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:Product: 7-day Space Weather Highlights
:Issued: 2014 Jul 07 0135 UTC
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Highlights of Solar and Geomagnetic Activity
30 June - 06 July 2014

Solar activity began the period at low levels with a C3/Sf flare at
30/1318 UTC from Region 2106 (N14, L=260 class/area Dao/140 on 04
Jul). Moderate levels were reached on 01 Jul when Region 2106
produced an M1 at 01/1123 UTC. Despite the vast areal coverage and
magnetic complexity of Regions 2104 (S12, L=269 class/area Dkc/470
on 02 Jul), 2106, 2107 (S20, L=261 class/area Dko/340 on 02 Jul),
2108 (S08, L=239 class/area Eki/620 on 06 Jul) and 2109 (S08, L=219
class/area Ekc/830 on 05 Jul) solar activity remained at low levels
for the rest of the period. A filament eruption centered near S43E59
was observed lifting off in SDO/AIA 193 imagery between 05/1800 -
06/0300 UTC but the subsequent coronal mass ejection was determined
to be well south of the Sun-Earth line and is not expected to be
geoeffective.

No proton events were observed at geosynchronous orbit.

The greater than 2 MeV electron flux at geosynchronous orbit was at
normal levels throughout the period.

Geomagnetic field activity was at mostly quiet levels throughout the
week with the exception of two isolated unsettled periods on 30 Jun
between 0000 - 0300 UTC and 03 July between 0900 - 1200 UTC.



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