Informal Live Solar Storm Forecast 04.23.2022

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M9.6 solar flare

Our Sun continues with what she is good at: producing more solar flares! An M9.6 (R2-moderate) solar flare peaked today at 01:59 UTC. READ MORE...

M7.3 and X2.2 solar flares

With sunspot regions 2993 and 2994 we have two formidable sunspot regions on the earth-facing solar disk. These regions are fairly stable but did loose some magnetic complexity since they first appeared on the east…

X1.1 solar flare

Two major sunspot regions (2993 and 2994) have now rotated onto the earth-facing solar disk. These regions were already very active on the far side and it was no secret that there was something interesting…

A large sunspot region is about to rotate…

Out of nowhere yesterday we were surprised by M-class solar activity. A sunspot region that is hiding behind the north-east limb started flaring and kept the X-ray flux above the M-class threshold for about three…

A Solar Storm Comes with a Fast Wind…

This Space Weather News forecast sponsored in part by Millersville University: https://www.millersville.edu/swen This week our Sun dims down a bit when it comes to sunspots, but not solar activity! We have an Earth-directed solar storm…