Added 12/05/2013 @ 15:45 UTC
A bright coronal mass ejection (CME) is visible on Thursday morning in both the latest STEREO Ahead and Behind imagery. The source appears to be old region 1895 which is currently located just beyond the east limb. Because the event was located out of direct Earth view, it should have no impact on our planet. The rotation will carry the active region back into view within the next 48 hours.
Added 12/04/2013 @ 02:50 UTC
Returning Active Regions
A pair of active regions, including old sunspot 1893 are set to return into view off the southeast limb. An eruption registering as a C7.0 solar flare was detected at 00:57 UTC. Will an increase in solar activity be in store for us? Stay tuned to find out.