ANOTHER X-FLARE: Earth-orbiting satellites have detected another strong flare from sunspot 1283. The X1.8 category blast occured at 2238 UT on Sept. 7th.
SOLAR RADIO BURSTS: This week’s sharp increase in solar activity has turned the sun into a radio transmitter. Bursts of shortwave static are coming from the unstable magnetic canopy of sunspot 1283.
This is the third significant flare from sunspot 1283 since Sept. 6th. All three eruptions propelled CMEs in the general direction of Earth. Glancing blows from the three clouds will commence sometime on Sept. 9th and continue through Sept. 11th, possibly sparking minor geomagnetic storms.
Targeting Coronal Hole(CH475) in the northern hemisphere which could produce a significant earthquake possibly 8+ in magnitude. Time frame Sep 9-11
First region is plotted to 9-17° North Latitude
Possible regions that could be at risk for a significant earthquake are: El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Andaman Islands, Guam or Mariana Islands.
Southern Hemisphere watch for a possible 5.8-6.3 Magnitude earthquake. Areas targeted with coronal hole symmetry are : Ascension Islands Region, South mid Atlantic Ridge, Samoa or Tonga.
Papua Indonesia or New Britain Region Papua New Guinea could be at risk for a 5.5-5.9 magnitude earthquake based on deep event felt in the Kermadec Islands Sep 7th.
OLR anomaly show significant radiation signatures in Bonin Islands, Izu Islands, Gulf Of Mexico extending through to Guatemala and Honduras.
Ionospheric Anomalies are showing North of India and south western Indonesia and an unusual signature towards Samoa Region.