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M-class solar flares, sunspot region 2297, incoming CME?

Solar activity reached high levels thanks to two M5 class solar flares since our last update. These solar flares came from the only numbered sunspot region on the Earth-facing disk: sunspot region 2297. The first of these solar flares was a long duration M5.8 solar flare that peaked yesterday at 23:53 UTC and the second one was a more impulsive M5.1 solar flare peaking today at 03:24 UTC. 

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