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Sunspot region 2205, M7.9 solar flare

Solar activity again reached high levels as sunspot region 2205 produced an impulsive M7.9 (R2-moderate) solar flare that peaked today at 09:47 UTC. In this article we take a short look at this solar flare and we have our first analysis of sunspot region 2205 where we discuss it's magnetic layout and of course if we can expect more solar flares.

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