Solar flare activity continues this morning off the farside of the sun. A pair of moderate to strong solar flares took place simultaneously and the bright flashes were captured by the STEREO Ahead space craft. One of these blasts was observed around old region 1986 which is still 11 days away from returning into Earth view. The larger of the two events was centered around a new active region, the same region that produced a strong farsided event on Wednesday. This likely sunspot will come into view off the east limb by the middle of next week.