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November 27, 2014 @ 05:50 UTC
Sunspot Watch
Good evening. Solar activity reached close to moderate levels during the past 12 hours with a number of mid to high level C-Flares observed. New region 2222 was numbered after turning into view off the southeast limb and is currently in a growth phase. The active region produced a C8.2 flare at 00:47 UTC, followed by a C5.0 at 04:48 UTC. This region should be monitored for the potential of additional growth and flare activity, possibly reaching above M1.0. Elsewhere, region 2219 continues to evolve as it transits center disk and could produce at least C-Class flares. All other regions, including newly numbered region 2221, are currently stable. Region 2209 is now located behind the west limb and out of direct Earth view. Stay tuned for the latest.

November 26, 2014 @ 14:30 UTC
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Good morning. Here is an updated look at the visible solar disk on Wednesday. Solar activity during the past 24 hours was low. Region 2209 (ex-2192) is now disappearing behind the west limb. If the long lasting sunspot manages to survive another trip around the farside of the sun, whatever is left of it will return on December 10th. Elsewhere, region 2217 continues to transit the southeast quadrant and is producing low level C-Flares. Region 2219, located near center disk, continued to show signs of gradual growth and is capable of producing at least C-Class solar flares. All other numbered regions are currently stable. A pair of new sunspots are rotating into view off the east limb and should be assigned numbers later today. Stay tuned to SolarHam.com for the latest information.


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UPDATED 2014 November 28 0030 UTC

.24 hr Summary...
Solar activity was at low levels through the period with Region 2222
(S20E59, Dai/beta-gamma) producing the majority of the C-flare activity.
The largest flare of the period was a C8/1f at 27/0047 UTC.  Slight to
moderate growth was observed in Region 2222.  Slight growth was observed
in the smaller intermediate spots of Regions 2216 (S13W25, Cai/beta) and
2219 (N04W21, Dai/beta-gamma).  New flux emerged in the NW quadrant and
was numbered as Region 2223 (N17W11, Bxo/beta).  The rest of the spotted
regions were either stable or in decay.  No Earth-directed coronal mass
ejections were observed during the period.

.Forecast...
Solar activity is expected to be at low levels with a chance for an
M-class flare (R1-R2/Minor-Moderate) during the period (28-30 Nov),
particularly from Region 2222 based on its further development.

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