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June 22, 2018 @ 17:00 UTC
Solar Quiet
Sorry for the lack of personal updates the last little while. Things have been very hectic as of late in the background, but I hope to return to normal daily updates asap.

Both visible sunspot regions (2713 + 2715) are currently stable and will remain a threat for minor C-Class solar flares. Geomagnetic activity during the next few days is also expected to be at quiet levels. Stay tuned to SolarHam.com for the latest spaceweather data and imagery.

June 10, 2018 @ 19:10 UTC
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The visible disk has been void of sunspots for six days in a row. There is currently no chance for noteworthy solar flares on the Earth facing side of the sun. Quiet conditions is expected over the next few days.


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UPDATED 2018 June 24 0030 UTC

.24 hr Summary...
Solar activity was very low. Regions 2713 (N05W79, Dao/beta) and 2715
(N08W21, Dac/beta-delta) produced multiple low-level B-class flare
activity this period and both regions exhibited minor decay. The leader
spot in Region 2715 separated from the main body of penumbra while the
intermediate and trailer spot areas consolidated into a single penumbra
and developed into a beta-delta magnetic configuration. No
Earth-directed CMEs were observed in available coronagraph imagery.

.Forecast...
There is a decreasing chance for isolated C-class flare activity over
the next three days (24-26 Jun) as Regions 2713 and 2715 are expected to
continue a trend of overall decay.

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