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.
|C-class solar flare||5%|
|M-class solar flare||1%|
|X-class solar flare||1%|
Coronal mass ejections
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