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Updated 07/26/2014 @ 16:10 UTC
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Good morning. Attached image below courtesy of the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) captures the moon skirting in between the spacecraft and the sun creating a partial eclipse. Solar activity during the past 24 hours was low with a number of minor C-Flares detected. New regions 2124 and 2125 were numbered overnight. Elsewhere, a new sunspot is quickly forming to the north of region 2123 in the southeast quadrant. A coronal mass ejection (CME) was observed in the latest LASCO imagery, but appears to be headed north and away from our planet. A prominence eruption was observed off the southwest limb within the past few hours, but should have no impact on our planet. Stay tuned to SolarHam.com for the latest information.

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UPDATED 2014 July 26 1230 UTC

.24 hr Summary...
Solar activity was low.  The largest flares of the period were a C1
flare from newly numbered Region 2125 (S12E78, Bxo/beta) and a C1 flare
from Region 2123 (S16E20, Dro/beta).  New region 2124 (S21E71) was also
numbered as it rotated onto the visible disk.

Region 2122 (S13E02) decayed to plage while Regions 2121 (N06E24,
Csi/beta-gamma) and 2123 remained relatively stable.

.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 (26-27 Jul).  For
day three (28 Jul), activity is likely to be at low levels with a slight
chance for a M-class flare (NOAA Scale R1-minor) as old regions 2108
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