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March 29, 2015 @ 13:40 UTC
Solar Update / Geomagnetic Storm Watch
Good morning. Here is an updated look at the visible solar disk on Sunday. Solar activity during the past 24 hours continued at low levels. Region 2303 nearing the west limb showed signs of growth while it produced much of the detected low level C-Class flares. It will soon be out of direct Earth view. In the southern hemisphere, region 2305 continued to decay and is a decreasing threat for moderate M-Flares. New regions 2315 and 2316 are both stable this morning. A number of coronal mass ejections were observed during the past 24 hours, however each appear to have originated from either the farside or limb locations.

Elevated geomagnetic activity will remain possible during the next 72 hours due to an enhanced solar wind stream. Sky watchers at high latitudes should remain alert for visual aurora

Beautiful Aurora from Alberta, Canada (3/28/2015) - By Theresa Tanner

March 27, 2015 @ 17:00 UTC
Prominence Eruption and CME
A large prominence located off the northeast limb erupted on Friday morning. A coronal mass ejection (CME) was produced, however due to the location near the limb, it is likely directed away from Earth. No major impacts are to be expected. Still a nice looking event! A video is located below.

Click HERE for a pre-eruption photo of the prominence captured by Ron Cottrell at the Kitt Peak Observatory located in Arizona.

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.24 hr Summary...
Solar activity was at low levels with C-flare activity from both Regions
2303 (N18, L=065) and 2305 (S10W43, Dho/beta).  The largest flare of the
period was a C4 at 30/0152 from Region 2303 just beyond the NW limb. 
Slight decay was observed in the leading spots of Region 2315 (S20W36,
Dro/beta) and the trailing spots in Region 2305.  No Earth-directed
coronal mass ejections were observed.

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(30-31 Mar).  An increase in activity is expected by day three (01 Apr)
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