New active region 2757 belonging to cycle 24 continues

“Hello again folks. New active region 2757 belonging to cycle 24 continues to evolve and is currently producing very minor B-Flares.

In more interesting news, a new region belonging to upcoming Cycle 25 popped up during the past 24 hours and is now turning into view high in latitude off the southeast limb. We will get a better idea on its development during the next day or so. Magnetic image by SDO/HMI.

Source:https://www.solarham.net/

 


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