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"High" Solar Wind Density



Im wondering why the Density of the Solar Wind today is relatively "High" with constant +10 ?

I didnt hear about any Coronal Hole thats expected to impact us today nor a CME

Usually, the density is about 1-5.

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10-20 p/cm³ is considered a normal density.
Coronal hole streams go along with low density (<10p/cm³)

>20p/cm³: moderate density
>40p/cm³: high density
>60p/cm³: very high density


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