After the X1.1 flare a day ago, the same area: Active Region 12192 , has now produced FIVE back to back M-class flares.
Watch the X-class flare from October 19, 2014 here:
All these events happening on the Earth facing side of the Sun, as the spot has come across the Eastern limb.
Luckily, the X1.1 produced a solar wind blast that was not Earth directed (particle density in the solar wind).... the X1.1 sending only a glancing blow at best, even though it occurred on the Earth facing side of the Sun.
These FIVE subsequent M class flares are from the same region, which could send some energy towards Earth over the next few days (normally takes 2-3 days for any particles associated with solar flares to reach Earth).
Nothing particularly strong, but rather long in duration in the M-class range, which could lead to geomagnetic instability , as we have seen in the past -- which leads to overall Earthquake activity increases.
Keep watch over the next 2-3 days as these M-class flares possibly arrive. Will have to wait to see what the official trajectories of each flare come out to.
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