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All Sunspot Regions Now Active
|by Mitch Battros - Earth Changes Media
All five sunspot regions on the solar disk produced C-class flares in the past 24 hours. The strongest flare during this interval was the C9.7 flare peaking at 20:25 UT yesterday from region 1432.
Sunspot region 1429 continues to decay, although still maintaining beta-gamma-delta configuration of its photospheric magnetic field. Another active region (most likely 1422) just appeared from behind the east limb. STEREO data showed several eruptions from this region when it was behind the limb (as seen from the Earth). We expect continuing flare activity on the C-level, with an M-flare very probable, mainly from regions 1429 and 1432.