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Sunspot region 2297, M4.5 solar flare

Solar activity has been at moderate levels today thanks to an M4.5 solar flare from sunspot region 2297 that peaked at 14:33 UTC. This solar flare was impulsive and no coronal mass ejection was associated with the event. A coronal mass ejection visible off the NE limb was likely from a far side event.

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