Viewing archive of Wednesday, 12 October 2011

Sunspot numberNew regionsBackground fluxC
149 362B4.011

Solar flares

Region Start Maximum End
1314 C4.4 06:12 06:18 06:23
1314 C1.4 07:42 07:57 08:11
1316 C1.7 09:46 09:51 09:55
1314 C1.7 10:33 10:40 10:48
1319 C5.3 11:30 11:37 11:44
1319 C4.3 14:13 14:20 14:32
1314 C1.1 15:18 15:22 15:24
1319 C1.3 16:27 16:31 16:35
1319 C2.7 16:37 16:44 16:51
1319 B7.5 18:25 18:30 18:37
1319 C1.0 18:39 18:46 18:52
1314 C1.4 19:43 19:50 20:04
1315 B6.4 21:58 22:02 22:07

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Current data suggest that it is not possible to see aurora now at middle latitudes
The strength of the interplanetary magnetic field is moderate (19.98nT), the direction is North (1.08nT).

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