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New active region producing M-class solar flares

A new sunspot region is now rotating into view and it is active. It already managed to produce three low-level M-class events (R1-minor) in just 24 hours. It started yesterday with an M1.1 solar flare and this morning it produced an M3.0 solar flare at 04:57 UTC and a very long duration M1.5 solar flare a 08:15 UTC.

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