- Category: Solar Report
- Published on Sunday, 21 October 2012 13:55
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Solar Weather Alert (M9 Solar Flare Eruption)
A new emerging sunspot Active Region (AR) 1598 has just come into earth’s view and it unleashed a M9 solar flare. We should receive a glancing blow from this flare, so prepare for some telecommunication disruptions and satellite TV interruptions.
AR 1598 should be facing earth for about 12 to 14 days and it is possible for the sunspot to be troublesome. NOAA has raised it flare forecast to a 40% chance of M-class and 10% chance of X class flares for the next 48hrs.
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ALMOST-X FLARE: On Oct. 20th at 1814 UT, Earth-orbiting satellites detected a strong M9-class solar flare. The source was a new sunspot, AR1598, emerging over the sun's southeastern limb. NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory recorded the extreme ultraviolet flash (image), which sent waves of ionization rippling through Earth's upper atmosphere. More flares are in the offing. NOAA forecasters estimate a 40% chance of M-flares and a 10% chance of X-flares during the next 24 hours.