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AR 3727


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5 minutes ago, Jesterface23 said:

Welp, today isn't looking any better. Maybe old region 3664/3697 is coming around to say goodbye.

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Ok… more confusion!! Spaceweather.com is once again saying that ar 3723 is the old 3664/3697 

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2 hours ago, Jesterface23 said:

Someone tell them to double check the coordinates lol

At least they’re in the same hemisphere and approximately same latitude.   I doubt it will get corrected especially if 3723 pops out an X class or two. 🤣

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58 minutes ago, hamateur 1953 said:

At least they’re in the same hemisphere and approximately same latitude.   I doubt it will get corrected especially if 3723 pops out an X class or two. 🤣

And 3727 isn’t likely to do that - especially in its current configuration 

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Just had a look at Jan Alvestad’s site STAR.   No 3227. However it is essentially S9827 apparently. Should anyone else here be curious. Sometimes there are different opinions worldwide. Nothing new there😇 While there I couldn’t help but notice that Patrick seems to practically quote verbatim Jans written assessments.  Except I’m pretty sure Jan relies on historical behaviors of typical active regions. Just my opinion here.  Mike  ( Hagrid is sleeping) My reason for noting the similarities has to do with Patricks assertion in another thread that 3723 was capable of producing a major flare.  I had read a discussion in unproven theories recently with others giving dates when he expected these to occur. Pretty bold.  Haha.  Was concerned that here we go again! 

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