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This Space Weather News forecast sponsored in part by Millersville University: https://www.millersville.edu/swen

All eyes are on the Sun this week as there are so many changes afoot.

First, that massive filament we have been watching rotating through the Earth-strike zone has erupted!

Early indications are that it has launched at least a partially-Earth-directed solar storm (we are already seeing an eruption signature in coronagraphs) so we might have a storm heading our way. (I will be sure to update my community on Patreon with the details).

In addition to this filament, we have multiple new bright regions rotating into Earth view that are not only boosting solar flux, but are also solar storm producers, and possibly even big flare players!

Learn the details of the massive filament in the strike zone, watch the new regions rotate into view, and find out how these will affect both GPS reception and amateur radio this week.

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