Viewing archive of Tuesday, 11 January 2000

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
1484B7.481

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
8824 C9.4 01:06 01:16 01:28
- M1.5 04:13 04:24 04:38
8824 C1.3 09:42 09:54 10:24
8824 C1.4 15:13 15:17 15:22
8824 C1.5 18:12 18:18 18:26
8824 C2.4 19:21 19:31 19:44
8824 C2.8 20:40 20:48 20:54
8824 C1.9 21:01 21:05 21:08
8829 C7.5 21:43 21:50 21:57

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Current data suggest that it is not possible to see aurora now at middle latitudes
G2 - Moderate geomagnetic storm
Observed Kp: 6-
The solar wind speed is currently moderately high (639.4 km/sec.)
The direction of the interplanetary magnetic field is slightly South (-7.34nT).
The maximum X-ray flux of the past two hours is:
C5.18

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Auroral activity Minor Severe
High latitude 20% 30%
Middle latitude 25% 10%
Predicted Kp max 5
Solar activity
M-class solar flare 1%
X-class solar flare 1%
C1.6
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