(TheWeatherSpace.com) -- A sunspot by the name of 1283; which caused the solar storms lasting through the weekend, is rotating out of view and away from Earth right now just a another one gets ready to face us.

Sunspot 1289 has a beta field, according to NOAA. The beta field is not a beta-gamma or beta-gamma-delta yet, but it will have the potential over the next couple of days to do just that.
Sunspot 1289 will directly face our planet within the next two days. Skywatchers with filters can view the Sun right now and see the sunspot, which is enormous in size.

Sunspot 1283 produced aurora from Northern Europe through the Northern part of the United States Friday through the weekend.

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