C-Flare / Increasing activity? Not quite an M-Flare, but this minor C7.5 flare Tuesday morning at 07:10 UTC around new region 2615 in the southeast quadrant is the largest x-ray occurrence we’ve seen since August. With currently three spotted regions visible, additional isolated C-Flares may be possible.
AN UPTICK IN SOLAR FLARE ACTIVITY: Two new sunspots are rapidly emerging on the solar disk, and one of them is crackling with B- and C-class solar flares. So far the eruptions are minor. However, they do represent a noteable uptick in activity compared to the absolute quiet of recent months.