Solar activity was at low levels. The only notable event of the period
was a C1 flare that appeared to originate from a region just beyond the
southeast limb. New Region 1955 (S14E61, Cso/beta) was numbered over
night as it rotated onto the visible disk. Another area of enhanced
plage is rotating on just southeast of 1955, and may be part of the
region that produced the C-flare mentioned above. The remaining regions
on the disk were either stable or decaying. No Earth-directed coronal
mass ejections (CMEs) were observed over night.