Apparently it is shooting off solar flares like mad. And just yesterday, they detected an X28 blast that saturated satellite sensors designed to detect x-rays for 11 minutes straight. The X28 blast from one of the sunspots was the highest recorded blast since measurements have been taken with satellite observation systems. The sunspots that are most active are now heading towards the other side of the sun but will be reaimed back at Earth within approximately 2 weeks. If that X28 blast had been aimed directly at Earth, there probably would have been major satellite malfunctions, power grid blackouts and one hell of an aurora borealis light show visible at the equator. What's next?