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Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Solar Activity Update

Still some activity that will affect Earth.    Our magnetosphere has taken a pounding this month!


Update from SpaceWeather.com


STRONG FLARE, INCOMING CME: Departing sunspot AR1429 unleashed another strong flare on March 13th, an M7-class eruption that peaked around 1741 UT. Although the sunspot is no longer directly facing Earth, the blast will affect our planet. Analysts at the Goddard Space Weather Lab say a CME is en route to Earth, and its impact on March 15th at 06:20 UT (+/- 7 hours) could trigger minor to moderate geomagnetic storms.  




Solar wind
speed: 495.2 km/sec
density: 0.1 protons/cm3
Updated: Today at 2346 UT

X-ray Solar Flares
6-hr max: C1 
1853 UT Mar14 
24-hr: M2 
1521 UT Mar14 
Updated: Today at: 2300 UT 





SPACE WEATHERNOAA Forecasts
Updated at: 2012 Mar 14 2200 UTC
FLARE
0-24 hr
24-48 hr
CLASS M
70 %
40 %
CLASS X
20 %
05 %


3-day GOES X-ray Plot

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John said...

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The most educating one i have read today!




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