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Quiet conditions

All is calm on our nearest star and the same can be said about the geomagnetic conditions here at Earth. The M7.3 solar flare that occurred on 2 October was the last event really worth mentioning on the Sun. Also at Earth we are seeing nothing but quiet geomagnetic conditions. We have seen no geomagnetic instability for over three days now: the Kp-index has not been above Kp3 since the coronal hole streams passed Earth.

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