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December 3, 2016 @ 03:00 UTC
Solar Update
Below is an updated look at the visible solar disk as we prepare to start the weekend. Solar activity is currently at very low levels. Region 2615 did show small signs of spot formation during the past 12 hours and will be monitored as it rotates towards center disk. All other regions are stable and non threatening. There will remain a chance for minor C-Flares and a smaller chance for an isolated M-Flare around region 2615. Stay tuned to for the most up to date information.

Visible Solar Disk (Early Saturday) - SDO/HMI

December 01, 2016 @ 02:00 UTC
Moderate Flare Activity / Region 2615
Good evening. Solar activity declined to lower levels as region 2615 became a little more stable. The region did show slight signs of decay on Wednesday, but now appears to be generating a couple of small spots within the central section of the group. Minor C-Flares will remain possible with a chance for an isolated M-Flare while the sunspot group continues to evolve in the southeast quadrant. All other regions are currently quiet. Stay tuned to for the most up to date information.

Region 2615 (Early Thursday) - SDO/HMI