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7th November

Solar activity was at moderate levels (NOAA Scale R1-Minor) during the
past 24 hours. Region 1890 (S11E17, Ekc/beta-gamma-delta) was
responsible for the largest event of the period, an impulsive M3/1n
flare at 06/1346 UTC with an associated Type II radio sweep (estimated
velocity of 586 km/s). Region 1890 also produced an impulsive M2 flare
at 07/0340 UTC with an associated Type II radio sweep (estimated
velocity of 603 km/s). A region from around the western limb produced an
M1 flare at 07/0002 UTC. An associated coronal mass ejection (CME) was
observed in LASCO/C2 imagery at 07/0000 UTC but is not anticipated to be
geoeffective based on the source location’s position around the western
limb. Region 1889 (S18W37, Dao/beta) was responsible for a C3/Sf flare
at 06/1731 UTC and showed signs of decay. Region 1891 (S18W18,
Dac/beta-gamma) produced a C3/Sf at 07/0211 UTC and showed signs of
growth and increased magnetic complexity. There were no Earth-directed
CMEs detected in satellite imagery during the period.

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