The X9.3 coronal mass ejection has arrived at Earth and boy does it pack a punch! While the M5.5 coronal mass ejection turned out to be a huge dissapointment, the X9.3 coronal mass ejection is much stronger than expected and we are seeing some of the strongest geomagnetic storming of the current solar cycle.
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|Last geomagnetic storm||2023/11/25||Kp6 (G2)|
|Last spotless day||2022/06/08|
|Monthly mean Sunspot Number|
|October 2023||99.4 -34.2|