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Quiet Sun, coronal hole facing Earth

The Earth-facing side of the Sun is quiet, especially if you compare it to the action that we had last week. While there have been some far side eruptions, there are no sunspot regions facing Earth right now which could be capable of producing an M-class solar flare. The most interesting solar feature on the disk right now is a coronal hole located on the Sun's southern hemisphere that is facing Earth right now.

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