- Older News Archive (June 2020)

June 27, 2020 @ 11:20 UTC
Solar Update
A small sunspot belonging to Cycle 25 popped up in the southwest quadrant during the past 12 hours. So far it is not a threat for noteworthy solar flares. Very quiet solar conditions should continue.

June 23, 2020 @ 00:30 UTC
Solar Update
Hello again. Solar activity remains at a standstill with no major events to report. A small coronal hole is trying to open up towards center disk and will be monitored. An elevated solar wind stream could reach our planet by the end of the week. Image below by SDO/AIA.

June 8, 2020 @ 01:00 UTC
Weak Solar Wind Stream
An elevated solar wind stream is helping to disturb our geomagnetic field. Sky watchers at higher latitudes should be alert for visible aurora if local light and weather conditions allow.

June 5, 2020 @ 12:15 UTC
Region 2765 Update
Region 2765 continues to turn more directly into view on Friday. Within the past several hours, additional spots have started to emerge and depending on further development, could help the chances for at least minor C-Class solar flares. For now the Solar X-Rays remain stable. Something to keep an eye on as the day progresses. Image by SDO/HMI.

June 3, 2020 @ 01:00 UTC
Sunspot Turning Into View
A sunspot belonging to Cycle 25 is now turning into view off the southeast limb. The Solar X-Rays appear to be fairly stable at the moment, so this region will likely not be the source of anything noteworthy. We will get a better look during the next few days. Image by SDO/HMI.

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