A weak shock passage was detected by DSCOVR around 05:43 UTC this morning. This is likely the filament coronal mass ejection from 5 November that is now passing our planet. As expected by us, it is only a minor glancing blow and geomagnetic storming is not expected at this time. Kp values up to 4 are possible with the current conditions.
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