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  1. Anyone monitoring this? Looks to the biggest of sc 25 (so far)
  2. Spaceweather.com has an article describing a magnetic "tail" following the sunspot that could explode. Is that a filament? What is the significance of this? https://spaceweathergallery.com/full_image.php?image_name=Efrain-Morales-Rivera-SUN-2020-06-05-1534ut_Ha_EMr_1591408930.jpg
  3. Hey Community. Today I'm watching the new Sunspot, and at first when it rolled into earth view, it decayed. Now, it looks like its growing again. How is that possible? Does it now count as a bigger threat for big solar flares? Sorry, im new to spaceweather. is there any way to predict if it will decay again? I saw your update on Facebook and wondered if you maybe could do them more often.
  4. Hey Guys! Today the Noaa Swpc switched to Goes 16, right? Since then the Solar Flux isnt around A8 anymore, its A0,1. Is that a reading mistake or did the scale change with the new satellite? If somebody could explain all the new things to me, and how to read them, that'd be nice. Thanks! Ps: i will post a picture of another graph (electron flux) and Goes16 (shown in blue) is crazy-spiking there as well...im so confused
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