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C3.1
G1

2

C5.1
Kp3+

3

C1.3
Kp3+

4

C2.0
Kp4-

5

C2.4
Kp4

6

C5.8
Kp4+

7

C5.6
Kp3+

8

C6.0
Kp2+

9

C3.2
Kp2-

10

M3.3
Kp3

11

M1.5
G1

12

M2.8
Kp4-

13

C5.5
Kp3

14

C6.3
Kp3

15

C4.0
Kp2

16

C2.9
Kp2

17

C7.1
Kp1+

18

M3.9
Kp1+

19

C2.4
Kp3

20

C4.1
Kp4-

21

M1.4
Kp1-

22

M1.0
G1

23

G2

24

C5.3
Kp4

25

C6.8
Kp3-

26

C1.1
Kp3

27

B6.3
Kp4+

28

C4.7
G1

29

B7.8
G1

30

C2.2
Kp4-

31

C1.7
Kp3+
      
Current data suggest that it is not possible to see aurora now at middle latitudes
The strength of the interplanetary magnetic field is moderate (10.02nT), the direction is slightly South (-8.66nT).

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