Possible big solar flares in the next days?

A pair of large sunspots has rotated into view over the sun's eastern limb. The two dark cores, collectively known as AR1654, are 4 times bigger than Earth.

NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory took this picture of the twins during the early hours of Jan. 10th

The two sunspots  are presently crackling with low-level C-flares. Much stronger eruptions are possible.

What are Solar Flares?  See the video

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