Todays sunspot number is 99. NOAA estimates a 25% chance of M-Class flares during the next 24 hours and a 0.1% chance of X-class flares during the same period.
A coronal mass ejection (CME) hit Earth’s magnetic field on April 13th. The impact was not a strong one; geomagnetic activity never crossed storm thresholds. Nevertheless, the impact sparked auroras photographed in several northern-tier US states.
Photo:Ron Gile. Alaska
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