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Good morning. Here is an updated look at the visible solar disk on Monday. Solar activity declined to very low levels this morning. Region 2157 in the southwest quadrant continues to decay as it approaches the west limb. In the northwest quadrant, region 2158 is stable as it also turns towards the west limb. All other visible numbered regions are quiet and not considered a threat for strong solar flares. No Earth directed coronal mass ejections were observed during the past day.
We also have today in history for September 15, 2014 in our daily report. Thanks for viewing!~ AA
Good morning. Here is a quick solar update on Saturday morning. Solar activity declined to low levels with only minor C-Flares detected. Both regions 2157 and 2158 continue to slowly decay, but will remain a threat for an isolated M-Class event. Elsewhere, region 2164 in the southern hemisphere is showing new spot growth, but remained quiet during the past day. A bright coronal mass ejection (CME) was observed on Friday in LASCO C2 imagery, but so far appears to be headed away from our planet.
As of this update, the solar wind speed as measured by the ACE spacecraft is 584.7 km/s, and the Bz component of the interplanetary magnetic field is pointing north +13.3 nT. Several hours of geomagnetic storming was observed yesterday evening following the X1.6 CME impact, including a brief period of Strong G3 storming at higher latitudes (KP=7). A geomagnetic storm watch remains in effect for today, although the Bz/IMF component would have to switch to a south pointing orientation for this to become more likely.
The anticipated coronal mass ejection (CME) generated by the X1.6 solar flare on September 10th swept past Earth at 15:55 UTC Friday. Solar Wind speeds as measured by the ACE spacecraft increased from 433.2 km/s, to 671.8 km/s. A Geomagnetic Sudden Impulse measuring 43 nT was detected by the ground based magnetometer in Boulder, Colorado. Moderate G2 geomagnetic storming was observed at high latitudes, with a brief period of Strong G3 storming detected as well. The Bz component of the interplanetary magnetic field (IMF) has since pointed north, a condition that is known to suppress geomagnetic activity. A geomagnetic storm watch will remain in effect on Saturday.
Also in today's alternative news report are highlights of this day in history: Israel and the Palestinians sign a major accord; President George W. Bush takes responsibility for the federal response to Hurricane Katrina; Attica prison uprising ends; Rapper Tupac Shakur dies. (Sept. 13)
Good morning folks. Here is an updated look at the visible solar disk on Sunday. Solar activity declined to low levels with only C-Class flares detected. Region 2159 produced a C7.5 flare at 02:04 UTC and was associated with a non Earth directed coronal mass ejection (CME). A number of low level C-Flares are being observed this morning around region 2157. Both regions 2157 and 2158 continue to undergo changes in formation and magnetic complexity as they rotate into a better Earth facing position. An isolated moderate to strong solar flare will remain a possibility during the next 24-48 hours.
A weak shock passage observed on Saturday did not lead to a noteworthy increase in geomagnetic activity. Geomagnetic storming is unlikely.
Also included in today's report is today in history for September 7th.
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Daily Alternative News Report for September 3, 2014
Good morning. Solar activity during the past 24 hours was low. A number of low level C-Class solar flares are being detected off the southeast limb. Old region 2144 and company are now beginning to turn into view. We will get a better look at the sunspots during the next 24 hours. Region 2152, now transitioning into the southwest quadrant, showed some decay within the central portion of the group. All other visible regions are currently stable. There will be an increasing chance for a moderate solar flare as active regions rotate into view.
Energetic Protons streaming past Earth continue at elevated levels, but fall short of the minor radiation storm threshold. The increased particle levels is a direct result of major flare activity behind the east limb on September 1.
A long duration solar flare peaking at M2.5 was observed at 13:54 UTC Wednesday morning. The source of this eruption is a new active region approaching the southeast limb. A weak coronal mass ejection (CME) became visible in the latest LASCO C2 imagery and as expected due to the limb location, was directed to the east and away from our planet. We will get a better look at the active region during the next several days.
Also in today's report, we have world history they refuse to teach in schools, and a live NASA video chat about landing on the 'rubber-ducky' asteroid.
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