Viewing archive of Wednesday, 14 September 2005

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxCM

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
0808 C3.8 04:14 04:19 04:25
0808 C5.2 06:56 07:03 07:08
- C2.2 08:59 09:04 09:08
- M4.6 10:05 10:38 10:54
- C3.4 12:47 12:57 13:01
- B8.3 15:44 15:49 15:54
- B6.9 19:10 19:13 19:16
0808 C4.4 19:22 19:27 19:34
0808 C4.3 20:37 21:18 21:32
0808 C5.8 22:47 23:12 23:22
0808 C3.7 23:38 23:42 23:46
Current data suggest that it is not possible to see aurora now at middle latitudes
Current data suggest that it is not possible to see aurora now at middle latitudes

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Auroral activity Minor Severe
High latitude 30% 45%
Middle latitude 20% 5%
Predicted Kp max 4
Solar activity
M-class solar flare 1%
X-class solar flare 1%
Moon phase
Waxing Crescent


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