Viewing archive of Tuesday, 29 November 2016

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM
431B1.642

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
- B9.3 01:50 01:55 01:58
2615 B5.9 03:33 03:40 03:44
2615 B5.5 05:40 05:45 05:48
2615 C7.5 07:03 07:10 07:12
2615 B3.8 09:53 09:57 10:02
2615 B5.4 10:08 10:14 10:24
2615 C2.6 12:05 12:13 12:34
2615 B7.8 15:47 15:56 16:06
2615 B7.5 16:18 16:23 16:33
2615 C1.1 16:36 16:41 16:48
2615 M1.0 17:19 17:23 17:26
2615 B5.9 18:58 19:01 19:03
2615 B3.5 20:49 20:54 21:04
2615 B4.4 22:34 22:44 22:51
2615 C1.9 22:57 23:17 23:26
2615 M1.2 23:29 23:38 23:40

<< Go to daily overview page

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

Latest news

Today's space weather

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
Moon phase
New Moon

Support SpaceWeatherLive.com!

A lot of people come to SpaceWeatherLive to follow the Sun's activity or if there is aurora to be seen, but with more traffic comes higher server costs. Consider a donation if you enjoy SpaceWeatherLive so we can keep the website online!

16%

Get instant alerts!

Space weather facts

Last X-flare:2015/05/05X2.7
Last M-flare:2016/11/29M1.2
Last geomagnetic storm:2017/03/22Kp5 (G1)
Number of spotless days in 2017:27
Last spotless day:2017/03/20

This day in history*

Solar flares
11998M2.4
22001M2.2
32000M1.0
42000C9.6
52000C8.9
ApG
1200836G1
2200127G2
3200325G1
4200422G1
5201320G1
*since 1994