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07:45 Dec 07 2013
|Moderately strong M1.27 solar flare|
13:12 Nov 23 2013
|Moderately strong M1.08 solar flare|
02:48 Nov 23 2013
|Moderately strong M1.18 solar flare|
|Last geomagnetic storm:||2013/12/08||Kp6 (G2)|