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AR 3245

Christopher S.

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Topic won't be long lived, but I'd like to share this region as it's waving goodbye. Note it is behind/solar-west of AR 3247, and is more or less on the limb/edge of disk.

This is an eruption just before 2200 UTC Mar 17. In case there is any confusion about current/future activity, Mar 17 also hosted a few other filament eruptions from different regions and an M-flare from 3247. In short, this AR earned a topic for possibly being of interest in the future, as we have seen far-side activity ramp up recently.

AR 3245 began picking up as it was rotating out of view. https://www.spaceweatherlive.com/en/archive/2023/03/14/dayobs.html

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