A strong M5.0 solar flare occurred in Active Region 1745 and was accompanied by a bright, partially earth-directed CME and a strong S3 class space radiation storm. Solar wind data is not reliable due to the space radiation storm. Read our update in the forum! More info
Real-time solar images
On this page you'll find an overview of the most recent solar images from the SDO, STEREO and PROBA 2 spacecraft. The active regions are shown on the images, no text will be shown if there are no regions on the sun
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LASCO C2 difference
LASCO C3 difference
Courtesy of SDO (NASA) and the [AIA, EVE, and/or HMI] consortium; STEREO, LASCO and PROBA
There are currently, on the basis of the current data, no chances to see an aurora display on the Middle latitudes
In the past two hours there was a small solar flare with a class of:
S2 Space radiation storm
At the moment there is a moderate S2 class space radiation storm active. This happens about 25 times in one solar cycle.
High latitude (68% chance)
Middle latitude (0% chance)
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|Strong S3 class Space radiation storm - This happens around ten times in a solar cycle
|Moderate S2 Space radiation storm - This happens around 25 times in a solar cycle
|Moderately strong M1.77 solar flare