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More M-class solar flares, complex sunspot region 2297

Another day of high solar activity. Star of the show is complex sunspot region 2297 that keeps on firing M-class solar flares on a regular basis. The M-class events of today so far have been an M3.2 solar flare at 04:46 UTC, M1.6 at 11:50 UTC, M1.4 at 12:14 UTC and M4.2 at 14:08 UTC.

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