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helios

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  1. helios

    Sunspot region at an extremly high latitude?

    SC22 seems to have had a particularly high latitude region https://solarscience.msfc.nasa.gov/images/bfly.gif
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    Solar wind temperature graph

    Cool! (no pun intended) Thanks a lot! One suggestion: It might help the readability if the unit for the mouseover was kilo-Kelvin, or a scientific notation instead of the full 5-6-digit number. And a comment: Years ago I made diagrams for my personal use from the ACE-Satellite whose data is now intermittent: I've preferred a linear Y-axis, but maybe just because I'm used to it. NOAA-SWPC seem to use a logarithmic Y-axis for their diagram.
  3. Hi, It would be nice if the website would also show solar wind temperature, as it helps to identify CH influence. Maybe an additional diagram on the "longer timespan" page https://www.spaceweatherlive.com/en/auroral-activity/real-time-auroral-activity Cheers and thanks for your excellent service.
  4. helios

    Who appreciates this "Solar Quiet" the most?

    There is still a lot of geomagnetic activity during minima. Fewer related to CMEs, but more from coronal holes, which are more prominent during minimum.
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