Viewing archive of Tuesday, 5 May 2015

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCMX
991B8.41841

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
2335 C2.1 02:18 02:33 02:39
- C2.5 03:00 03:03 03:05
2335 C1.5 03:26 03:30 03:33
2338 C5.1 03:51 04:03 04:08
2339 C2.6 04:38 04:47 04:52
2339 C2.6 05:02 05:06 05:09
2335 C2.6 06:56 07:11 07:25
2339 C4.3 07:57 08:02 08:05
- C3.7 08:20 08:37 08:46
2339 C3.7 09:11 09:20 09:30
2339 M1.9 09:42 09:47 09:51
2335 C6.6 11:20 11:29 11:43
- C3.6 11:55 11:58 12:00
2339 M1.2 13:45 13:53 13:56
2335 M1.3 14:19 14:25 14:32
2335 C1.5 16:31 16:38 16:44
2335 C1.9 17:04 17:08 17:10
2335 M2.6 17:12 17:24 17:30
2335 C1.3 18:38 18:41 18:43
- C1.9 20:53 20:56 21:02
2335 C1.7 21:12 21:16 21:21
2339 C2.5 21:33 21:43 21:53
2339 X2.7 22:05 22:11 22:15

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Current data suggest that it is not possible to see aurora now at middle latitudes
The strength of the interplanetary magnetic field is moderate (10.3nT), the direction is North (5.97nT).

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