11th November 2015

Solar activity was at low levels. Region 2443 (N07, L=321), produced the
strongest flare of the period, a C3 flare at 10/1411 UTC,
as it rotated around the west limb. A new region of flux near the SE
limb produced a C2 flare at 10/1654 UTC. Region 2448 (N04W08), Cao/beta)
underwent some dissipation as it decreased in area and total spots.
Region 2449 (S12E10, Dso/beta) continued to undergo decay as it
decreased in penumbral area. All other regions were little changed and
stable. No Earth-directed coronal mass ejections (CME) were observed in
available SOHO/LASCO imagery during the period.

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