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Old AR 13712 (β-γ-δ). Caused recent flaring at the limb. Produced 9 M1 flares in its previous rotation (AR 13712 (β-γ-δ) ).

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As of 0955 UTC, AR 13742 (α) at S23E64 and has an α configuration.

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8 hours ago, faster328 said:

Old AR 13712 (β-γ-δ). Caused recent flaring at the limb. Produced 9 M1 flares in its previous rotation (AR 13712 (β-γ-δ) ).

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As of 0955 UTC, AR 13742 (α) at S23E64 and has an α configuration.

 

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On 7/9/2024 at 10:55 AM, faster328 said:

Old AR 13712 (β-γ-δ). Caused recent flaring at the limb. Produced 9 M1 flares in its previous rotation (AR 13712 (β-γ-δ) ).

3742_HMIBC.jpg.66abbaa1acbca4628c8e408443c71d93.jpg

As of 0955 UTC, AR 13742 (α) at S23E64 and has an α configuration.

I have to say, the magnetic intensity is very varied here, the region just needs to be more compact. It is still an α configuration, I can verify. It has the potential, and has the time to intensify, which could mean more flares!

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