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Active aurora, sunspot region 2192

Sunspot region 2192 stays very active today with multiple C-class solar flares and an impulsive M3.19 (R1-moderate) solar flare at 09:11 UTC. There was no coronal mass ejection associated with the M3.1 solar flare due to the short duration of this event. How is this impressive sunspot group looking right now and what can we expect from it the coming days? We also take a look at the current geomagnetic conditions.

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