I don't think the filesystem error in the first chkdsk (ssd) log caused the Automatic repair - the file repaired by Chkdsk was not a system file.
More likely is this partial boot:
I also remember last night I turned the mains on/off switch to the PC on and off quickly since I turned it on by mistake and that may have affected the following power up in some way.
Windows 10 is fairly good at self healing - I've learned to let it do what it needs to do, take a look at the logs and event viewer to try adn figure out what happened, but often I just accept that Windows knows more about Windows than I do. If the symptom becomes chronic, then I dig deeper.
If your machine repeatedly goes into Automatic repair, then you might have reason to be concerned.
It shouldn't be necessary to run chkdsk on a SSD, but sometimes it does clean up a file system error. Chkdsk is more important on a HDD where physical bad spots develop.
Could you post one more screen shot - your machine has a GPT disk and I'd like to see what diskpart shows. I was helping another member and their disk schema looked a bit off. I don't have a machine with UEFI/GPT to compare against.
If you would ...
Command Prompt (Admin)
sel dis 0
Post a screen shot for me - thanks