Sunspot AR1719 has produced today, the 11th of April, at 07:16 UTC a Solar Flare M6 class. The NASA Solar Dynamics Observatory has recorded this event: Pictures of the coronagraph of the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) show a [...]
A new active region on the sun has produced a series of M-class flares. This morning around 03:22 Z, a Class Flare x1.8 was issued by the same group of sunspots. The X flare caused a radio blackout R3 (strong) and currently the absorption layer [...]
Snspot AR1504 is emitting coronal mass ejections (CME) in our direction.
The big sunspot AR1476 is “popping” and has released Class M solar flares. Seems to be on the point of producing something even stronger. The energy of the magnetic field seems to be suitable for X-class flares, the [...]
Yesterday, March 13th, sunspot AR1429 triggered yet another M7 class flare, having peaked right at 1741 UTC.
A moderate G2 class geomagnetic storm, caused by the arrival of a CME AR 09:30 UTC, March 12 at 0930 UTC, will be decreasing during the afternoon today. The impact of the CME has caused ground currents in Norway and has squeezed the [...]
The large sunspot AR1429 has triggered another flare. This is stronger than the previous one and it’s an X-5 Class issued March 7 at 00:28 UTC.
March began with fireworks! Sunspot AR1429, emerged towards the end of the week (March 2), and is already making a statement! This morning the active region of the spot produced an X1 class flare and a bright coronal mass ejection (CME).
Yesterday, January 27, 2012 at 1837 UTC, satellites detected a powerful X2 class solar flare. The flare originated from sunspot 1402.
The huge January 23rd sunspot 1402 has erupted once again producing a very strong M9 class solar flare class with fast coronal mass ejection (CME). Analysts at the Goddard Spaceweather Laboratory predicted that the CME will [...]