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M FLARES, G2 GEOMAGNETIC STORM WATCH - May 25, 2021

By AngryPatriot, 05/25/2021


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Our Sun has been moderately active the past few days! Sunspot region 2824 produced numerous C-class events and three M-class solar flares during the past few days. An M1.4 solar flare on Saturday, 22 May was the strongest solar flare it produced. A couple of these C and M-class solar flares were eruptive and produced coronal mass ejections which could have an earth-directed component.
 

We have analyzed all the SOHO and STEREO coronagraph imagery captured during these events and we think that three of these coronal mass ejections have a chance to arrive at Earth. Many more smaller coronal mass ejections were launched but those are unlikely to arrive at Earth. You need to realize these are not major coronal mass ejections but the combined effects if all three of them arrive one after the other could result in some interesting geomagnetic conditions which the NOAA SWPC agrees on.

 

Read more below:

 

M FLARES, G2 GEOMAGNETIC STORM WATCH

 

 

 

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