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Sunspots rotating into view, waning CME effects

A cluster of moderately large sunspots is now rotating into view on the north-east limb and these sunspots have already been the source of a couple of C-class solar flares during the past 24 hours. It is unclear if these sunspots belong to one large sunspot region or if there are multiple regions close to each other and it is still too early to analyse the magnetic layout of this area as the sunspots are still too close to the limb.

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