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MM#009 Default HESSI Target



Dear RHESSI Collaborators,

Solar activity is at low levels. The largest event since the last
message was a C1.1 flare at 13:31 UT on May 26 produced
by NOAA 12548. 12548 was also the source of a few B-class
events, including a B9.3 flare on May 25. Today the target will
switch to 12548 that has a D-type/beta magnetic configuration.
Yesterday's target NOAA 12546 also produced a C1.0 flare on
May 26, but it is now nearly rotated over the visible solar disk.
Further low-level C-class activities are likely in the next 24 hours.

The position of NOAA 12548 on May 26 at 14:17 UT is:

N13W30 (462", 231")

See http://www.SolarMonitor.org for images and
http://solar.physics.montana.edu/max_millennium/ops/observing.shtml
for a description of the current Max Millennium Observing Plan.

Regards,

Ying Li (Nanjing University / Montana State University)