What a show! The M1.7 coronal mass ejection arrived ahead of schedule yesterday (3 November) around 19:30 UTC. That is faster than pretty much every forecast that was out there! She must have had a clear run trough space as the cloud impacted our planet with an average speed of about 700km/s.
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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|