The plot on this page shows us the most recent 24-hour solar X-ray data from the primary GOES satellite. You can zoom in on this plot by selecting a time period that you wish to view and even export the graph as a JPG, PDF, SVG or PNG file. Beneath that we have a collection of live imagery which can be used to pinpoint the location of a solar flare and see if there was a coronal mass ejection. Last but not least we have a list detailing all solar flares that took place today. All times listed are in UTC.
Coronal mass ejections
Below you'll find an overview of the solar flares that occurred on the Sun today, arranged in order of time of occurrence. If there weren't any noteworthy events on the Sun, nothing will be displayed. For more data about the past days, months or years please look in our archive.
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