to determine if the CME is
expected to be geoeffective. All of the regions on the disk were either
stable or in decay.

.Forecast...
Solar activity is expected to be very low with a chance for C-class
flare activity (Below R1-Minor) for days one and two (25-26 Jul). Low
conditions are anticipated for day three (27 Jul) with C-class flares
likely and a slight chance for a M-class flare (NOAA Scale R1-minor) due
to the the return of old regions 2108 (S07, L=257) and 2109 (S08,
L=240).


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