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    Well if you have had some fluctuations in the power as I have in the last day this is what is happening. So it looks like the Sun is very active right now.

    http://www.foxnews.com/science/2015/06/23/solar-storm-could-allow-parts-us-to-see-polar-auroras/

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    #42037
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    More updates, June 24 will see a direct hit of earth by a solar flare.

    http://www.ips.gov.au/

    “Possible Active to Minor geomagnetic storm periods should the M6.5 earth directed CME from 22Jun arrive sometime late in the UT day for 24Jun. Currently geomagnetic conditions at Quiet to Unsettled levels. Low to Moderate solar flare activity with the chance of a High activity. Minor CME effects in progress resulting in elevated solar wind speed. Moderate to Strong solar wind. Short-wave radio fadeouts possible. High-frequency radio communications Poor at High latitudes and reduced maximum user frequencies for Low to Mid latitudes. Slight chance of aurora sightings from southern Australian regions should CME arrive earlier than anticipated (during local evening/night).”

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    Another update, looks like the sun is very active right now.

    http://www.ips.gov.au


    Friday 26 June
    last updated 26/0424 UT
    Region 2371 produced another large M7.9 flare and an associated partial halo CME. Glancing blow CME arrival time mid to late in the UT day 27Jun. Low to Moderate solar flare activity, with a chance of High activity. Moderate to Strong solar wind. Geomagnetic conditions at Quiet to Unsettled levels for 26Jun. Short-wave radio fadeouts possible. High-frequency radio communications poor at High latitudes (proton flux currently fluctuating above and below PCA threshold level) and periods of depressed maximum user frequencies of ~20% for Low to Mid latitudes.”

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