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Busy Sun! M-class flares and coronal mass ejections!

Our Sun has been really busy the past few days. M-class solar flares are a regular occurrence which shouldn't go by unnoticed if you follow us on Twitter or have our iOS/Android app installed on your mobile devices. To put things in perspective, the 10.7cm Solar Radio Flux is at 228 today which is comparable to what we saw during the peak of the previous Solar Cycle. This Solar Cycle is expect to reach its peak in 2 years time. Does that mean this Solar Cycle will be strong than Solar Cycle 24? Hard to say, but considering the predictions and where we are right now, it is very much possible.

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