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Just now, Vancanneyt Sander said:

At that time it was depressing 😜 likely it has seen my post and started developing quickly so thanks @Sun 😉.

2907 is indeed crackling with C-class solar flares but 2908 is also interesting. We’ll see what happens next, hopefully another active period🥰

Sun a few days ago: depressed 

sun suddenly: ALIVE 

 

I guess the sun knew we wanted to see some activity 

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1 minute ago, Space pro said:

NOAA is not showing any solar radiation event.

I got the notifications from SWL and they are showing on the homepage...

2 minutes ago, Space pro said:

NOAA is not showing any solar radiation event.

It's radio emissions, not radiation events, I think those are different

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14 hours ago, Orneno said:

We just got a type II and type IV Radio emissions.  These are usually from Solar flares that often launched CMEs, but I don't see a flare?  What's going on?

From SWPC
:Product: Forecast Discussion
:Issued: 2021 Dec 16 1230 UTC
...
Region 2908 (S19E50, Dao/beta) also grew in overall area,
but was relatively quiet. Region 2909 (S19E72, Dao/beta) produced type
II (est. 310 km/s) and IV radio sweeps at 16/0352 and 16/0355 UTC
respectively that was associated with a C1.3 flare at 16/0354 UTC.
A subsequent narrow CME from the aforementioned event can first be seen
in SOHO NASA C2 imagery off the ESE limb at 16/0412 UTC. Initial
analysis indicates an Earth-directed component is not likely and a
glancing blow at best would be low confidence.
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25 minutes ago, Drax Spacex said:
From SWPC
:Product: Forecast Discussion
:Issued: 2021 Dec 16 1230 UTC
...
Region 2908 (S19E50, Dao/beta) also grew in overall area,
but was relatively quiet. Region 2909 (S19E72, Dao/beta) produced type
II (est. 310 km/s) and IV radio sweeps at 16/0352 and 16/0355 UTC
respectively that was associated with a C1.3 flare at 16/0354 UTC.
A subsequent narrow CME from the aforementioned event can first be seen
in SOHO NASA C2 imagery off the ESE limb at 16/0412 UTC. Initial
analysis indicates an Earth-directed component is not likely and a
glancing blow at best would be low confidence.

I thought there must be a flare somewhere, thanks

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